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VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINQ. FEBRUARY 37, 1863. 



NUMBER 1. 



% ©aliftraia fatntrt. 

ABD JOVHHAL OF OSSFVL SCIENCES. 
00LOMEL WAHHSH, Editor. 



I Tnll .— Bj malt, for one ymr, |1 J far da month!, . 50. Fo. 
lolobof nvo new rabKribtn,« ililli copy wul bo »cni (raHi 
To City ab^crttcn, delivered by carrlor, la*.* cent* a number. 






(invention Wontocl for Cnttiog np Grapo 
|0sk of the heavy Items of erponse in the cultivn- 



nre tbil opens 
up tnue trrJaaiii 



i tbn 



Mir.] 



,J< /». 



idouder. Thi 
ad also onricl 
light nnd porous. Now trht 
(he genius that will briDg not such an inyen 
lion ? Ho eball have a bounlj that will da bin 



Tho Demnncl fot Seeds. 



i spare 54, I nil 
aned farm log, a 






learn nil I can. 
I sco you havo come seeds for distribution, 
in will please scud mo some, and especially I 
iceo or a good kind, 1 trill be yonr obliged so 

Mo,', rcsp'y, A. McD . 



(Vs. 



s plea 






,mply with the request of the writer ; bo will 
ic tho seeds by moil, and wo desire that oot 
Ibis writer, bill all of tbo many others to 
a we huvo lent seeds, will not fall to plant 
enro, correctly label and mark each voriely, 
b their growth, and faithfully repcrt results 
• and we hope that not only this correspon- 
butall,wbn cultivate tbo soil, will lend as 
Barnes, Si, and become readers of tho PiEJt- 
Ko one engaged in forming, can do without 
saay valuable bints and suggestions contain- 
on agricultural paper, and aot suffer a loss 






n the. 



augunge of our corrtepond- 
llbey "will letira" and got "a great deal of In- 
action" from tbe Fib Kir — especially now, when 
ir market demand a diversity 
nnyure entirely now to our 
rd to which it has been on; 
all tbo reliable tnfonnotioo 



rnis can only bo dono by a otvsa- 
' of our toil trill bo rendered avnil- 



A Fnvorsblo Season, I 



'egnlnrlv, and ibcbrighlst 
I pleasant that tho "seed 
at boih rtfult U good lo , 



pa* considerable time pos t nf bnve becu dii- 
UV"in R ■ ,e,l, and Paient Ode- Reports, and n ( 
[opath'firn^ill l,e eaierully planted and cared 
>r, Jod the I,,,, carefully perused, and as Ibo re- 




Wine Making— Drawing off tho Wina.V 

Stnifi Vim. Pec, 21, ISS1 
Ei.iT.ic F.icjiEi: : Tbo moment is now comloj 
when tbo wines or our last vintage sbonld bi 
drawn off from their barrels and put lolo fresh 
casks. It 1b this reflection that causes mo t< 
dress yonr paper theso lioes — the FtBWBR. being. 
In my opinion, the staunch nod best friend of our 
Wine-makers. This letter is intended for those 
who ate beglouers and are ignorant of the nnmer- 
onl bntiimple operations of wloc-mnking. Should 
it contain anything that is not clear and compre- 
hensive, I will be most happy to remedy the fault, 
either through your valuable and popular columns, 
or by personal correspondence. 

The emct moment when lo draw off, can only 
be determined by Ibc persoo in care of the wine. 
Some precocious wines may and must be drawn 
oh" a month or sli weeks after having been made ; 

as soon as yoa recognize by the taste that Ibc fcr- 

that it is clear. Go sure to understand by clear, I 
do oot mean transparent or brilliant, for these are 



nlj obi 



Itlng, a 



Daily 



1 yot 



if the hoops 



of candle attached to a piece of wire, which yon 
pass through the bungbolc. Sbonld the cask be 
moldy, mnsly, or rollen, refuse it Ira mediately, for 
the use of such barrels is Euro destructioo to tbo 
wino. ir, on the contrary, tbe cask inside is not 
suspicious looking, place your mouth near and 
breathe hard into tho bungbole-j inbalo Ibo air 



cask should next be wnshedo 
!Sl way for doing it is to slip 

cw moments in all direction, 

iningoffis clear. This don 



tire, rinso ool tho cask with <m 
e it on the stocks where il is (a 
.in. These slocks ought mbsi 



The pressi 



i, If the si 



u oftener three men. 

kens the bends of tbe 
cask, which nro already its weakest ports. With 

port is near tho center and divides the pressure 
almost equally on both sides of tho two support- 
ing points. * 

you proceed to rock off from its loss. This may 
bo done by a siphon, but a faucet Is always prof. 
; in lb, 



siphon 



Was 



no creases. Sec 1 that yonr bung is in light, so as 
tho surfsee of tho wine while you arc piaffing your 



wioo, then take oat tbo fuucclbalo-jlopper, and 
substitute the faucet. This ougbl In bo dono in a 
slow, qulot troy, with coobdence in yourself, and 
not a drop will bo lost. If it is conduelcd with 
precipitation nnd hesitation, there will always be 
much spilled. Shove lo tho faucet with tho palm 
of yonyhood, and never drive itin with a mullet 
"ig np tho finings. 



Yon had t 



t is 






c fan 
s will ■ 



,nd r, 



splashing. Now take out the hong, Hud ; 
prepared to draw off. Tho best buckets 
bnve seen in Cnllfornlo for drawing off wli 
those ordinary wooden buckets, in the for 
Jug, having an Iron rim oo'top, and their I 
on tbe side, With these yoo enn draw off 

much leu lossof wine and time. The thln| 
simple ns It is easy to do. When the first I 
is getting lo be filled, place under its rim, II 

hund, Iben quietly substitute Ihe empty I 
Tor tho full one, holding the rim always 
place. The least attention and practice will 
any one quite eipert, Tbl. method has i 



be rnentiooed. You carry Ihe wine to tho cask 
lolcnded for it and pour it in by meant of a fun- 
nel, either wood or tin, tho former being In my 



This e 




hod 


r...:.ki[ 


j nil lb 


Wioo as 


s practiced in 


1 we! 


regain 


ed wine 


van its i 


Europe. I not 


ooly 


have lo 




tbnt afte 


washing your 


casks 




err Ins 


drop of 


voter drip out, o 




Ciolly w 




Intend tl 


cm for old wines 




sllghte 


I qnan 


lity of w 


slerwlllbeapttorendo 


sneb n 


ilky and 


destroy 




e for 


tho tim 


o being 




y bo surprised that I do 


not nil 




tbnn an 


neb of surphurc 


OS U1D 


eh; my 


reasons 


arc, tbn 


it destroys th 


t beautiful go 


den buo 


which w 
etc., nnd 


"ver^t'toba 


Bhlne- 
o a d 


ssgreea 


"to 


and odor 


when too much 


tied. 


[ is for 


hie Int 


tor reaso 


that I hare th 


cask 


rinsed 


ot nrtc 




lie sulphurous mnlcb. 


nso th 


match 


not lo gl 


o any pceulinr q 
nt the fool air th 


nllty t- 


os."'™ 


atuod in 




If tho match w 


11 not 




e hnrre 


though . 


"'•". » beginnin 


tone 


uiroa 


ad /flirt 


Hoplno 


to bare mode m 


self u 


eful (o 


my fcl- 


low trine 


makers, I remai 


sir, tf 


ily yonr 





how they sboul 
when by neglec 



A. If . 



Letter from an Eminem fruit Qrower. 
1st former nnmfaers of the Failkhb wo barn copied, 

on fruit growing, priocipnlly on tho grape, by Dr. 
0, W- Grant, proprietor of tho loan Nnrseri 
Westchester county, K. Y., who is a practi 

celled, nccompuoyiog a donation or rare nnd i 
unble vines, n letter from Dr. Grant, which, thoi 
highly complimentary to us, wo must ask his p 



and Ei 



ivill endeavor 



Ls roller 



Knrron FanirEE: I bavo for some woo ks regu- 
larly received the CiLiroas-iA FanjiiB, and End it 
tery Interesting, and porticulnrly so in ralnllnn lo 
fruits, for it gives me n clearer Idea of what la be- 
ing done nt the "West" in fruit- growing, nod noio 
It it is done, tbnn I bnve been able to obtain from 
correspondence nnd from personal interview witb 

Tbe great interest which centers In tho cullivn- 
tlao of the vino is woll represented In your pnper, 
and 1 Infer from that, and from other sources of 
information, that California mnst, at no very dls- 

try. 

It would be nowise to attempt to form an opin- 
ion from samples or wino thnt bavo been sent to 
Sew York— both for trial and ror solo, because 
wiuc-mnkiog is ou nrt thai requires, In tho first 
place, knowledge of what constitutes really good 
wloe, and In tbo secood, corerul observation and 
painstaking for the mnuagctnoot of all that per- 
tains to It, from tbo cboosiog the Tines, and plant- 
ing tbem, totho fiolshing of tho wino at Its ma- 
ture slago far market. 

With us tbo choice is limited to a row kinds, 
but tboso ore of great cicollence nnd not surpnss- 
edhy the best European varieties, while they will 
greatly surpass thorn in productiveness. 

All thnt need bo said oo that subject, you will 
finoio mj Illustrated Calalogne, and more fully 
on the corcr Of Landmnrki, No. 2. 

In the Catalogue, wo fully described tho troo 
method of planting, which Is as npplicnblo lo the 
wants of tbo Tine in Calirorolo, os here, and the 
some may be said of tho theory sod pracllco of 
training, llony of tbe best pious of training you 
will find described and clearly represented In the 
Catalogae by the bost engravings over made for 
the purpose, and iu Landmarks I bavo aimed to 

has ever been dono In any publication. In two 
more numbers I propose to bring that part of the 
subject of grope Enlturo lo a close, when all of 
the best eystomt that ore In use will have been 
Mly elucidated by mtnutu descrlptloo and ongra- 
rings, taken chiefly 'rom tho living ilnea, for the 
Landmarks— all «f ibtm nro practical nnd have 
been wrought out in my own hands. 

All of this long introduction Is prefatory lo nsk- 
log a. favor of yon, While I om writing, a small 
package of lino vines Is being put up to bo sent lo 
yonr address, and with thorn will go an earnest 
desire that they may be useful to yourselves and 
to Onlifornlons, by showing what the true hinds 
for cultivation are, which they cannot do eicept 
under proper management. This, 1 four, they Trill 
not have, unless they fall Into tbe hands of some 
ooo who will read tbe articles noted, and also tho 
one on wloe, with something of the earnest spirit 

Few can find the full measure or oojoymoot In 
the cultivation of fruit, that 1 bavo dune fnr half a 
contnry— and especially lu tho cultivation of tho 
vino ; but all who will giro the subject their ear- 



D. Village, Onynbogn, Clara, and Rebecca, a 
not wine grapes,- oil of tho others aro cicolle' 
for this purpose. 

I am just recovering from a severe illness, ' 
there might be no end to my lettor. Allow mo 

ngcuicnt, nod spirit, of tho kind, that comes in' 
my bands. Yours, truly, C. W. Gn.sr. 

(Tollowihq is a list of tho vines so kindly aei 

now duo, and which, wo asxurc tbe dooor, shn 

Delaware— singlo oyo; Edinburgh — single oy< 
Lincoln ; Herhomunl ; Diana ; Allen's Hybrid 
D, Yillago ; Cnyabogn; Maiatanny ; Alvey ; At 
Pauline) Clara; Rebecca. 



Otuiinsf — Hero is further ovld. 



Strcn 



o tbe < 



lounly. Tho Gazette says tbo taste was plei 
although (boy boloogcd to the thick-sklnn 
;ty. These oranges ere no bot-houso grow! 
into been wholly raised in tbo opon air, wl 

chnrd of Dr. Slrenticl if ooly o cooplo of mi 
tho Straits of Uarquloes, witb Its cool ci 



Pitrst Ones.— A patent has been issued t 
dv. A. Jlycrs of Springfield, Ohio, Tor makin 

cntnlion. The wine produced has, when tw 
:nrs old, tbe flavor or nice lladelra, and is 
ire, Invigorating, and slightly enbHurutlog bet 
age. It possesses tbe slightly acid quality chat 
iterJitlo of all tho products of sorghum, and he 

irrent that a gentleman from Iowa hod obtaioe 
patcot for the same invention, but tbe nppllca 
.lion of Mr. lly, ' 



This 



tllj at 



n phi 



Ifgrlcollurel prod nets. -j^Ei. 



ipon tho public domain witb n rlow to lake nd- 
iBotago of tho pre-emption law, have a right to 
heir sections under the Homestead Act. In pro c- 
Ico a man may get a form or 3'JO acres by buying 
| land warrant for IflO acres, and adding to that a 
iccfion under the Homestead Act. 

T'deVes.hoo Oil Reotox.-Tho value of\ho oil 



tho most remarkahlo ever seen In Belgium. .Then 

reprising 8,000 varieties. K required Q.OOt 
lo hold this Immense quantity of fruit. The 
Belgium gardeners produced tho Goest pears, Iht 
Gnrmnns tbe finest apples, and tbe French t)„ 



is with Your. Mmls.— Uany men bov 
ra.iilv.es of dyspepsia by not driokln. 






. Try this, dys- 
istteaiod and en- 



V 



Absorbing power cf Ihe Human Bkin. 
.. Murray Thomson, lecturer on chemistry 
inburgb Scbnol of Medicine, relates son 



; and further, to ascertain whether certain 
.nets applied In the form of ointnJenU, etc., 
arough the skin and reach tho blood before 
rodnceany beneficial efTec,!. His eonclaslons 



ragge rated, b> 



oof si 



it tbe i 






ceptbn 



loko place; and, iu 

ipplied eeom to be absorbed and others not." Jfcr- 
:uryis absorbed by the skin, botDr.Thomsoo'sei- 

if potassium, which is in very common usebydoc- 
.ors, is not absorbed, and Its applications may bo 

n 1820, upon two ohit3- 

ig symptoms. Tho eld- 
bis face red and swollen, 
mated and bewildered, 
headache, 
nt cholic, 

o to sieep, ema « tomato unsuccessrnl al- 
ts to vomit; subsequently sudden vomiting 
fery abundant nlvino evacuations, after which 
faintness, indifference to everylhing, and 
only a few minutes nt a time. Tho younger, 
years of age, wng even mora .violently nt- 
id. Having understood that they hod eaten 
receding doy ooly a piece of old mol.ly rye 
I, Dr. Westerhoff preectibed a doroolceol 



ague dry, pulse feebli 
ddiaess, uuoitingalshabln thi 




Tho Manufacture of American Iron Pistes. 
sib iron plates which are employed in Ibo cot 
motion of tho turrets and ibo hnlls of IbeMon 





in thickness. The Bnltlmnro Amoricnn states that 


paper (tbe Hnwkeyej, notice of tho reception of 


most of these ore manufactured by Messrs. Ab- 






corn-hoiks; also a specimen or woven cloth Tram 




Ibo same material, with these remorks - The paper 


ment, and the machinery is driven by slcim power. 


Is or several kinds, from thin and light lo thick 


In tho manarneturo of thoso plates, Maryluodpud- 
dled iron is used, and Is first piled lo Taggott 






weighing a tun each. Those aro raised to a white 


turo, bat if tbnt is not grenlly disproportionate to 


heat, and each then rolled into a plato forty inches 


s b bou^d 8 l u ppo l s b e^^lu] a d e b^ u Vp^ tabl"1;u^%eH 


wide, nine feet long, and one inch thick, weighing 


about 1,750 pounds. After being cooled it is 




beaten flat with great wooden mallets. Tho edges 


Iboy aro ton transparent for print. Bot we eop- 


are trimmed witb huge shears, and whenfioished the 


plato weighs about l,30u pounds. It lakes twenty 




of these nine-foot plates, varylog in width from 


Tua Hohsiltsao Act.— A Washington corrcs- 




turret. Plates four feet square, for tho armor of 


noir engaged la corresponding with persons who 


the hulls of vessels, ore also manufactured in the 




same establishment. 


of the Homestead Act. It is thnngbt thnt largo 
numbers of persoos lo tho Weal will avail there- 




Smi Ilmo since, in oleariog out tbe remains of 



aapel in Warwickshire, England, several 
)f the Countesses and Sir Johns, wore 
blob wore burled more than 200 years 
"go. Ttjc coffin which contained tbo bndy of 
■dy Audrey Ulgh, bnrled ia 1640, wos opened, 
d the body ronnd perfectly embalmed, and in 
tire preservation, her flesh quite plump, as If 
o were alive, her face very beautiful, her hands, 
coedirgly small, and not wasted; shu was, 
csscd in fine linen, trimmed all over with old' 
mi laco, and two. rows of lace were laid flat 
on her forehead. Sho looked oiactly as if she 



e lyine 



■:■-!: i.i 



. seamed not 
s old; herl 






.MUty -v 



i very, 



7"' 



.tall fallen 



RiCLAtuoro Saon Linos— Tho Ttockoo Water 
ftitch Company, which obtained o charter at the 
ast session of the Nevada Legislature, to bring In 
later from tho Truokeo river lo Wosboo Yalley, 
or ibo purpose of propelling machinery, floating 
nraber, Irrigating land, etc., have tnken up aboul 
near the Big 



Jleudows, which tbey li 
walor from their dltoh,f 



Kew CoiTBtt Disonrhnv. — Wo learn from n pri- 
ilo letter, that a copper lead of great value has 

en found near the ilebaster rave. _\ sbufi slink 
ily a few feet, when S2,U0u was termed for nu- 

'ffthotii. Rich, indeed I Now don't all run 

1 We sbanl g.t a obnuco to stake off uur claim. 
Well, neighbor Wilson, dn It fur us. 



V 



Cotton In Missouri. 



V 



Fob tbo last five or six years cotlon has beep suc- 
cessfully raised in Miss uori, with ordinary eolti- 
Tplion.; ^ajytj-lbfibpiiiiK wanton I ly ul1 ™ nDt 
kV.uj«f-(ha'J*j[jnoil(jof JuiulliT*. Owing to 
the 'richness nnd'pEcaliarlLJ- of tbi> soil, nnd I may 
.■naflcJinHntJfttdlnliaosphiTejU.beiitoUbnlcot- 
'. t'o'n rL.yWrr.'ijj.iVr.K-iii raiilt -SjV-dl Italian than 
innnyoiherscYtionof the country. Cullirating 
too much will make il grow too Bui, thereby pro- 
ducing stalks from shoots and branches, lessening 
(be quantity and qonlliy of bolla, procrnstinaliug 



THE OA.LI FORNIA FABMEB 



amount uf laud In ;■■ 
raising Is In Hi infan 
Improve to quantity 
ricneo, Inasmuch a 
mode or cultivation 

it the proBls hen 



Ibe yield la si 
The moil a 
in Ibis socllo 
load early, ai 
April, wllb a 



soil lo the ci 



.ofar 



"by, 



arly fro! 



" cultivating cotton 
is, to prepare your 
1st to the loth of 



oplnv 



five feet opart. After this 
what In form like Ibe old-fashioned shov 
(with one horse) is nsed ; with Ibis open I 
tcr of tbo ridges, it possible, down lo 
broken earth. It is belter to let it remain 
condition, if lime will admit, till there 



oil, like this. 

jrron* made by the wooden pi 



id horse. The trough should b: 
•el long and aboot eight to tec 
constructed that tbe open enc 
. This Is run over tbe ridges 01 
ay the seed Is covered and thi 
of the earth are pulverised am 
about the aeed. Tbe next slei 
break or plow up the lands be 



his soil from thai of any 
mtry. We will now aoe 



Swamp and OveiSowod Lands. 
ava been favored with a copy of tbo Survey- 
or General's Report, from which we select several 
ralnable mailers of sucb general Information a> 
lacded. We call particular attention to thorn 
by those who ore interested: 



; of prodoeiug wbicb will bo as Billot 



Hire for one handfor II 

Hire of work animals,, 

Feed for animals 

Board for hand, at 5* 
Wear and tear ofplom 
Ga the ring SO acres o( 

Total cost of prod 

Showing a profit o 

profit in favor of cotto 



...$160 



By the Ac 
annulling ol 
the duty of 
to nollfy all 



of April "tb, 1 Bui 






I ■-■ r . . 



v.ill ' 



providing for thi 
base, il is inudo 
ic Register of the Stale Laud ( 
urchnsorsof Sloto lands who 
cfused to pay principal or In! 
iat If not paid within 30 day* 
i commenced to ablaio a, dccri 
' bis interest In the land, and U 
cato of purchase; nnditisnlsoi 



that placo from Dec. 2a, 18U1, lo June 13, moJ, 
showing by actual measurement that ihero fell 
during that lime, 79 and ua-lODIhs inches of rain, 
and he estimates that before tbe 23d of December 
there bad fallen abool 30 inches, which would 
give for tbe whole season upwards of B feet or 
rain, a quantity withonl a parallel In tba history 
of observations. 

Prom all the information I hnio been able to 
collect, which is not as full as I had reason lo 






on Id 






the duty of tl 
tbe District A 
lend is silual 



uf snob failure, who (ball coo 
(ion of the books of this office i 



for cor 
I bands i 






I ofb 



. 5" 



gelling lo market S100, ma! 
sum of SS0O. Suppose ibo 2,000 bushel* 
bring In market 60 cents per bushel, it wll 
lo 51,100. Then suppose the same b 
freigbl in cotlon half as many pounds as 



>, 000 bushels of 



should go ! 
drills : in ' 



the cotton needs working, u 
o with the ordinary turning 
cotton, which s 



n it may bi 



t, that It can be n 



low< 



II for the purpose of ri 



ing all 



a the 



phis Is about 
about the earn 
building bos 
itlle River an 
ad safe. Thus 



t least six 



. Francis is bo 
og everything ic 
inducements b( 



o contend against, 
1, easy or cultlvn. 
well adapted to 



a prepared and s 

immediately furnished the office Ibi 
had been made, bat tbat the rci 
taken to tho Auditor for rccor 
:y bad been reported to this 
ee the impropriety, before mc 
Dt method of reporting paymi 



foveuted sending the rci 
ict Attorneys, which w 
i possible. 
The effect ol tho delin 



ton where il is too thick. When the third work- 
ing Is required, a uuc-borse plow is used, throw- 
ing to tbe cotton for the porposo of covering 
small weeds and grass, and give the cotton a 
thrifty growth. The hoes are again brought into 
requisition for tho 



sod. It is 






i its growl' 
Bloppedfcomgrowinginstr. 



should bo kept down. One bnnd, by the mode 

and five in. corn al the same lime, as the pickli 
season does not come on until tbo fall of the yei 
■when the farmer is throagh with bis other wo 



Tba plant is i 
healthy from 



sbaold judge that 
pared with other i 



rs north and south of tl 

■ielJ {while being find 

|,.ilv [.luril-.-'l ,i[]J cillii,, 
kniiii.' Iii.i points almos 



the State Treasury tho present year on ihi 
of State lands, being on School lands alnne 
January 1st lo December 6th, 1863, $51,37! 
of interest, against 525,125 61 far thi 
o of 1861, and S28.401 U Tor tho whuln o 

st on Swamp Lands fur thn year 1B63 wa 



o County Hurveyura, yel Is qi 
havefuund the following romarki 
r circumstances tending to prodi 
'ecembor 0th, 1861, and January 
ontlnulug several weeks later : 
During the latter pari uf the mo 
ad tba first few days of Decern 
uantllles or snow fell : 

temporal 



Hi a factory, 
imblnnlion 
a floods of 



f tho 



ember for 8 yi 
icmbor 1861, being -13°; while tho average ol 
leccmbcr 1B61, reaches the high figures of 60=.9B, 
,nd tbo few daya preceding the flood slill higher, 
is follows : December Tib, B6°,66 ; December Stb, 
I7°.GG ; December Hill, 61".C6. 

On each of theso days n warm rnin was falling, 
vbich rapidly melted tbo largo accumulations of 
mow in tho mountains, and the rivers, already 



i.L'h. r 



S 'Ii'" 



■s of tl 



c 8th of J 
well knm 



of Decembo 
r, wilb the 



Mr. Begnle, as is shown by his report, aisc 
intes that, previous lo the 23d of December, 
inches ol rain bad fallen, and although w 
o positive measurements of each day's dot 
tports which wore received daily from tho 
iorshow thai Ibe weather i 



were falling 
of Dec. 9th. 
lied lis highest 



[■■.mirUil l> 
the arnu 
office m 



tbe Act of April 1st, IBS'? 
e individuals comprising t 
pany," ooo half of all tho i 
eeo Ibo Saa Joaquin rive 



as granted 
;nro Canal 
>nds lying 
ngs' Biver 
of all tbe 



is now mucu uiguv, ,u | 
eslimoto wan mode, *bi 
to tbo profits.] / 



id profit of culliiatlng ihe article aspn 
the Sew York market. In order to ] 
:ts on record, 1 herewith forward a i 
ido and swoin to by a highly rcspcctnl 
rof IneQoecn's County Agricultural 
d lor which a premium has just been 



SiaU 






Ibal on 


bund can 


cultivate 


ten acres of 


and fir 


acres or c 


rn at the 


same lime, no 


band e 






lone, twenty nc 


In lb 


first plan 


tbo nv 


rage yield of 






ds to lb 




One ha 


ad will wo 


(, say tco 


acres, making 


15,0 


u paueds s 


ed-cotto 


, which, al a 



Total pro due 



,1 fool op Ibe cost of produc 
.1 SI pec acre. 



ind the other 
it, sandy loan 



d worked in the i 
:hcs in ibo raw, 



my laklog all the odd sections, Ic 
the State all Ibo even sections of such la> 
ided, said company should reclaim tbe 



oual proviso, that where tbo State b 

of tho add sections, tbe grnnlc 

o allowed to select therefor four tlm 



f Ibo Company has filed in this of- 
electlons, In lien of the 20,660 acres 
State, amounting to 77,920 acres, 
)0i, together with the remaining odd 



eceding the Hood 
1B62, which rem 

ncd all the nnfav 
thn previous mi 
ownfnll of rain 



cipondiug high temper 



first common receptacle, 1 

Sacramento. 

his theory is well borne ont by tbo facts, foi 

be early part of January nearly all tho snon 

ch had accumulated on tbe mountain lopi 

:o tbe December Hood had disappeared, show 

that a high temperature prevailed there a: 




SEED WAREHOUSE. 

(KBTABLMHBD HJ I8U0J 

"W. MOORE, 

IMPOETEB 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 1H 
ALL KINDS OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

....AMD.... 

Ornamental Tree ajid Shrub 
SEEDS, 

SO. IOS CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Snuoiao and Montgomery slreels, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Tin: '■M-e.f '!■'■•' l- I 



3 ESTABLISHED S 



will 1. 



e reports of Mr. Beg 



. by 



almost incredible fall of rnin, before referred t 
llr. Bcgole reports from December lad lo Dcccn 
ber 36th, 7.60 inches of rain; December 30 ■ 
Janunry 0, C.H5 Inches; January, 10, 6,61 inchci 
January II, 5.60 ; being a lutnl of 15.17 inch 
in ID days, or 11.31 Inches in 48 boats, endli 
with January lltb. This includes 10 inches 
snow, which is reduced lo rain, being about equ 



loM! 



; I.. 



falling in ibat 
iry 23d. 
Dr. Logan"! 



For picking c 


otton, a b..if a cent 4 pooo 


1 76 00 


CjUllTHlL.' Il' 
I 

Total ce 










Thus web 


vo as tbe product of ooo 


and, the 


sum or Slot 


being a profit of nearly o 


e hund- 
nd We, 


red per cen 1 


wlih everything to rent 


and selling a 


homo prices. Suppose tbe 


producer 


owned tbo 


and, horses, hands, and e 






farming, nnd eipensesonl 


for wear 








profits nlrav 


the foregoing calculation 7 


Mi "flu. 




would add over twenty per cent. 1 


am satliSed 


too, that there will be an 


improve- 



Yield from April 
hunches, sold i 
Expenses of c 



18 days, al 
iarrowlug, o 
It SI 60 p' 



Freight, one 



1..-I fr-i 



., ,-,| ll. 



n tbo 



amplated by tbo law, would 
nloo to tbe Stale, by rendering highly produc lii 
■go tract, now valueless, nnd furnishing abui 
. facilities for trans portion, and doubtle 
o equally beneficial lo tho enterprising pn 

ae services of skillfull engineers should I 



of country durin 

These curious 
observed, only i i 



y from December 23d tt 

t shows Ibal oa Ibo Bib 'uf 
at Socrnmeolo, .080 inches 
1.400 inches; January 10th, 



ipproacb to wh«b 
which fell II) laches 
In which mootb loll tl 
viow of all Ibo a 



. in tbo fun 

...nh.l^K- 1. 
i-nl..v.,-,l I;, 
,te, that an. 



e facia, the greatest w 
id not oblain a grct 
launary 10, 1862. 
facts, together with 



roirtM— their cbu 


oat seeds grafln.ufnhlch he nlll 


ys bo in recolpl, a 


ad in eedlois variety, Imporlol 


III from Franco a 


ad Enelaud,fromw llkoawn«nl 



JIAS FOR SALE 
AlfalTa or Chile Clover; Hungarian Gra 
jntuckyBlnc-grass; Orchard Gra 
Red-top Grass ; SninToin Gm 

English Eye-grass, Timothy Grass ; 

Red Clover; Wliito Dntrh Clov. 

Crimson Clover, Lucerne, &a. .tc. £c. 

Wilb mnnj- entire new vnrteUe* of G 



EVERY VARIETY OP 
BEET. CABBAGE, CARROT, RADISH, TURNIP, 

CrrHMIlER. MEf.dNS, |,];tt|-('K iiVIONS, 

TO^IATU, EA1LI.V AMI LATE l'E\S 

BEAKS, So,, 4c., ftc 

Tobacco Seed. 



COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's Island. 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 Yarletlei). 

BULBS: 

I.. Il.tr>;, TUI.IPS, HYACISTHR 



.ad in nndlea 



illonjduriog Ibe Hoods, I caused an es> 

astcrtaln their origin. They were 
ho an aggrcgatiun of strong fibrous 

1 roots, wbicb bad overgrown slougbs 
lakes, which frequently occur In Ihe 

intil Biidiciently bonyanl and stroog to 



this mass of grass and roofs rested upon, trillion 
ndbcriag lo, quicksands beneath, and were fioatei 
by rising water. A knowledge of the locality n 
these Islands would be valuable with reference li 

Reports have been received from Surveyors o 
the following counties ooly : Yolo, San Joaquin 









Lamp 


01 


uses 






To 


prove 


nt tho 


crack 


ng 


or i 


rap glass 


«, b 


if.l 


n cip 


notion of he 


HI ; 


on 


ITectual r 


med 


nn 


of tb 


nolng 
tuhe 


a point o 
By Ibis 


a d 


amond a 


ong 

li.n 


i> 


ollev 


dfro 


i the 


.,< 


nee 


produce 




dd 


n elf 


els u 


Ftbo 


ca 




glazier 




eC 


Tool" 


operation i 
Usuclles. 


lib. 


tho 


diiiinond 


-[J 



Economic nl Fnel- 



VHufs Ann Dor CDLTDBE._Tbe Alameda 



r the village of Ala 
i most profitable crop 
He, au acre yloldi.ii 



superior qui 



>ndonbledly C of 



-lely. iiii|>..rteil direct from E 



From his long experience In Ibo Seed 11 gain an (c 
thirteen years), and bis vary eitonsivo steak of p 
apporlalniua to an eitabli.bojont of this kind, he ai 
of hli ability tatallefy his patrons. 

^P Native California Ev6rg.recn 3 
TREE AND SHRUB SEEff 



ilEHCIIANTS W THE TRADE, FAitW< 
AND LARGE RAA'CI/ OWlfEHsX 
Who wish to besoppliodln his 



KF Tho a«obU of Weill, 

■■"■■<r; l.lll.uriiri l„ ;,„ ,-,, | 

ntaklufOnlors for Seal, no 



ported 10 edt, and Iholi 



S. ~W- MOOKLV 

SEED WARRjjw 
40B (old Ho. 110) California S 



THE QALIFQBNIA IF -^RME-R. 



California Hatcs^/ 



J JKDIANOI.OOT t 



ind fro- 



? CAIJFOKNIA 



d of 



Bordering npon British Columblo, ™ 
ord from Ibe famous mines, are tbc Knot 
Ik-snagan and BlnckfboL nations. That ibi 
or will odd day Tie with Wasbos for thi 
i dicer, wo believe. Id 1850, specimens o 
ire, found in that country, wore exbibilcc 
Dalles. Tbo ore woo eqqaj lo any later 
m Washoe. Nolhing was doac, however, ta ex- 
country, nlthoagb public nltonllon wni 
be fact through the columns of a news. 
Spermine Dalles. 

in is rich ia alluvial deposits, bat 01 
iaBIickfaot region nolbing Is known. To tht 
gnlb sad west of those nations, are the fJolville, 

iosc country hos been partially proi- 
jettcd and found to be Immensely rich. The Col- 
ts camping ground for the minor, and wo hai- 
td lbs isying, that men have taken on! fortune! 
at locality. Erea now, miners in that vicin- 
■e making from SIO to $20 a day to the band, 
otrcr Pen d'Orcille and Spokon Indians bare 
says opposed any invasion of their conntr 

or, Judge Yancey, nfBellic 



billows, like tbo angry ocean. It is most likely, 
also, that these waters were backed up bj high 
tides from the Gulf bead, and ibe overflow in this 
case, most havo been snub as may not hare oc- 
curred in ono or two hundred jeers before, as In, 
been said of tbo Tulare Valley. Probably wo 
shall bear of cultivations of Ibu Colorado upper 
bottoms, and snb.vnlleys, for several years till the 

The Iingnlstlo Library of the Nona American 

Indians. 

Srr.JobnQilmary Shea bos latuly {IBfii) 



FKTJIT TREES 
For the Season of 1863. 



SEED, PLANTS, ETO. 



i Hen 



i tbo 



a lasts 



is, and we are informed, making fron 
D a day to the hand. As we descend, rt 
io upper Pen d'Orellle, Flathead (or 1 
i, and Nee Forces countries. On the > 

| Pen d'Orcille, men have dune as well as i 

Partes; miners mado as high as S120 with 

I the racket, and Stephen Senior, an old miner (a 

I present on Salmon), took oot as high as S200 i 
ind worked there ontil ordered away by tbi 
n«. Of the Bitter Boot region wo ooly knov 

| that at Fort Owens and on tbo branches of Cliirk'i 
k of the Colombia river, gold bos been discov- 



IS far back as IBS 

discovered gold 

tributary of Hell's Qa> 

,y years ago M>j. 

i tie Prickly Pear creefc- 

er. Thisseetion may 

prospected, nlihoogh 



i the Si. JIary's river, 
river, la that year ; ai 
os round gold on the 1 
Iso In the Blackfoot ti 



n the < 



miry is 



i Forces wa will jny nothing — every- 
(boSyis fomiliar with them, from Elk City lo Oro 
early luo miles. As we pro- 
pass into the Snake nation, 
angh wMch Snako river and all lis tributaries 
Fifty miles soulb of CI enr water and run- 



ortbwi 



till ii 



a dim 



Indian philological work: 
several of which linva been already 
Thejr are almost, entirely, wo believe, p 
the original JISS of the Jesuit and 
Missionaries ante 1820; somo of then 
They compris 



inn Gra 



of San 



I. Tbo > 



j Mm 



of Father Men 



n India. 



edited by Bnokiughi 
nmo. i. Copious Vocabulary, Oatccblsm, Confc 
sion of Faith, Scolonces, otc. of the San Anton 
Utssion Indians, by Fnlbers Siljar and Cabot, with 
the Chnlono! of Soledad Slissi 
Fakb or Father Sarrin— 1 vol. The foregoing all 
relate to California, Oregon and Sonora. 



ed); I 



:ago Dictionary (pub 
liciionary of about lfiso; a Dicliooary 
lar of the Wyandots ; a Grammar ol 
nncs of Nova Scolia ; a Uobnwk-Frenc 
ry of the Mohawks of Sew York ; a C 

nd George Gibbes ; a new English-M. 
binary of tbo Actec lacguago, from the 
■ilations made by tbe Spanish Catholic 



ind lhat 



le and useful work It 
o language is BIN) spo. 

cs am in course by tbt 



Smithsonian Institute to procu 
and literati of Mexico, contribute 
to form n complete pbilologiei 



ifr. George Gibbes, laic of Ihc Northwest Hi 
nry Sorvoy of 18B0-'6I, well known for big i 
Nbotions to the Uorlu Pacific Ethnology, bos 
l lately prepared for the Smithsonian publ 



f tb 


Blue Mount 


ins, a 


dmi 


esuftho Powder, T, 


Fo 


iy miles southwest 








, ll PoBdtr river, 








small 








of, LI 


Ibeor, Owyhe 


ando 




e io the Wn 


Muor 




ion, eastwards 


and 


rive 


Biyette, I! 


Ise, lb 



'e of the Bitter Boot Mountains ft 
salmon. Mountains, eitende a range 
giaziog und forming Inodi. To Si 

es from Fori Beaton, nnd but a fi 
'e headwaters of tbe Yellowstone a 
«■ From Salmon diggings tbey v 






■ We predict 
n ol cou 
tith the 1 



ic year 



■bora of the husbandmni 

r.easlward bound, will no longe 
e perils of tbe ocean, hut ever 
" JU" «!■ »t the 



■"■■<:, lli.r 



I, by For 



I, tbo I 



Washington Territory, can not 

led; tbat Ihey are dcetlntd to 

"rleo lo Ibe proud position of 

*fl"rtiier,"'D« C I eol 1 * nll, ucli « e — [Port- 

"D O ^". Q0 . W , , ° f ""• Co "ornrlai In 1H61 
>r tbe lust thirty years, from all 
"o YallcyofthoOol. 



'— ~...u„;;;;' u 



lug his twelve ycara'i 
ISeo report of tbe Smi 



ind other Indian tribi 

ic General Land Oflie> 
if Ibe operations nf hi 
relates Ihe discovery of 
inn towns on the A 
■n confluent of Ibi 



staled by Ihe Sur 
be or ibo most ci 
Tbe Bio Verde i 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
3MPLOYMEWT. 

And General Agency Office, 



R. B. FORDHMI, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

fff| GROCER, fgjffi 

J.ifMiSOV mill FROST slreels. 

pM ■!' st.^ihti bu T lirerjy. Qr a null, wnnlj do weU t 
COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS, 

';■"■'; l; ; ,il1 '-' ^■> lf i' urcllM e..i.™.hc™.a.w n r«in l r.Ti n c<- 



1»R. KNOITLES, 

DENTIST 

■in. OH 1 I. 1 1 STREET, It nil 
SAN EBAKCISCO. 

Office Houb: BromB M-, to 6 P.M. 

ALL WOBK taT»gSSa. TERMS CASH 
IS UJJyWi«lWIlHK WORK IS 

WAREAKTED1 ^^ FINISIIEIJI 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



GRAVES, VvTLLIAMS & BUCKLEY. 

HAVE THE SOLE AGEHCy 



0. W. EEED, ■Washington, Yolo connty. 
B. S. FOX, Ban Jose. 
MARK FaRSEY, 3au Joso. 
WJ1. O'DONNELL, San Joso. 
L. A. GOULD, Santa Clara. 
THOMPSON'S KURSERIES, SuscoL 
.MOCK'S SPHSEHIES, Pctalumn. 



With other avnnoes epeu for all the Prodnetions of tl 

Nuraery, Vineyard, and Garden. 

•W Orders can be hit at the DEPOT— 
Opposite Cmtoru-Honae, 11 ,n,ry atreel. 

TIBIEJ PAOIPIO 

FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
GRAVES, ItULIAMS & BUCKLEY'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 

WAREHOUSE. 

r arrangements ore now complete for sopplylo 

Fruit TreeSj 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-Vines, 

Garden Shrubs, 

I kinds; and every variety of artlelo of 

NURSERY STOCK 

T° an unlimited a meant and on Ibo very bed pculhlo 
Term! Wo huro Ibu EXCLUSIVE AOENMY uf 

itoH* r Si"iB C tii aiiS ° n ' 1 b °" cc,odnc ' t ' 

bled to nil urJer. to 'tbo perfect lalls"-"" 

to- Wo nave taken tbo laree mace of rrouni on 

"»■ •''■■■'■■ ".-"■- lire, ^0 EillerT jlrost wham i. 
TI1EE3 of all LlnJs, will won bo on oih ibi lion 



AMERICAN SEED-STORE, 
1863. ra "'L_™'™" 1863. 

J i -.-]■ hi:oi:ivED DV STEAMEIL, oar Kipre«, nlrmt 

r.,„ n ll-.- I. .,.,-:■ „i.,l I.e.; L.lSITkN.-fcLIJ.lioihLd i,aj 



Choice and Reliable Seeds, of Ihe Growth 

Of 18G2. 
Garden, 

Flower, 

Field, 

Tree, 
Grass and 

Clover Seeds, 

Etc., Etc. 

In Every Variety, 



Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY «nc 

CONNECTICUT 

Seed-Leaf Tobacco. 

FRESH AKD PDltE, 

Jl i=T Il.i:i'i;ivi-ll. 

"W. R. STRONG, 



■•iS^lS^aS 



to otfnr them. 

Wn tooM narttonlarly tail tbo altentlon orbnyers , 
Trees aed Vines le tbe fact, that. *la B to tbe .terms . 
tbe last -Inlar, the nlnoUr,* or iree. ™ (-enorallydl 
lien.od with all over tbo Slain, consequently, this bos 
bo sTootl, angnmnied Ibis soason, and 



I here rum 
and Ihi 



■oiholi 
wcnro GOOD TUBES, as ll 

rd orders early "ill be the fi 

iltlon of IbeHorsorj Trade h 



its. It n[]| bo onr . 
s, Sbrabf.and Vinoi, 



50,000 I^i-iiit Trees. 

rlB OHBERaiflNKD BKIKO ABODT TO RE-BJ* 
mo.ebl.Nmr.-,-. . -.11- u.. ,.,,.„.;,: .,„„ ,„,|*g 

il>— r.li- .1, .■.■■'■,. i ._.>-.- en. ,,,,.. ,,.,. |r ; ...... j. jHImt 

■Ir.-I , f[..til.ii.! i'.-.T.-. L- ..r.'.l .1,,- ,r„ ',,10. i-.i.'i''J,: j V"' 'i I ' ■ r"l 'JJ ! 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

TVew City- of 

COLLmSVILLE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

AXTIOCH find SEW YORE, 



San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

las been rejfulnrly Inid out, snrvojodj and put 



TITLE PERFECT, 
-.4. PATBITT 

fram tbo 

UNITED STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 
soo 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 
DISTRIBUTED FREE1 

o such as Erin] I first moko applieation, nnd a 
GOOD. CLEAN DEliD jriven at oncu (unconditinn- 
llj), leaving it lo tho opibn of tbo parlj 
TO IMPHOVE OR SOI ; 

iking ono of tho Gift 



n-ill U 



tlu-ii 



FRUIT TREES 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry Trees, 

For Sale at a Bargalo. 



nAVTNQ SOLD SEVERAL BUILD- 



m 



9K -A.T VEHY LO^W PRIOB 
bo OSAPE- VINES and TBBE3 that are on then 
va tho oipense or IraosrUntine to onnthor place, 
r Orders promptly attended lo. 
Direct to— 

L. PREVOST. 

totnyAgonl, Mr. DEL4DIOSE, J23 Clay itreel 
15 SAtf Pn*sci«co. 



Catalogues of Varieties' ana Prices 

; n bo obtained | of n. at ««, W.rebeese or Dor 
rr."o"maarnl! i llarr l !cle b e' , t lo , a i ," ^ " P ° iil " " 



GENERAL 


COMMISSION BUB 


INES 


3er to a 


to e 


11 tbe altentlon of their 






pablli 


generally, In Ibolr ntc.e 






THE i'AClPIO PRDIT MARKET nb 




jonoral atla|.llbllil r l„ bu 










oeiMO, 










fMrirV 




re bo obarjod hy thenias 


i,M.i 


Bpo 


centw 


mmlsrien oo Frnitof overy kiod. 














" " Vo E olable, f 










nd Poq 














" " Gra Id of evsry 














a of morcbaodlie, ato fo 








atteollon (Iron lo shlppln 














ja call 


attenllDaloLbolrSpaclor 


ASOC 



. » uairoetlan, from at „ ns „ u w , h{| l[ffio 
tho igme .ball ho ouarod for sale. Wbonsalos 

ir' 1' V'i":' 1 ,^', ( oaAV FJ, WlbLlAUSinuCKLEV. 



WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS 



i-liinga [Iliiil, in (.'..lilomiii, l.j til.- 

SEW CITY AND COUNTY. 
r so doing, tbey will be Ibo means of getting 
ore to settle, tban If iboy ivero lo improve them- 



Money Loaned 

To Such as BnUd Immediately on tho Prem- 
ise*, at a Low Bate of Interest. 



HIGHEST I'LiiilH 1, 
Hie vnst region of fine nun 
idly filling up, n 



{■Eft. 






I it has done for the last five years, tber 
nson why Coltinsiillo should not become i 

Qreat and Commercial City, 

being a midway slopping-plnce for tho eli 
lily rroin San r-Vanuinco to .Sumuni-nLo 
Alretdj, ui nnd around Cul!in.-vilK., iln- 
TJicj-iiavc, I 



Post- Office, 3lnre, largo w 

Magnificent Wharf, 

letlnngbyOnoHundi 
present proprietors u 

$10,000. 

The Fanning Connlry in Solano County can , 



Cil!."Ni;iKKE i DIPTOT, 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds. 

^VM. HASELTINE, 
vi Tin* JnpanoHe Bazaar, 

ITO, 3H1 MONTQOMER1- £3T. 
A very annul,, .nd rare auoHmenL of 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grapc-VInes, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

Apple, Cherry, Peach and Poor Trees ■ 
Aprlcut, Plum, Pomegranate nnd Fig Trees ■ 
Persimmon, Orange, {In bearing condition);' 
Camt'lin, Loctm, Button ond Lacquer Trees - 
Hlban, Variegated Pine, Ton Plants, nod "Alo" 

Trees ; 
Grnpo -Vines, Evnrgreons, Etc. 

Grain, Vegetable, fcFlower Seeds of Japan, 

Or 1S62, 

Tofelber wlih all Ibo varieties ol 



almost any otht-r pari or California. 

A OITY 
such asltnntlnu, surrnunded by so magnlfi 

A GREAT and GLORIOUS DESTINY. 
;ryls nbnut to bo esinbliabcd betivecn thi 
, Autineh and New York, mnlring tho dlstnnc 



Over One Hundred Miles to those wiio Drive 
Stock to thai Market. 



. III.IIU [„[, 

.SUlleraY" 


immonso rlsn •■■<> 
"How con woof, 
oot knowing bow 


u «",,« IlilN, 


away fivo hnndrcil 
red to eeltlo, then, 
pays us for lboso 



" E ,' '„ K " , °" 1 "' 



*v 



SUCAR-BEET SEED. 



SUPEIU 



■UPEniOft Seed 01 



The Very Lots You now Receive may in 

less than Three Years k. Worth 

Thousands of Dollars ! 



Saloj in immcdlalo Vlcinltj-, 



TO AGENTS. 

Any ptraon who will act ns Agent, at 



CollinsviUe Land Company; 

OFFICE b 

318 California Street, S.R,Cal. 

Box Ho, 1015 PojtjOffloD £aa Pranoisco. 



T-H1S, flAj IFOBKI A FARMER- 



% ©Elifatuta #ron. 

SAS FKANOISCO; 
FBI-BAT FESHTTAHT AT, 1663. 






A PHEMITJM ■ 
Wb will present six packages of fresh seeds to 
every new subscriber, tbat desires the Fimt. The 
aceds trill ennslsl of coffee, cotton, tobacco, rice, 
and other new nod valuable varlctiea. Clubs or 
five or ten subscribers, Id one lot, will be entitled 
to an increased number of parcels each. Sboold 
other seeds from tbose mentioned be preferred, 



d subscribers paying 



rages 



that we will re 
enbicriptinn 


ceiv- tho Legal Tenders 
o tbe Fjnsisn. If those 


remit their 
five dollar s 
remit, we wi 
lam, or a ye 
send along 


absolutions by mail w 

credit them with the 
r and n quarter's subs 
he "green bncks"--t 


,.?sr 


Purchasing Agency, 
g oipcrtoDK ol oror thirty 
Feeds, ud AEHcalmr*! Im 



Tbe State AgricnUmal Society. 
II be recollected ibnt at the mooting ol mo 
Agricultural Society in January, tbero was 
lorumand the Society ndjonrned tu Feb. 25 
report from there it baa again ndjonrned to 
Uh or March. 

tho meeting in Jnntinry It was staled as n 
n of adjournment, that a bill was before the 
ilalure for an alteration of the chartor. That 
vas before the Senate last week, and finally 
adopted as amended by the Assembly. This bill, 
very wisely provides that this Society shall 
naged by a "Board of Agriculture," which 
consist ofaPrcsident and nine Dlreotors, who 
d be selected by a convention composed of 
inual and Hfc members of the Slntfl Society, 
ber with delegates from tnT ^ Agricultural 
iel or County. This Board of 



George Washington. 
Tub birthday of tba Father of his Country bis 
been again remembered by tho people or tho Uni- 
ted States who are still loyal to tho Onion, and 
nllbongb tho country he fought for, lived for, and 
prayed for, li being bathed in blood by fratrici- 
dal hands, yet wo hope his spirit has not departed 
from us ; but that with tho return uf this day and 
all Its njioeiations, tbcro may have been some re- 
newal nf that patriotism and love of country, 
which Is so much needed at this critical juncture. 
Every man who loves bis country, sbonld nl this 
time fenl and act ns says n distinguished writer: 
■l each man think himsolf an act of God; his 
,d a riouj/Al, his life n JrsaM of God; and lol 
h try by great 



session 






i tho 



otTrm, Scti-, P 



food policy shall dictate 

to be treated as other 
eclion 1 says, "The Board 
j discretion, award pre- 
Itivated forms, urchnrds, 

provided tbat they shall 






areling eipe 



batb in li 



Til! 



feeling should luspiro men to act for our couulry : 
,-■■ it wos this feeling and those principles that in- 
plred the immortal Wajhinglon in all his life. If 



olno 



nnlac 



o the 



cf tin- 



, Hill a 



ovldei 



.nifested by 
our city, nod gen- 
ion of tho time to 
day. This speaks 
iplo; and, although 
irt to festive scenes, 
'orbing loo's memo- 

irhis country, but tbat the peo- 



THo MoohoDlcn' InntHuto. 

o little time past tbero has been 
nxlety fell in reference in tho M< 
i nf nnr city. Tho general Intoro. 
Sad been sadly neglected, and thi 
so much dilapidated in 1U vital p 
meetings and the' d 






ivided that nt 
r s, "It snail b 



n Cbflte, Blood Bon 
salt See advertise! 



TO HEADERS AND 0OBBEHPONDEHT3. 



by that Prince of poets, Holme 

the plow and the plowman, am 

fanner feel an honorable pride 

Tho "Extraordinary Physic! 



,1,1,1 II: 



orj. 



i" will ho found 
nndreds nf aimi- 

;areful rending of tbe letter from 
., or New York, who is justly ea- 
rns letter will be fonnd (all ol 

I nnr former Parisian correspond- 
iy— now in Sonnroa county, will 



; public, 
■ben tbe Board nf Agrit 
and aboil take hold of 
nnly this Institution l< 
,e the Agricultural Coll 
rests of tbe Stnte, eo it 



a hill has heei 

ao election of th. 
i, by which m 
-filed, and wo ti 
1 bo adopted in ti 
all the local sot 
nstllulion may b 
aeiitity, ond il 

folic, 'the actual 
like all others 
—no report has 



ire the ft 

should enjoy that fteedi 

1 well as everything else that belongs 
ippy, and prosperous people. 

Now, In this, tho darkest hour or oui 



idod, v 



Plans am nuw ia progress for purchasing 

d bnildlog, so as to place tho Mechanics of Son 

"n!"Th« eummitloea are at work. That w 
11 ba done efficiently, ana measures token 
Id n Mechanics' Fair ibis nutomn, and thus p 
o society among tbo living, breathing, and ao 
ititutions of tho day. May success and hi 

lend il. _^___._ _ 

SbnolrJ Formers: Sell Their Groin 7 

aether 11 is better fur them to sell tholr grain 
.- „r tr.-n It till later in the season. The hesi 



mt price. Wo would ai 
ers or grain to meet lb 
n going forward. This I 



•0 as tbey In. 



"Where r, 
Whoa 



,yllo> 



1 tbo I 



rlod aye . 



>n tbo E 



ty glory glens. 
Nor despicable slate! 
Tes, one, tbe first— the last— the best- 
Tie Cine! 



Bequeathed the i 



■y dared not 
no of Wubii 



loldbci 



whoai 



r for it, s 



Suapenslon of tho Oregon Farmer. 
Wb deeply regret to record tho demiso of this 
cellent paper. It will prove o aorious loss to I 



being rapidly completed. AsK 
need there on the 81b Mai 
Itioch every Snnday, end i 



innd tho front ii 
n ferry-hont nil 



\ . Ad-.-crtialug Directory 
Amtntfn Watch Manufactory Agency— 0. E. Ool- 
602 Montgomery street, 
iroi Warehouse— J. D. Arthur ft Son, cot- 
of Washington nnd Davla BtrcetJ. 
Agricultural and Hardware Sfore—Hnwloy * Co., 
corner of Battery and Onlifiimla. 
r; Minion Woolen Mills— Leonard A MeLellan, 
over Parrolt'a Bank, Montgomery. 
inrJ Whttler £ TFIfeon'i Soring Machines— fl. 
W. Wodsworth, corner Montgomery and Sac- 
nimi'diu; Htm-liMii. Mrs. F. A. M.Baldwin; 
Sacramonio, J. W. Strowbrldge. 
Ambralypv.M. 8. Johnson, 040 Clay. 
American Seed Scorc.V/. B. 3trong, 208 J street, 

Sacramento. 
Batsman'* //one Medicine. ..H. Bowman, 360 J at, 

Sacramento. 
Book Store, ..A. Roman ft Co., 417-10 Montgomery 
Bin (Italian nod common)... Farmer office. 
Cogswell's Mississippi Slam, Tinaare, Hardware, etc 

114 Clay ttrool. 
California U7n«...M. Kcllor, basement Rasa block, 

corner Pine and Montgomery. 
Cory Houtc.J. W. Oullfln, Plocervillo. 
Cordage lfunii/ofi(iri/...TnbbB ft Co., agents. 

jjfcn and Shipy.in.j si c rchani,,..\\m. T. Cole- 
,on «: Ce., cor Front nod California. 
Chmiauifon Warchanic.i. L. Eaton, Marysvillo. 
Clover, Alfalfa, tlc.S. Brannnn, 420 Montgomery. 

(7o,..Corner of Jackson and Front. 
Chimney Cap and Fenfifu(or...Jobn5on k Reny, 111 

and 113 Battery. 
Conrmuifon Fruit J>(a(ers...Gnlo d Co, 400, 411 sod 

113 Davis street. 
Commitrion Wine Warehouit,,. Graves, Williams b 

Buckley, Cloy. 
Cos! Off, Lamps, etc. ..Stan ford Bros., 123 nnd US 

California. 
Collegiate fatilute, Bcnirfa...V. J. Flail, PrincipsJ 
CVotto'1'...HnyneS ft Lawton, 16 Sansome. 
CaUiruville— Bamuttadi... Office, No. 318 California 

2}cnfui...Dr. 0. C. Knnwles. 611 Clay street. 
Dry «ood»...Kirby, Byrne ft Co., Lick Houao bloi 

No. 7 Montgomery street. 
iJasiu's Hay Press,,. Corner or Clay nod Drnmm. 
Drvoi and Medicines. ..0. F. Richards, GOO Di 
Eevnamy Washing J/BcAmt...Horncr'a P( 

Commi 



,113 



these enterprises, for lb or 



si to tbe run 
a world or in 



often. 



Tbose who occupy Stnte Innda sbnu 
pernio the Act, which wo publish It 
relating to Ltiem. Il is important 



Tho Paoillo Railroad. 
Wt arc gratified to hear of progress o 

Grider's," midway from Folsom to 1 
m Ibot from two to three hundred 
eady employed, and that the cars 



/ 



ome, while we are heralding 
-nts or our favored Stole, and 
ind growing proBpcrlly. May 
friends bo blessed wilbLproB- 





IntereiUng BbzUho for tho Parmer. 


Wr a 


e promised, by ono of our ablest writers, a 




of sketches on "Social Lire in California,' 


tbe fir 


t of tho aeries to be "Tbe Wily Ad.entu- 




er, a School Teacher in Search of a Bus 


band. 


The whole b cries will be complied from 




lift, and Bill bo presented In a .form "to 




a moral" and admonish tbo unwary of th 


<i*np 


.■ ;!.-..■ anrrnund tbe homes of California. 



State Agricultural Soclety'a Annual Meeting. 

Tbe adjourned Annual Mcetiog of the Slate 

Agricultural Society bos heen postponed till 



-,id,l ,■. 





bis valedicto 


j. Wo shou 


-payi 


g subscriber 


would ha 


or co 


science— hen 




nam 


ler of iho Fa 


mcr closes It 




I, at least. 


We havo en 


] the 


our years an 


i half of Its 
nts in ngric 




Our e Boris 
moss of tho 


formers of t 


ptloo 


in many coses 


bare heen pa 



We sbnuld think 



eo in 




on the 


nnrnal 


cannot bo prosperous and efficient. Hol- 




iriibsln 


ding these discouragements, the Oregon 




ins many good friends wbo will regret tbe 






nuance or its publication. Their kindness 




sduly 


ppreclaied." 


gntinu 




peat, we regret In record the suspension 




nfthls 


ournal. For over four years it has been 


238 fee 


well co 


dueled and most creditable to editor nnd 



a sclf-ei 



l thia farewell editorlnl. 

It is a etraoge fact, but trnc, that some Talks 
Iwnys grudge money paid fur newspaper subscrlp- 
ion — notwithstanding they may hove been reim. 



cilic Railroad will greatly and permanently cn- 
ice tbe value or their property. Besides, it 
il open np new markets for all "produce," and 
i palpable that growers and producers should 
.nifest their appreciation of ibis fact by placing 



Willi, i, 






"Pi" 



.■!,..[, 



a of inc 



e colled for; as the opening of the 


first 


uiles will seenre a handsome incnm 


,ant 


onal aid of lends, etc., will give tb 


Uirc 


aeana to work with, end enoble 1 




tockboldcrs for tho payment of 1 


Ital 


ghtly as posBlbln. 





e Qoda help, holp themselves." 



Aojutiot Oinui Kiuue's Ri 


ronr.- 


a copy of this molt cicclloalrep 


rl 1 


the careful study of Gen. Elbbo I 








the best way. Hln report show 


that 


only quallBcd for bis respootlbl 


.place 


by bis devotion fo his duly he 




olHeo, the Siato, end himself. 


Wn 


agalo to Ibis work. 





■ sympathy for o 



nufui-tn 



Son. T. G 
.ngloo, w 



larcols oraeeds from Wosb- 
oppy to say wo aro dlstri- 
itate, our aubscrlbera taking 

Introducing in every ci 



Fruit Trta, 50, 000. ..D. E. Bough, Oaklond Nnr: 

ry, Alamedn. 
Floated and FGu Wool ll'anfri... Former ofEeo, 

Montgomery. 
Farniturc.1l. E. GrimCB, C20 Battery. 
Farm for Su(e...Knnpp, Burrell ft Co. 
<?r«n, Dried and Foreign UVmti...E. W. Roberts, 

Stalls +, 5, oud G, Pacific Fruit Market. 
Qaldtn Eagle Hotel...!. E. Cnltnbun, K St, Si 

Orape-cines and Fruit Trtu...li. Provost, Son Jose, 
California. 

ft Lambert, Minns 
Bock, Sacramenio 
..... Bros, ft Flint, l 
Parrotl's Bonk, Montgomery. 
Japantie Plants, Fancy Goods, fit.„Wm. BasoI-'|H 

line, 321 Montgomery street. 
Land far Homestead.— Harvey S. Brnwn, room 13 W 
Nagleo'a Bnllding. 

~ ' ' lrd, Bros, at Co., cor. ^ 
New York, 
lajonic Temple; lCrl 






Holiday GiJU...'S\ 
Hops for Satt...Pn 
H$L Axlt-Orcaii 



is ,t Hue 



tery st 



■■•"— The Cnlirorola Steam Kavi- 
n Company's new steamer for the Sacramento 
il trip la tho Bay, Saturday. The 
ed satisfactorily. This hnat li 
ibbll, And 2S8 feet length over all: 
dlh or beam 34} feel, and over nil GO feel 
width, and 11 foot depth of bold ; drawing when 
light, 4} reel, ond with 500 or 000 tuns of freight 
on board, SJ fret. It Is much to be regretted tbat 
she should not bate an appropriate name for ber 
route and her beautiful companion tbo Cbrya- 

FamUy 1 



McCulluugh ft Co., i 
of Market, Buttery and Busb streets. 

Peacemaker Store, Tin, [ran and Copper Ware., 
P. Drayton k Co., 128 Sansome street. 

Photographic JH.«™...Romnn ft Co. 

People. Lint of Steamers. ..\. E. Roberts ngent, 4JS 
and 427 llnitery. 

rae.M. S. Co...A. B. Forbes agent, cor Sacramento 
and Leldcsdnrtf. 

Produce and Grain Conminion...A. H. Todd ft Ge. 
42 Cloy. 

Pacific Railroad. ..A. W. Bee, Agent, 422 Montgom- 
ery street. 

flur{...J. 11, Duff, Steuarl street 

ft Co.'s Pat. Medal Pianos), H. 

Igora- 



Ing they will slriko a "lucky load," and as Orcgo 
Is now without an agricultural jonrnal, may w 
nut hope that a respectable addition of goodpuj 

list there- Farmers of Oregon, your Interests ai 
Identical with Ihose or the tillers of oar soil 1 
California. A. new era Is dawning In ogricultui 
on this coast. Wo want to do nil the good « 
can In dlssscmlnatlng useful nnd valnnblo info 
matlon ; wo waul yon to flock to our atandai 
and bave your names enrolled on the Subscripts 
book of tbo CiLironitu Fjnuca— tbo only csla 
igrlculturnl newepnper on tbo entire Pec 



GcCoa 



u- 1, ■;.„.. 



A ' i 11 1 ■" l.i 1-1 1!il»r. II I.' IL C10 

fo ore In receipt of tbo . 
iral Department, from I 



r Wiamsoioa, D. U - 
rcular. of the Agrlcul 
e Han. Isooe Newloo 



ie happy ol on early day i 
n be done correctly, nnd tbm 
onr noble State In ber i 



Ti-Sltdt a 



,1 by 1, 



Was — S. W. Mon 
new seeds and bi 



rare kinds. Among tho bulb- 
of Ihe choicest kinds, Amoryl- 
ihnl most eiqulsllely frsgrnn> 
-which should bo in every eol- 
mnbe it complete. This Seed Establish 



.., Tul 



r ii i. 



implnb 



d prollla. 



ofagrlcullurej in Oregon, to I 

Messrs. Knopp, Burrell ft Co., 

ints In Portland, will receive si 



Is a city in the Union that can 
many First Class Hotels, according tc 
as the city n[ San Francisco, 
roll be proud of Iho Bay City, a 
i strangers to villi nur olty ned 
fall of good living and Inioi 
we bare eoch palace hotels 
We eboll fiom lime to time 



ooklog after 






cccntly added a no' 
bs, nnd havo sccnrcc 
., that can be found— taking 
source, directly oulof bond; 
y. Among tbo choice wines, 
worths', the only place In the 
be had at retail; also, all the 
is — both sparkling nnd still, 
f oil hinds for medicinal pur- 
at Bowan Brns., of the best 



ris $ ff'irtoBi.- 
> have produce 

and Clay strc 



:1 Ihe i 



^onHd...Capt. D. M. Gi 
it Drpat...D. JtuLalli 
I Mills and Caofs 



nnd Cloy 
ft G.rlsar, 



lira's ffiw Pattnt Morli.ing Ita chine.. .Worms* * 

Little, Bruoklyn Hotel. 

prrfor Slock— Gardeners Wanted and SuJ>p&L~ 

Farmer office. 

Soap Factory...}. P. Dyor, cor Mason and Ptcif- I 

iter Strut Stables. ..Vf. J. Whiting ft Co, f " 

'(( Soft Ch...Onkloy ft Jnckaon solo ngcal 

idlery, Harness de...Moln ft Winchester. 

■r« ("Autocrat ul the Kite ben") -Caleb JI.Su* | 



(ft„/(„.Di. But* 

and 73 ffM»l»P 



.11 the pecnllar 
,r'io 









Rtroms isn Doouuist9.--W( 
are In receipt nf nnmerous documents and re. 
porta, etc., from tbo Agricultural Baroaunt Wash- 
ington, which wo Bhall lay before nnr renders al 



day; pouring down nt ii 



clouds broke 



the whole length of il 



it vail. 

n, nnd will i, 

tnck, which b 



eb. 13lh says: 
Hock on yciicr- 
urly the whole 



At evening the 
it; this morning 

foil bloom. The 
:d will, snnw for 
nge. Indications 

e BigTreornad, 
ray foies, three 



f-M/,/r....t\it,lfj ,'; Dulluv, ■ 

ion Market. 
k>I. Hides and 5imi...R. r 



Wb again call ntti 
which wo feel enn 
crop In California, 
well on any land bi 
deep, loamy soil to 

seed, nnd Bhall bo I 

■'f iti.-v.im., ii, iho 



a It will grow 
.able for wheat ; 



THE CALIFORNIA. FARMER. 



Lottoi (rem K .: ■.-. Homy W. Bellows. 
Jpst as we go [o prsM, wo rccoired tho follDtrl 
TtiJ E*»lifjinfr letter from Dr. Bellows, Preside 
|«f tbo Sanitary Commission, Sew York. TblJ 
elegant mlfslvc affords us exceeding great picas- 
Ore, announcing, us It does, (be safe arrival of tbo 
bait lent and [he great pleasure it gave. That 
'ftoil will speak for our Slate ip lis Horlicnltnrol 
riches, as does [he generosity ofour peoplo bj the 
thrilling words of the gifted writer. Tbls letter 
ire sball treasure among the gems or oar auto- 
graphic olbatn, for every sentence ho Epeaks or 
a-iiles, Is the— 

r "ElDqueocc, that charms and burns, 
Startles, siMlhw, and wins, by larnt" 



Ut Dun Col. Wannr.< : 

I desire very sincerely t 
■tare in the kind work c 



It came, through yai 



—Tho 



turned Monday, 
which prevented h 
freight. Tho ttean 
cross tbo Hnmboldt 



the' 



■ Orescent City, > 
coco or ibo itort 
g her passengers 



e second combed directly up 
psiced instantly. Tbo Ponnmr 
itlom up and drill inside ibo bi 



Wcatborfacc of Ibi 
Martin, engineer; 
len and John Grai 



nt. Hatch, in ■ 
J. S. Garwoa 
nity; Mr. FJ 



:rcl between the apple and the pei 
.1 any role they showed no brni 
e could parallel here, but the 



all the over 
111 Noble Sir 



.y [banks. I hope I si 



Hiuby W. Billowi. 
Commemoration Day, 



led, bonks closed o 



regiments i 
tbo rnltitarj was 



(rgba peifcd mlihctli 



Tut Wisniso MiEainH "Ecosom."— 1 
Lof the incceis of this oicellenl Intention 
[oT the "old pioneer 'armors" of Cillfon 

3io, Hundreds of bis machine! 

Jaoiedn, Contra Costa, and San 



Oid«i 



!». W U g. 



9 following C 






W^S? 101 ! "'^o" 1 * "" 



BUOICIS.) , 


Wu 
— Tb 


— 


that the President bad 


-"'.l^v,'.! 11 , 


ten 

Win 


K to 
cling 


Slate or Wei 
an New Year's 


Virginia 


kean.td general 




Slum 


The bells w 




W >"^r 

B ll "«r='l bin,. 
bibb .ci .,, 

E°uV r lLr " 

fceaau , lr ,i ii : . 


ebj 


eleg. 


hes seat into all Ibo 
pb. The Wheeling In- 


f to 


he peoplo of Wesl 
which Trees them 
t oppressors, nnd 
lallon of Ibcir In 
red hopes of two gen 


,l,„,l,l; 



for Cli 
"^•cltuarr 



'J pipes gin 
Charles A 



randy, CO barrels 1 



hinglnn, of his appointment as Quarter 
tb tho rank or Captain. Do has bee 
3 report to General Wright for order 
srobably be stationed here. 



TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE. 



"Washing: Machine 
'ECONOMY! 

INVERTED EV J. it. HOIfflER. 

;nis is a machine that should be in tee 

n erorj Famlty, lo bo jo.llj and folly appreciate 
ThbMaehtaeii of r real rawer nod durability 



a tbe iutde, and 'J- 



DAVIS & WITH AM havo Homered tholr Jilaeo of 
builnon (see card) to Southwest comer Clay and 

S. H. Datio. W. L. Wii-nAB. 

DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 

Floor, Grain, and Produce generally. 

Corner Davis nod Olay streets, 

San Fuse race 

Co" Partlonlar attention paid ta purchasing and for- 



$100 botjwtt: 

it. 



PREMIUMS 



WORLDS F^m. 



Kan y for tbo Union ! 

THE CALIF0B3HA CONTIHQEHT! 

T'fl! r:;M'l^lG*ED BAVLHO BEEN I'Hr.'l 'IF- I iKI I 



1. GREENE C.BUJn. 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods, 

stl 



iT RECEIVED, EX 5TEAMEII 

SCOTLAND, from bunm, by 



■■', sitti.:,!! burin- her hands i 
:r- Laces, Stockist;!, Finntie 



rsiJy In h~ placed Id Ibo (to-mj sial, 

deli'ate fahTTnover ™™mbTu! 

Asapro-nf Drtberaluo D f this Mi 

LOW PRICE 5f' 31B.' 



NEW tVKINOEB *■ 



J. M. HORNER. 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 



prising larrtr, c 
EUaXbid, Exg. 



3 'ubKrlptfuoa beyond lb 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 



Acl'U'anoes 

j.jTuvtJ M-iL-bandbe. 

WM. T. COLEMAN t CO., 



S. W. SHAW, 
Portrait Fainter. 

jraber IS, 3d floor, llercantilo Library bnildln: 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's' Magazine. 

THE lOHDON HWABTEELY (ConsorvaUTd. 
THE EDINBUEOH HEVIEW (Whig!, 
THE HORTH BHITISH HEVIEW <Free Ohnroh). 
THE WESTMIH6TER HEVIEW ILiheral). 
BLACKWOOD'S EDIrTBDBQB MAGAZINE (Tory) 



WM. HASELTINE. 

Japanese Sazaar, 
Ho. 331 Montgomery street. 



RICEI LACQUEItED J: INLAID FANCY GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETC. 

T0P.T01SE-SHELL, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK, In great vnrielj ; 

FANS, of everj stylo ; 

HICB SILKS, CRAPES, and PISA GOODS; 

EMrJUUIDEltED SHAWLS, and APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC.: 

Together with a full snpplj of EGG-SHEL Land 
FANCY PORCELALN, DLVSER, TEA and 
COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, HAPS, ETO ; 

25 NESTS CAMPHOR-WOOD TRUNKS; 

ZS CAilP HOB- WOOD BDREADS ; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, at Wholcsalo and 



MAIN & WHINCESTER, 

te and Importers of /^Bk. 

' HARNESS, *** 

S addles, ^x*i<ai©»3, 

W HIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

214 and 216 {Old Ho. B8) Battery street, 




r PBEMlrjM 

H-bjUj" MetOHUM- iiutli 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 

T H . 1S /?? W nfVSNTION, THE ONLY ONE OF 
i tbe kind o.o. ,,.: i.r^,.,,,,-! I., 1UU „„),![„, noJ 
'.iil^J i=e|.! , I Fr;(>. nII ,j ia ,!„, fur [ho fltjt , imo _ , 
tho PaclDo Cojjt. 
ThbMOIlTIsrSO MACHINE 1. not a large entn- 



tor.in 
e band eail I j, j 



mini a PERFBCTLY SQUARE alOKTISE"'^"., 
bed ,1,1, of anr.Kr.en, II, Inebo, to an r dl, 
l'" "i 'j ° alc " " """lilt four Inehoi . 

Thlislachfue-Drkrnltha Lerer Power =hl.s 
>aa can oa.ll, aj»rai*-ih p ilroB n, Link an, [ 

K to E a ,Vu"aXrraanner%er'i;X liQC '*" 
SIM PL B MACIlYsE, and 



aehiasi 



i.nPi.ii '■■ 
Jf ih'io 



■ I f... ' 



ii. Ms. in,. 



Tha KI01IT of Hit, MACHINE Ii 



EESSOHS WlSHIITQ TO BDT EIGHTS 






on U addiaulnj tb. 
liar Paimar, nho Hill 



conrt=on.l r ,ho»a b, the propli *irf, q '* "'" *" 



WAJIMAN A LITTLE. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C°He E l. A e^«L n \ ! ' of ItAN1) - A SVLh AMD C °M- 

CORDAGE. 

Al,nB, »^^ r ""■ lnn " b ' «1««r'PU»n.°rConla W 
MANOFACTORED TO ORDER 

THUDS & CO., 

16 611aDd6l3Fronlstiest. 



MEDAL 

AWARDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LOISDOIV, X862. 

First Class Gold Medal 

—.TO THE.... 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE, 

Paris Exhibition, 1S61. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Quiver. tally Acknoirl edged 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMLLT SEWING MACHINES 

IN USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST REOBITED. 
t®- Call and examine, before purchasing. 

n. w. hmuswoetii, Agent, 

Comer Monlgomery and Sat lam e n lo • tree U 
SAlf FRANCISCO. 



ThH R N I T U R E ! 




WHEELER 85 WILSON'S 

TAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

WITH 

lVe-w IraproTements, 

JUST RECKIVED, 
AHE THE ONLY PERFECT MACHINES 

....FOB,... 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 
— .ADD.... 
BMBHOIDBEINQ; 

THE BIOST l-;i iiivoMlOAl. 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IIV XJSE. 



IS. JE. GRIMES, 

IMFORTBB, 
itTD 'WHOLESALE DEALER IS 

Furniture 

Bedding, 

6?0 Ituttory Direct, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PACIPO, 

SftN FRANCISCO. 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And Iha pnblle nonciallj-, tbo most complete assorUneBt 

FtTENITTJEE, 

IN THE 1FARKET, 

AT REDUCED RATES. 

Conntrj Orders sollellcd and promptly attondeil lo. 

N. E. GRIMES, 

No. i;-:u Oallery ■.,-., 1, 
CniBtES & FEI/TOS, )D end il Foorll tuna, be 



GREAT REDUCTION DV PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE IAR6EST STOCK 

....OF.... 

And will Sell Cheaper than any Honse 
in the State, 

Jfcjl Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

\LAMPS, 

OHIMNETS, 

WIOKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BUKNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TUEPENTINE, 
GOAL-OIL, 

KER08ENE OIL. 

COMET ALLUmNATrNQ OIL, 



LINSEED Oa, Eow nnd Boiled. 
POLAR OIL, 

SHARE'S OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 

*C. ic. A*. At.. ^ 



unllf,.! 






H. W. WADSWOHTH, 

AQBKT, 

Cor. Montgomery and Baoramento itieati, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

IDH I.Ml'fJIITfiHJF OF A> 

W CROCKERY, £lk 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and BrKaonla Ware, 



m Clock C 



SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 
) SAKSOUE STREET, CORNER JIEROaANT. 



WM, T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTB 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

u New York and San Fianouoo- 



@v c. e. eoMjaxa, @v 

'■■"'is; ->!..., .-„,„,,,- ., 11 .,,., i t"ilil 

American Watch Factory, 

^ WATCH REPAntlNQ 

© AT M MEW y O n K rRIC'Edl^ 



"^E^ OALHTOBNIAJABMBB. 



THS JLOWM1V. 



^ 



suiter's ckm 





du Ibuughl even 


this were better cm 


mi) 








tr how to ont off 
















ml 




pnrlnko with him. 


Ho 








you do." 










on-I iotorrupwa 






„■, rnl pti .,[|- 10S5 


ihcso questions as 


ulh 


eren- 




Yon sav yon 


hive no appetite fo 




,i.i.i,t 




on- long do lb 


so feelings of languor t. 


ndei 














'Ob I I generally feel better alter a 










lieingnt Ihc hnrpc 










rlwo, or somelimcj 


thre 





a gill of Port, of which try tan ar°u' 
nier Ihrae times a day. I will «° J™ 
-but now 1 must ron away—" nnd Dr. 
tied, leaving Mrs. Waldorfln a musing 

n look at the garden, lrhteli lay juit 



mplen 



id the pi 



Tne;< 



mdaw 



tiirdj lab 






The peasant's tool, tbo golden 

Chanced by the sun lo words of living green; 
This Is the scholar, wboso Immnrlal pen 
Spells the first lesson hunger taught to men ^ 



ciSm! ucjv.i 



graelou* mother, wooie benignant 


reasl 


Wabet ns lo life, and lulls as oil lo ml 




now thy eweet features. Had to o™y 




Mock with their smile the wrinkled fr 




Wo stain thy flowers— fhoy blossom o 




Wo rend thy bosom, and it gives os b 




O'er tbo red field that trampling strife 




Wares tin green plumage of thy Usae 




Om maddening conflicts seal thy falre 


slpla 


Still thy soft answer is tho growing: g 


am. 


Tel. our Slotbor. whilo uncounted e 




Steal ronnd our hearts in thine embrs 


lUg 


Lot not onr virtues in thy lore decay, 





. ynn take your airings alnnc ?" 
j— perforce, nlmost. There ore none o 
,ie friend, wbo can go with me. They drive 
out regularly, and lake children with the 
they have other objects; and one cannot 
acquaintance. So I go alone, which I 
tibllavnting." 



:rtainly, but sin 
... _.s direotloos implicitly. Shi 
taitl nod was soon digging very aoal- 
B lovo was spilt by the first effort, o 
a fashionably filled gloyo admits no 
ciso of the muscles— but all was of ni 



talis 



thu Httic oqun 
,.i] appeared, 
mnloymcnt, lira. W 






NEW COODSM 

KIEBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A LAB.BE SUPPLY OF FEW GOETOB. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, OR03 BE ZURICH, BLACK OROB QRA1H 
Rich Moire Antique! 
tfanoy, Plaid and Plain Silk*. 



, 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 

Is Now Ojon for Ihe Reception of Guests. 

mHTS HOUSE HAS ALL THB MODERN I«- 



READIKG AHD EXCHAHOE BOOMS, 
been Oiled upwith ■I"™'"' "' r "™™ 1 [ "ba""'"^ 

R u aws n OTA l mo ? a3a aV. B = h^aSt'iaa. tftk- 

— IIS. Also— 

A Brandi Telcgrapli Offlce, 



1 by these hills, whoso ban 



itiqaellc I soy not another word, doe 
where arc these friends nr palienla i 
ould bo boppy if I could offer any s 



>unl you were B' v > n G » 
,n dine at four, I belie 
but Mr. Waldorf is ofter 



which offered its shade invitingly near her. B 
■hu sank Into a pleasant reverie, as one can acar 
ly help doing- in a garden full of sweet flowi 
and eo pleaiant was the sense of repose after 
bor, that eha thought not of the lapse ol I 
until oho was startled by tho voice of Doc 
r returned from his visit and eiccodlogly 



carry nn clandcstin 



In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and lVoct Fantnssl, Poplin d' 
Plain Irish and French Poplin; 
Plaid do do do do 

plain and FigM Ottoman and Morli 

Bleb all- wool Plaids, Fronoh d 

Mohairs, Eplnglino, FoulanJ 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Cornei of Market, Battery, and Bnih streets 
SASf FRANCISCO. 



ROBE IMPEEATRICE. j^pS 



b CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



freedom, ai 


I mat 


cind, 


ogs Fpction 


shall 


uobln 


tbtt bond! 






"guards!" 


thob 
ftbe 


mblo 
and, 


in the sam 




land, 


Ibo shoots o 


trioni 


,hruo 



jl o'er tholi bills tho shoau of trlomph ron ; 

ho sword has rescued what tho plowshare won I j 

SKETCH OF A CASE. 
Or a Physician Extraordinary. 



Docroa It sat. alono in hii stndy when ( 

"Mrs. Waldorf, sir," and the doctor laid 



c and thirty, with BnDiei. 
t loo spirited on oyo to pi 



ned, that 
;h op D n i 



', if 1 lake it (oo st 
1 1 indifferently, you 



The uoet. 
a still gre 

WulJuffi r 



it by tbo night-Inn 
.nqnlrics eitcnded 



cliarming jour garden 
Inches of ground, but 



.e done by yon 
cerlainly; bu 
I will hold my 



ned you si 



InFDES, 




Fur Cloalu, 

Eur Mantillas, 
Fur Tippets, 
Victorlnos, 
and Fur Collars, and Cufls— Hew. 

....WE HAVE RF.CEIVED...- 

DIREOT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FUB OUR- TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUR KAUE, 

IRISH LUSTEISTS, 

SHIRTINQ LINEN. 

LINEN SHEETING, 

Llocn Damask. Cloths nnd Napkins, 

And Lin on Cambria Handkerchief). 



THIS HOTEL IS BEING ALTERED AND IH- 
proved, and will heronf 
PEAN PLAN. Board! 



■ smiled ns if he thought Sir. 1 



T>T&. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

620 CLAY STRET, bet. MoDlgoniery £ Kearny. 

Examinations in r egard to Health—Free, 

Hero all who doilre may nbtalo correct Ph rondo gicol 
uamlnalions, nilh Charts (sooh as oscd b r Fonlo. 

" v..'. ,i",iin fir Hidronalhic and Hygloolo Medication 
y Disoaw knoxn toman, aoin- 

■".:.r,.. u - llru.: MtJicali'..!!. Tti.it 



nan Rofcolril 
ittdlnlbo m 



. This I 



rnlshed mealt at 
loref Market sin 



sljle, 



satisfy 



ippllcd with 

iarylnVnryof the soasow. This Depart moot will be 
ntiroly diiti net from tho Hotel, Ihouflh oponiait from It, 
ELEOANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

As woll as Single Rooms for Transient Patrons. 
Tbo location of this Hotel is unsurpassed, ororlookini; 
piOJ pools, with 



ind tho I 



on dine; 



untry. 



COLDEN EACL'E 

Corner Seventii and K strceis, 

SACRAMENTO. 



1 abor— eflo t t—s ne r IE ce- 
ss the unchanging prii 
Mrs. Waldorf waa ooi 
IQUBands of la J !■.■:- in "U 



bsppirn 
Dooto 



taking Urn. W 
tbougb there 



"They are s{ 
go with approl 



indnnd E> T ' 



be said, 
i look of 



"Voo look well, 
a slight Unccidity about the eyes, 
. rnddy a nether lip na one might 
bat is it T" 

and things, doctor ; my health is 
:ast 1 sometimes think so; I baye 
iljide— nnd«ucnflimi=ringjnt my 



uf future cti 
tick I complnli 
1 dread lcat di 






-;..;,:;". 



Shall 1 travel 
on bread and 
Waldorf shoo 



!. Passlro happiness I what n drea 
R wns at Ihe head nfbia prnte: 

nown at tbo bnipitalB. Ho thoogl 
re lira. Waldorr, but ho hinted tbi 
sVould find her bnt a pnor patient. 
In not wiEb Mr. Waldorf to know yon are 
r care lest he should object to yonr neg- 
aj remedies-" 

ndoed doctor, I shall bo very faithlul I Try 
an cannot prescribe anything too difficult, 
iha Pyramids barefoot, and live 



I'li.K- U,r..n- IH.Mll'.HI'.A. 

siii'A'ii":;, v.\iiic»E tn'-i 

0R03IS01 ' " ■ ■- ' 

0^nlT'painV^ii"i"^^rV 1 i."]V,,V-V'A>l,\Ull'!-l.> :.. 
llg.otPbuklans woll tno»ro>oll from rh. ■ i, ■ .M 

P.^oXut'oil'l'-'-' ". ' ! I I ■ ■ ■ ..■ l -'[,.iiii.r. s .io.lJl.oa.ai 1 ner 
{„l|r,,rf„„„ [Le.-ir.'.'UnMIs I • - -i ,!tji--.r I iv.n ■.:'.!■■ M. ■ 
,..M„, 1.- .,ili-t -iv -j for tbo last il 

"By The 1° p"™™ of our ESTABLISH HENTa i 
alM^KKllii U U'/i. r rs\ t 'V:'i*!AL[il^a-e.t|.tculiarloMal. 

■..I,..il.. r --.'.'l 1 I'.-s <"ll 1!' >:;["'. ili.ii nro Iroatod by n 

LT ri'r:t' e iV^iVil. , ii , l : '■■-ill L'i" ' Health lo.lltolo. 
I, Suitor itrcvl. bot"e^n Monuomary and Kaau 



THIS HO' 
"Homof 
Tho Proj 



KEEY BYKNE & CO., 
No. " Montgomery, 











, I am 


always very m 


is foil 


f dull 


aio, eapeoially a 


lips are 


parcht 


; I find it a 


dress n 


yiielf, a 


d never have 


tlte for 


breakfast." 


"Ah 
fast aa 


ladee 


';n:y 


"W 


Jokol 


a rule to he in 


lesa-w 


bappe 


to *o eogngad 



," Bald Docloi 



;rable. My head 
nut the eyes. II; 
T-eat eieitioa t 
s I lightest appi 



.a of old. She had ot 



.in 'L i.fi --. .1. 
'[ ™y " 'lljulon. 



cifL ii.-'t'Lli.T uilli iLir.l iro.-vliuonl uii.l .tL"i|.li'i^. in 
ttl. ■:■ lia'..il ■ ..f hi.-, th.it iv..ul.l |.ulitlil.jllv I- Si ■ .■ I. 

t niilr I J oat ease. 

Utiorsof taqulry promi.lly an.-oied and Cir 
■enL UARLOVf .[. SMITH, M D. 

23 Pbyilalan and Surg 



NOBCROSS'. 

MES. I>. NORCBOSS 
Ho. 5 Montgomery etreet, 

In lio Kow Maionlo Ttnjtla W PHANC1SGQ. 

LADY'S DEPARTMENT. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

I ni; tho oo It logulni 
.nalnSaoFraaolsoo. 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

The Original P. P. Stewart 1 

Fnc-l Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

COOKING-STOVE 

"Wood and Anthracite, or Bltaminons Coal. 

'llh How and Extra- Largo Flues, and by the Aildllii 
of tho oolobraled Pate nt Uou blo-sbeot llotiotuPluo 

Attention Is ludlod to the followlog points of sapor 

lit," D nam 1 1. 1 1 r— Lasllojr, with nronercaro, atloa 

2d, Mask fact on i— Every portion of tho Slovo 
lorooebly conrtrunod. Each Slovo Is submitted lo 
rltloal tost, nnd none leavo oor works unless cotoploto 
a. I inertly fmiilicd. 

3M, OaMcitv— ^aSinf, bolllnn, broSHnc, roastin 

too" ° 

lib. Ecor=o»v— Savins tbo east or tbo Slovo in 01 

. ,ri„ II,. ,...„, offjol. 

Blh, Vbntilatiom or H bat.— In tbo Stewart Sto 
.lono. the front doon open directly Into tbo oven Ipi 
ootod by Intlors iialont), . t.rurni.- a .lii.T .|,,n tin. .u. 



iltesofRooi 

wommodatlon',1 

jiatisDodandf. 



ind Slot 



mo that shall always be aeeoplablo and 
tat may favor him with n call. 
iccom nodal Ions by means of spacious 
for Tauiliu, and by'receut onlarjed 



and froi 






. TABLES will be 
tin affords, 
el to tbo Sailread 
If Chargi 



all night. 

MS- Connected with tho Hotel is a Pirn-proof STABLE 
eiprowly for tho ante of Hones and Carriages of tfct 
Patrons of tbo'Uomo 

E. £J. CALLAHAN, 

10 PftOPOJETOR. 



noon n.i.hr.,: 

In tho c- 



IBljlo Roods 



I her blood. 
Tbe doctor i 
nd his boot t 



'Wb hare nothing liho a regn 
re snclalily'e sake wo have a 
>ut ten- I take nothing bcyo 



ir supper, but fnr 
ray brought up 
d a bit of chick. 



cb might be of ess 
itb afleaii. You 
bicb I cultivate 

Might I venture 
■.1 speak off Itll 
nt in the corner, I 

tainly— bnt had I 
n man Is going an 



my si 



nrld t 



UNDER LINEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING. 
And all deilrablo Goods In ear lino. 

D. NORCROSS, 
MASONIC RECALI A, 

-jS? MLLITAEY C03TTJHEB, 

gfg BAJJNERS, Etc, 

.1 ,'l.hl iry Bqulp- 



Twenty-five Cents! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

lo. 64D CLAY BTRBET..,S*S' PI1ANCISC0. 
FOB SB CENTS. 

ALL STYLES OF FANCY CASES OB LAROE SIZS 
proportionately low, and aarraotod tho best. 

PliotograpbN for S3 por Doze"' 






. ...r,., 






Us, Llffhu, 



Ulh, KBTU1 CoNTfltl to " Ilea t— Tbo boa 



l^|-...il.>lll-,..|.„,..l;o.. l i...,ii,, |h„ ,..„,, 

'"d 1 rh W ni " ! C " M1 , '"" u '" , BU i'i" led L J luo 

' lUtb, Wjtji »*"«— An orraneeioont foi 
jalltioi' Soo Ihui tho r.ini,, .,[■ ]■ '(■'''.■'. j-j i' 

■tllio M.toufaotilli.i j,i„ ..a u ;,..■[, ni.ni, t -; r , L 

„„ .„_ , OA1.EB St. BIO 

y.jm -IK Ivuirny. !,.[ i ,i ] | MI ,. ., 



GOLDEN -PROP WHEAT. 

I. r. 71-1...' T [!:,.,■ in wni.'[.l'"li.ij WhMf'^i^l'iJa" 



Larei 



I f'tli-.r. 



■.tbo I 



.. . < ii, , -"iir'-'i".-.i'.;7v.-Vii'iii-f >"■' '■■ 

'Ilium lH.t.I. ■.-.■: ..„!■, | vll,:, c..|.|,. i In i; ,1,.11-ir -W 

larger onmallorsiiesinprtportionr 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 

Wo B uarnntoo nnd solicit tbo biijbost older of work al 



«,.£,.. 



Beirnre or Impoxlcra 1 1 

fho publlo are nolinod thai Ibii li the only G> 
rnof tbo name. K..ii,„ !)„■ ni.,rhlo tl^-.^l;' 
otnltbOEOHUH 11. "" 



The Magic Time Observer, 

TJK1NG A lirNTlNOAND OI'EK FACE. OR l* - 

One of tho |ir'i>iiLuni, in'... t .-..",'.', i.ii-n^ ..oil d« iJ ''!|J 



KHUBABB AND A8PAEAGU8 EO0T3. 

20.000 OIANT ASPA11AGU3 BOOTS, or larn >Ue 
per 1.000 T " aa "' " e " "°° ai J "' Prf«B3J 

Alio 1,000 Viotoria Ehubard Eoots, 

wbioh .111 ylnu „ Crop u» First Yen,. Prion, 83 per 
eaab* BtaV ° BI0 . ,r " rlh ' part Ion li 



(bos. JS 

Q 11 "-" .'"" '" V,|M| '- ■' l| - ■■'''■ ■■'■' l,y ■ ',',"',' ■.'d'.^' 1 

lo adv,-.t, to ° ",?,'i',.' ".■'.' , :"!-'.,ii. r ,V"i ] !'i'm"inj;oln ,M 

HUBDABD BB0S A Co Sola lajfOWHJ,. 



A Grand Chance. 



nulclil, at 



Cood DuilnOi 
rallon Sample Si'"""' ?S fl « B ' P 

.11. i.>r,].ir.-, .„,r """i", iml « l-'.-nl 






THE CALIFOENIA IF ARMEK . 



BOWBK BROTHER, 

WHOLESALE AM) EETAIL DEALEH8 IH ,«£JpS3i 
STAPLE AND SBL5GT FANCX fJ-t^M 

GEOCEEIES,' 
5^F Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 




OF EVERT KHSTXJ, -AT LOW PKIOBS. 
RUionlsr BtlenUon 1. always tfno 1= the selection of oor slock of Goods. Many artloh 



prepared n, 
SPECIALITIES, for nor 

FAMILY *P .Ei .A. I> JE3 , 

seen AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE, and all other choice kinds. 

TEAS of Iho very choicest, selected with the greatest enro, for Family Use. 
SUGARS, put" RcGned, Crushed, Powdered, nod every choice variety. 

PRESERVES, Jollies, Jams, Dried Frail of all kinds. 
SPICES innumerable and for every uae. SIRUPS of the very choicest. 
BUTTER &. CHEESE from (he moat celebrated Dairies; also, choicest Eastern. 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, too very purest, taki 



.) thoj, 



lo Wine 



or for Hediaii 



f superior quolity. 



ONELESS SARDINES, a real lulury. SPANISH OLIY 

HERKIMKR COUNTY CHEESE, superior to any Cbeeao in ibe cunuirj. 
USTQ-OT-OHTEi'S ISABELLA -A-ISTD CATAWBA. WIKTBS, 
Beth Sparklw S nod Still, especially for Family Uso. 
olhor nrtiolo needed in Ihe Culinary dopartoaont of Iho HMmhoW, and tho usual Family 
luVub"<Ii«^T patmoatro. To nidi 



COOK'S Sn&flR EVAPORATOR, 

First Premiums at Thirty National and Elsto Fair:. 

THE ONLY RELIABLE EVAPORATOR!! 

" nWnt i.l'-!l.V Hi- |,r,- T,l hl.'i <''" l ,f™'£ l *° B ' 

3.000 T. 






lllrtCllsd wlih earn and illspob: 
Qnr friends from the Cuuntry th 
pinra of eirlaco. Every Ordor to 
Koifee our address — 



nitAScn store— nui 






icd 10 with iho 









l.nl.o I 



.:■■: ill,.,: 



EOWEN BROTHER, 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 



FIRE A^JXT) LIFE. 



OFFICE— So rib west Corner Huntgoiiierv and Sacramento streets. 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 ! ! I 

LIFE DEF^IRTiMCEjVT. 

ASSETS OYER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF KTE^W YOKZi 
Parch/ mutual. The anlij mhj Stn& Company in America ahott Charter pronida that all the profits thill 

PolieiH huned at Mi A tenor without iho njoal delay of secdlne; oppplieotlons to New Ynrk. 
Reiidsoca In California, Ore«m, and Noma's Territory, and trnult lo and from tho Stales to California 
llbont oiira obsrgo, Diilileodj applied lo payment of Premiums or added lo polioy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF ECARTEOEID, OONN : 
Residence In California Free of extra charge. 
i 60 per esnt Dividends annually, and the Aiiorod oao If he deiiroa give a note for 



ece-Ii ilf tho r 



i and Pampbloli ooutauitai full detail! of Iho »i6iorn of Life Insurance, can ho Iiad ii Iho A E eacy. 

The Cheapest and Best Life Insurance Company in the World ! 



JF"IXtE X>F3I»^JElT3yiEiVgr. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HA.KTFOKrj, GONjH" ; 

AB8ETS, 651,000,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOB THE SEODRITT OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
[HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK 

ASSETS, 81,600,000! 

Letters of Cx-edit fox- $i£4.-0,000. 

^ Washington lire Imrarauce Co. Becurity Fire Insurance Co. 



Park Fire Insurance Co. 
Phenii Fire Insnraai 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Co. 



Board of JEteferences ; 

FIIED'K BILLINGS. Esq. j. p. FLINT Esc, 

HENRY? CARLTON JR., of Vli„,' Poabody £ Oo. 

of W. T. Coleman £ Co. LOUIS McLANE, Esq.. 

ANDREW B. PORBES.-Esq., of WoIIb, Kur E o 4 Co. 

T( >„. ° r Pwb * & B »>»»<*- 0. B. POLHEMOS. Esq.. 

JOHN H. REDINGTON. Esq., of Alsop * (Jo. 

t r, „.„,-/" ^.'"S""! * Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

J. D. KITTLE, Esq., San jiVaDGlKo 

of Duwitt, Kitllo k Oo. 

BIGELOW BROS. 



| THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

TIKE. "l«ES^jj.IiESH.,« 

■ TWO epLEHDID NEW AND IMPROVED STOVES 



The BAY STATE and other Btovw, 

VTIthaUrseuurUnoctor 
""> f"W T1S-WARE, Enameled and 

""■"' "t'-'N-WAUi:, .'(il-TKK.MH.LS, 1 
BAKE-MVESS, SAD-IRONS, 
*c. kt. io. 

r< .1" ,' B «*5r AUSTIN, 



Bee^ Keeper's Directory. 



reUiJbDiS ** 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 

AHD TUB ■Ti.r:nrirn.r> 




CELEBEATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For »sale By 

A. P. BRAYTOW & CO., 




FOR SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 



The Best Location For 
RESIDENCES. 

having laid out hv rnopEjiTy, wnicn is 

CIT.Y OF SAN JOSE, 
Into Lots and streets, 

To some of tho best men and families of San Franelsco. 

Five no* Hooiofhavo Jost been bnllt, and Famlllon 
are livint in (hern Olhcrj «'» h .iopnriiiL- I" ''U-l-l Ii." 
,...,:.,:,,- ,.-in ihi. ■:!!■.« Hi>( '!■■< IcoatioD h« been 
■l,,| r,',;.u I. .,.,1 in r.,n TI1KRF. 1- NONE BEITER, 
In Ibe whole lowq. I iolood lo (ell 

About Ten Lota more-'- Cheap, 

and then raise the price. Terms and tlioof Lola tosnlt. 

ryTITLE WABRANTED PERFECT..^ 
I,. PBBVOBT, 



ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 
A Tract of Land, 



ii Horn o] toad Auoolatlen 
utho 



r pity. Tho 



.11,7 tin 



UNIVERSITY MOUND SURVEY, 

..n.i .|<<ii <...<> in Dame from the fuel Ihat the Director! [ 

111., 1 :..iv.. r -ir v C-ilkL-'- li.n-o ,,-l^.rr.-.l u -ilo uf :ib„ 
f.unlv ucr." in Hit c.,M.,r.,e ll„. 1 1 ..,-. f:.r llr.ir t'..]l,j 
Buil.iine nnd I'.iri! TliiJ |.:-|^rlv i> [.w, I,., .nil. 
ih..i...r.v .■.■.,r..||...rlin,l,i. m.rl...', »n I il . I, ,-.■■ ii.,i, . 

■ demand i".t |.ln,:--'ir io-i lir.-o Tl... 



I- ,■■.■. il! ir 
..l.-.n 1-r.iii! 



e thoy 



No. 128 Sangome street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK... _SAN FRANCISCO. 
DEALEne IN ALL Kir.;..- OF 

S T Q "V" E S , 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

BOUSE-FURNISBINO GOODS, iO. 
....ALSO.... 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

B HALLER'S & 

I Fatont ^.ii'tisJit Si 

FRUIT-JABS, 

Iho only abtolntoly reliable Jar lo use. 
Iiwoiti,™ Both Block. No. 123 San-ome street, 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE I 




J. P. COCCSWELL, 

Manufaclnrer 

COOKING STOVES. 

TIHWJEE, H4RDWAEE, Etc., 

Ill CLAY STREET, 

Dttwcd Dramu aod D..1. Street.. 
SAN FBAKCtSCO. 



Splendid Hops for Sale! 






UNION FARM 

AND PLANTATION 

M X JL, L, s . 

THE BEST MILL 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

BOLE .A-GENTS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



FOK SALE. 



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by 11 






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Farm for Sale. 

TURBB HUNDRED ACRES FRONT- xan. 
Ins; 3 lili= of a rnlte on iho ColumfaitiffSp 
Rivor, twenty miles bolow Portland Ore-2s^ 



or lurehoriOB and conveolonl (o xate 

KNAPP, BURRELL & CO., 
310 WublDgloo it., .= ..., IV ,;,.-,. -. 



A Pretty Littlo Gardon-Spot. 



j[3|j 



Bnninesa Partner Wanted in C 
Produce Bnsinos.,. 

ACAREFPL, EnorBe'io Bu.|no,.i nui 
nltotbo l'1-...lu-..- Ku.ii,.,-', I, ,ri 0i: 

VJl-lSI. :.Ti,|,-..,„|.l..!. ! lv i,...|f.,,| .IH., ,,, 






ii bynddreBincA.B 



ESTABLISHED 18SO- 

AGENCY 

op tub 

Mission Woolen Mills 



PAUILY BLANKETS, ■< 

StACKINAlV " 
B0 ABLET " 



8 LONG. SHAW 1,3, V 



tteEiI ,^Mliillj «li|,i rt l i it 5 tmji'. of tiio Faeiile Cwll'i 



r R E 91 1 IT 01 

3M art>l e_W o j? 2x. s , 

P. J. DEVINE, 
Corner of E and Sixth ttreets, 

SAORAMENTO. 

IIARBLE MANTLES, OHATK.i, MiiNKMKSTS 

Tamil nnd Grnvo-Slonea, Talile ami i\„„.t, .. ' 

Tops, Marble nnj Freenlono Tiles 

I7.it,..li.i.lly..,n b.i.i.J, r.ri.1 Lqrv.Jo n, ,. r jnr„ n „»„„.Li, 



■Ctarg SSjfrniiJerg. 



Eliciting Fight witb a Grizzly. 
Tiro men, nniued Christie and Wilson, keep a 

Meadows, on tho Big Treo Rand to Carson Valley. 
At this eensoo of the jcar tho it-bole aurrounding 

rond cbobed up and impaHEablo ivilli slow, nnd 
nothing left Tor tho few residuals to do but read, 
sleep, eat, boot, and mako Eros. Indeed, none 
hot tho most adventurous nnd courageous tronld 
consent to soch a life. Such men being Messrs. 
Christie and Wilson, they on the 12th Of January 
went outnmDug tho woods and thickets to set nnd 
ball some traps for foiea — silver grays, and valua- 
ble for their fur. They separated, and Christie 
had not gone far in his direction, till bo entered a 
Ihickot, ivliero, and irlthin 20 feet of him, bo flaw 
a large grlitly bear, stoically seated on bli ramp 
and indifferently eyeing Christie, who trying Inef- 
fectually to look the bear not or countenance nt 
last backed out himself, and berried lo camp after 
arms. Securing n rifle, an ax, and bis partner, 
Christie returned. Tho bear was in nearly tbe 
same plnco and In tho soma position. At tbe dis- 
tance of Glteen yards Wilson raised nnd fired. 
But slighlly wuundod, bruin charged furiously on 
the enemy. Christie being most plainly In sight 
was Ibe parly attacked. Calling to Wilson to 
show fair play, be threw asido his gnn, and as the 
grimly mnda a rush for him, struck ont with the 
ai and sliced off the bear's lelt ear, at thu some 
tlraolikean "artful dodger," slipped out of the 
reach of the coeuy's paws. The second round 
was somewhat more spirited on each side. Drain, 
enraged at Ihe shameful mayhem ho bad suffered, 
roared with rage, and pitched nt his Antagonist 
like n thunderbolt, as soon as bo could turn about. 
It was of nn avail. His paws and tusks both 



.] ilii.ii 



e Chris 



or his bind Ifgs. That was a strategic blow thai 
would have dclighlcd the gcoeral of Iho Mackoral 
brigade. Bruin was crippled, nnd tbe gamo nt 

much ogniusl him. Like tbe Old Guard, at Water- 
loo, bo stood up la tbe ruck, however, and fought 
wilb all (be energy of rage and despair. Il was 
nil in v., in, his fate was fixed. Another cbup of 

him. Christie was victorious without a scratch, 
and boar meat is oow plenty at the Big Meadow's 
h oial .—[Stockton Independent. 






•mpUd It 



ked him with his drawn sword. 
ir, go back lo your rcgiiueot, you infernal 
; you are not wounded." "For heaven's 
mo pass," implored Iho fugitive ; "I know 
1 wounded, but I am fearfully demoralized." 
city of this appeal won the day. Thu Firo 
ras allowed to go ns fnr from under Iho 



lotbouinlghtyd. 



K'ilu.tq Siui,.; lo cumpi'ic wilh tbeir nrlicle, Ibo 
II A L AXLE-GREASE baa now ncquircd an 
unriraled rcpuluiiou, encoding llirougliuut tho 
length nnd brcnUii of l.':iliiurm.i, u.^on, and tho 
niOubburiug Territories. 

Hut whilst the subscribers rclurn their grntaful 
..tLi.uwkiilgcrucrnj lo a discerning public, who 
have so largely pulronijed [bom, [her i.l:-t. nuiti, in 



crtics any similnr material from Ihe Eastern 
Stales. It Is beped that now effuru miiy be put 

may won bo independent of ail ftinign supply, 



Inch may hereafior bo Imported. 

BUCKS A LAMBERT, 

MitlOPlOTOIUKO CUEUIBTS, 



•an* rnt,TTos! 

ffi^i To My Country Friends : 

C. FRENCH MCHAHDS, 
DRUCCIST AND CHEMIST. 



■ ,'., .:,.,: .' 'll'u 'tll'e e." U.3 



THE CALIJOBNUJAEMES: 






Cije ftakrti. 



W&olosalo Pioduoo Roport 

SUi reprMenU llo prices paid trjr (ho dewier W ""> 
[Cos™io]«*cUv,tiT A.ILToOBa:Co.,No IV 11 ' 

Ocn drain and Produce Markel coolit 
motive— minora nnd shlppai 



■WhM' 



and Bit! 



ig Invert 
find rcadv Bain for both o: 
i. The goocs-al teoor ofll 



TVe nolo another ebartor, to loud Brendslalfs f« Lir- 
erpool, Tin: the btrk Moonbeam. Tbo clearance of 
Grain nod B rends In fr-lndon vessels, Ibo last ™*. 
proves conclurivolj U»l shippers have nol been Idle. 
Ibo Golden Nceco and Agra, (or U'"!" 01 ' ,00,t fo11 
targets, u follows : The Golden Flaoco, in (bo remark. 
»blo short period of leas then a ™k, look on board 
32,336 (ki Wbcnt nnd 1230 bbls Floor in ska, beiido S3 
lags .liter ore. Tba Agra also look M.iSJ gki Wheat, 
and 1M csks tallow. Tbo Alerta, for Shanghai, took 
13S0 bbls Floor, 200 cJ bread, 100 ca California Wines, 
50 bbls Crushed En gar, 242 ika Oata, nod saO.ksof 
TVbcnL Ibo Charlotte Andrews, for Now Zealand, 
took MS* lis Oata, 1411 aka Wheat, and »ii axs Bar. 

From a perusal of Ibo Produce eiporle, it is resdllj 
aeon ibit Ibo orders on tbo market, being flllod, aro 
large, and tint tbo foreign dotoond !i heavy. All gnel 
10 prove Ibat oar surplus of Grain and Floor !> wauled, 
»ndlc«cs tbo improsaion tbat preieat prices will bo 
in stained. 

Oor Prodnco Receipts for Ibo last nook have been 
liberal, and Ibo bulk or tbo offering! have- foond rood* 
buyers. Tbo Ilaj market continues abont Ibo same— 
no ebango lo nolo. Potatoes aro in largo sopply at 
loir prices. Beans aro doll In absence of demand. 
Cora, Rje, nnd Buckwheat nnivo sparingly. Bran, 
BborU,and Middlings, and all tbo ofTnll of oor mills, 
£ Dili ready sale at retnoneratlvn prices. 

Our receipt! of Produce from around tbo Say for Ibi 
past neck have been aafollons: Wheal t5,3P-0 f>ks> Bar- 
ley 9105 eke, Floor 1233 qr-aka, Oata 1000 ska, Potntoe! 
1127 ska, Beam 22(1 sks, Hoy 62 tons, Bruo 128 »ks 

Alio, Coastwise; Oala 936 iks, Potatoes 104$ tks 
Bailor 13 sks, and Wheal 473 ska. 



BY CONTINENTAL THLEQRAFH. 

DATES TO FEBRUARY 20lh. 
ni moll notoble events of tbe pasl rrcefc M given 
i the (allowing dlspotches nrc, tbe final passage 
of tho conscription bill in Congress; tbonppoiol- 
itbl of Judge Field lo n Supreme Judgeship; 
und the capture by tbo rebels of ibo mm Queen 
if the West, which Intel/ successfully run Ibo 
blockade ill Vickshurg. 

dispotch rroto Looiavillo, Feb. 25lh, snvs: 
eaoiling stalemonu bore been in eircu lotion 

Ibo fhci thoi 30O rebel cavalry, under Lerov 
Glark, had entered Richmond, Ky., on Sunday. 
They stayed two hour* and llien passed through 
Winchester, where a. skirmish with a alight loss 
or.cnr.cd, oftcr which the rebel cavalry cleared 
ont in tbo direction of Mount Sterling, nnd every- 
thing is quiet in Ibo vicinity of Frankfort nud Lei 
iogton, and no apprehensions nro entertained. 
Washington special dlspotch soya Gen. Hooki 
has arrested thirl y deserters who have been trli 
nnd sentenced to be shot. Gen. Hooker approvi 
end will eienolo tho sentence. This is ionugurn 
Ing a system our ortny has long sadly needed. The 
sudden riso of seven per cent on gold, the 24 ' 
was begun by Ihe cunvlction in Wall street 11 
the aelion on Ibo Bnanca bill would be likely 
resull in the further Issue of legal lenders. II 

of our vessels below Vicksburg, nnd culminated 
In a speculation and bulling of tba leading Wall 




Hoes— Stock JJogt 2 lo 31c; fat Hogs Do foot 
Ic; Bre-sd Tc@8o. 
SF.mo.1— drc = L-l. Jed,:-, n.---,:rliugto quality. 
Minn Cows— 1st quality S20@JiO; 3d qnality 



Setsil Prieea nl Waahingtcm Mnrkat.— Feb. ff 



Bloektrfirlei . . .. 



C.-..n^lGp-?f 

Dnckt, com.. s*palr 6 



b Apples.. ..^ta..' 
e'lpple.."'' .. each 



-n<1e 


■ lest probable. Tho House dii 




lonsc 


riplion Bill, on tho 24th, and a 


midnight 




that tho debate should termina 


at 1 yca- 




one honr lo be devoted to vo 


ng on the 


voted 


menu without debate, and the 
on withnut further preliminaries 


bill will bn 


A largo Beet ol boats left Uempbia 


on Snnda; 


morn 


ng, for below. One of our gn 


n boats has 




iulo Lake Provideoce', where sh 






with a large number uf neg 




rrea 


n the narrow passages, lo obstt 


ct tho pro 




of our boats. We are assured 


by officers 


direr. 


from Young's Point, Ibal tha ht 










A dispo tchfroro Jefferson, Mo., Feb.25 


says : Qov 


Gnro 






rnm| 


anying certain rcsotntinns rccen 


ly adopted 


by tb 


e New Jersey Legislature, asking 


Missouri to 




on for tbe 






""i 


n endued. Tho resolution recc 


cd on un- 


mere 


ful handling fenm the members. 


and a rcso 



lendratot, thai nil per- 
bcllion acting as spies 
.pa tbull be tried by n 



nboutfortiucat 

general oonrl-L.-.- 

death, wai adopted. Sir. Ooi tooted 



adopted ihul tbe President sbull not appoint noy 
cjcept Jor gallant ond meritorious serrico In Ihe 
fj.'l.i by nvoloofSl lo 41, nnd the bill tl,.-n [.:■-,!- 
cd w'lc 31 TboScuatcbill for proi-i.iii,- i.-ir- 
cuil t'oiirli for iliutri,-i- in (.'.itiforniii and Oregon 
passed. Tbe bill provides for nnolbor Assooiato 
Judec of the Supreme Court, Mr. Lntbam called 
up the bill for the snr.ey and sale of certain lo- 
dinu Reservnlinn, in Cilifuniin, which passed. 

Kr.wYonK, Feb. 26th.— Sterling Eicln.iij.-e 1 hi. 
ffiI87i. Gold unsettled, opening at B0@63j and 
closing «e«dy«7l.Jf.r7i;. Governments—'" 
witbDul decided chnngc-Siies of T B1 regis 
100, Cbartcr Coupons 121|, Seven- thirties 1 

EonortiK.— The slcamcr Sumter had left Gib- 
raltar, destination unknown. Tho ship Q 
Griswold, with food for Iho Lancashire soil 
arrived at Liverpool on the Sth. On en term 
Mcraey she was received with a salute of en 
from tho Fort, nnd dipping oT colors. Ii 
French Corps L>gislaiifT, tbu opposiiii.il == t r ■ ■ n k I v 






FARM STOCK, &o. 

Fine Auitlrallan Mc- 
l _ M _ i-hiu Hlicep. 

BOUT F1VK HUNDaF.U FUt-L-BI-OOD BtJSTHAI 



Italian and Common Bees, 

iijrgiUOR SWARMS 



.;■■>■' 






j. Full-blood Merino Slieep. 

MF p 0[ -., n . n L-hb:r Full-hlc-.d Merino Sboep ea 
f£3Bseouro a good bargain by al'P^n^to «, b 

!h"raet«£r"a^ 



Full-Elood Dnrham Stock. 



k, o( perfisl pedlirroe>. wurtiiy tbj atlonllon of lho>o 
dolrs w find ibo >ery brat I.W. Tho pedujreei wo 



jugatioo, nor to any foreign po-.v.ri ; 
io)i l.'i... I.i-.iv. triur l.ir till- loynl and pi 
eipti/.-r-fii) in bis mil 



issued his initrue- 
in Ibn country It 
1st, in specie, a]: 
from foreign coon- 
bat under tbe ei 



n Ihe fleet at Ticks 
m of tbo roport of tb 
of tbe West oo Re. 






.a they have speedy relief, of a 



a lBth, was a spirited one. The mortar boat 
inuk is po-.-iiion nitbin easy range or Vk-fcsburg, 
nod directly opposite the point from lh. ir [.rii...i- 
jul bntUriet. Ii in) o td lately commenced Qring, 
mast or Iho shell being directed at the rebel 

limes. The extent of ihe damage orennrju la nol 

for aomo lime, but without doing nny damage. 
Tteporta of till cur npiTnliuna nrjunil there nro f»- 
vorabli: 1" lbs mcce-. of the tumil by the way of 
Lul:. i rV.vidcnre, which i-j .-i,i„iil,Ti'.l ns ecrtain. 
> A report conic-.- lu Wisshiiigion, rin Sew Mesicr,, 

that tbe French, B, truiiu, hud captured Guay- 

mas, and ffere marching oo liennosillo. Tho 

byint Iit.iI, .« itii: time aince. 

Accounts from Port Royal, the 201h T say : No 
movement of ttoops hud occurtd, uud ihe he.Ulll 



DHAKA'S FLAHTAIION BITTERS 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

ngB i^tajiTOjticisoca. ^^ 

AT THE HIOHEST MAKKET RATES, 

R. FEUEHSTEIN & CO., 

313 FRONT STREET. 



Tbcj porifi ll 



to Dyspcptla and OoaltlpUlon. 

at ie«»rd 10 ago or tlrao of liny. Pnilici 
r« h DroJCUU, Hotels, and Saloons. 



RABCHE & SONS, 



FI ANOFO RTE S, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Strings, &c„ 

A«ola Torino Colebmtod .M.-iiiur.ie!iin I r.., .1 II .Onlo 
.'. IV. ;."„.= V". rhi i.; .'!■-.■ i. I'>n!.,-M|,lii:ij T. Itill-jtt, 
lk.;t..n; WL-.-e I'i:,i . - ihey kc t] . L -in;iantlyon band, 
f. Jf .-.ILL ...i:l f.,r REST. 

Thry bare tho lor(D<t atock or well selected Sheet 

H.i.i,- ■ nn'l II- h.in ■-.., 1 r. . n- i ■■.->, and ills coa- 

f[..„ll, ii..;|.:...-..| U f.t-.b :,.,L,..|. ,.|lh <.■.,-.> imhih 
fr.r., t h"|.n.ioi|, il i.ul.li 1. i- ii, ll,., i:.-l They have a 
full -. n .|.H Ir II, .j |. II. ..,-.u,- .-, LiiL-,.1 ..ii,-im: V|..liri iiii-.I 
I'lir.,,. ll,,:.- „,. I l'i.m.,, V,,U„.-,n.| Huli.-.r. Hula nnrl 
null ir, PiaM and tiulioi, Drats Bood small and largo, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

.M u -i.:,.- r .l.-i .1.1,1 :,rri.n.i,H f.,r .ill in.tromenls ; Kotf 



Sutter-street Stables. 

F1RE-FROOF BRICK BUILDING. 



W. J, WHITING & CO., 

LIVERY, SALE, anil BOARDING 

STABLES, 

■ street, between Montgomery nnd Snnsotno. 



The Largest nnrl Beat Ventilated Stables 

in Iho oitv. 
All Horses entrusted h> us »!ll receive tbe best can 
,1 ,ir„[,ii,.n t-.- Ll.ii'o Pri;kod nnd Docked lo tbi 



grenily improved dnci|.lin 
enciuj, i-tii.lurin^ = u|i[jlip» 



tfore known. Eipe. 
ul forojs n R ninal the 
nd gaining vnluuhl< 
of iRiiircl.nc good! 






...fa.. iaiLe(ii uq 



TONGUES! LIVERS! HEMTS! 

L. MILUER &. CO., 
jVon. ■>'.* and OO WastilDBtou niarkel 



n are rapidly diminish 
3 f mails going to Ittch 
. rtM heretofore Hu[iri=lii 
Onr scouting s/stem is ndmii 



•rol'l J.l„l|,.,,..f l','lll,,r„i',i, hiis he. .1 

5. Circuit Judge for that Sluio, Tit 

Ii was undcrilood that as soon as 

lion I, III bi.il passed the House, thrr. 
..,11 lur ei^lii hundred tbuU!=,>od troo| 



BEEF, HT3TI0N, AMD VBAI, 

ot ihofinoitooalltiM. 
ORSF.1) BBEP-Bi Iho barrel nod half bonol, 

'.|..i;i |. iii:l , l- , -r;.,«f„iit ri ; ,,^,l „ n d .'ln.k,.^ 



TfJIiliUKs, .-„-,..!, .-J 
O.dcr. fro in Ibo CO 



MILITARY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Sashee, Etc. 

Importer and Manulacloror of 

ItEGAt.1,1, ItANNKHs. VLM13, M 1 1-lTAItV £MllB.OmER' 

Boons, Caps, Seals, nnd nil Ooods required by 
Societies, Mllilarj and Civlo Precessions. 

T. KODORltS JullSSOS, 
Odd-Fellon'a Hall, Biuh street. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Com mi Ma Ion DIcrcbaniH. 



JTEAMSHIP LINE. 

..COHNECT1HO.... 

California and New York, 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter than any other Route. 

Tin faat and favorite donblo ». 



inline 



nshlp 



•ff. 9IOSES TAVsLOR, 

,600 Tans, 

E. DOffBS. .Commuila 

Wlllbodlrpalehcdfor 

SAN JUAN DEL SUR. 

i MLulon Streat Wharf, punctuallv nt 9 o'elw 
in tho mornini-, on 

Wedneaday, March 11, 1833 

loting- nt OKBYTOWH with tbo aplenia 
Btenmihlp 

ILLINOIS, 



Bodnoed Ratos of Passage nnd quick trips n 
eurcd hy tho ro-oponlng or tho NICAR40U1 
ROCTE. 

llnnss and safety, and every effort will be modo le 
Insure the eomfiirt of paaienKora. 
For fnrthor Information, apply to 

I. K. ROIIER.T3, Agent. 
No. .107 Washlnfftnn street, 
20-ld Opposite Post OEco. 



Pacific mail Steamship Company 



ir. :.l-liOI.Ul'N A 



Faascagon will bo convoyed from Panama to Alplnuroll by 
10 Panama Railroad Company, nnd frum AnplnwalL In Hs* 

A. B. KORRES 



OAKLET & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

SOLE IMPORTERS OE TUB 

t^Mii <si«Leiitijx Salt, 

Have tho Largest Stock nnd Best Asiartment 
on (ho PaeiEo Coast, 
Coniiitine, In pari, of Iho follnnlnr kind.: 



ii. eh Salt, |t 



d Stock. 



Ions BAN Q0ENT1N ROOK; 
do CARMEN ISLAND; 
do SANDWICUI ISLAND und CALIFOR- 
NIA SALT, 
all tho above no will sail at tho Lowest Ho rfcnt Price 



Lucerne, Lucerne, Lucerne ! I 

(OR ALFALFA.) 

50 



ry prmnpllr attended to. 



In 


Ihn R 


note ii r 


nmc 


dineut to 1' 


o Pncillc 




"of""' 


1 K.lf-Od 


plod, 


"'. "■;''"!: : . ■;.' 


nt the ro- 






1 1 1 






..11 .■.[, [,!■,- 








if the 










Rockj Haanta 


ns. A oath, 








































I. 1 nil 








mount of 1 


c lawful 














In 


1... II 






ripilnn Mil 




rtY 


rvico" 


7",; ;"';;: 


"nt"" 


V l,l.„l,- 


III,- itrn 




ceed three vear 








nal motion 


was mad 


bv Mr. Colfax, lo 


educe tbo 



Rincon Wool Depot, 

D. MoLEITNAH & E. QEISAIl, 



in Muft" bolDK ...11 ..utllihod bcro 

Ti.1T "" """"*■ "•'"•" '"' 

''^'".'''Hi,. 1..,.,., ,..ii,.., 

.';':;, ."„,..: "- 1 ""' ; 



3.0,000 son&3. 
Five Cents Each, 




White Bine Hops I 
50,000 'SWSKtfKliSSffS 



l'\lt!Ii;it DI-'l-Ki;/ 



Thu.ewb,ju.ntli.li-1,I| B J lie 
(r. bj- «„ inuMjuia appllclleo. 

11. -I .1 ti.l .,.,^1^, riu te itt 




UlcnbohloJMe. rnrLovoolTh™, 

Kriin. mvii.,,,., 'n„.'i.',"'cMii. 

V"--'-^ ,l, ";v,iM:: l iv.': l ;^lUvou. 

SrttS 11 * "" m| " by 1WI *"* ••%,«■"<' -m i» - 

V. C. UOVD. 



California Bteam Navigation Company. 

CARRYING- UNITED STATES MAIL. 
Ej^-^ TUE FAOT AMD I SPLENDID 

SACRAMENTO, 



♦ 



:F -bond.,.. 






uodayf, lTedrrCNli|l 



CSIOH „ I 

Itlii] 13n.,Jw,J 



..■.ll.KliM. I.iitl.-:L.n, Sluwr, and Sia=- 

CKANOE OF OAY FOB RED QLUFF. 

rjn.ll fi.oJi.-r i„,i:-.-,.l-, .I,-,.,,,-.-. ..J il,- ..'..■I'.r,,. ?.---2 

■Inf. Fri.ljlii'r.-;-lre.l eterv duv 

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f1W» ' '" J. WHITNEY. JR., Prc4lueal 



ivotlco lo Sugar-makers. 

rjlDE ONDERSIONKtl I- I'KKI'.Mir.n TO FILL 

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J by a Cuuulr JuJse, uid M" 
JOUH KENDALL, Ajmt 



Locust Trees. 

jJ»»ONE THOUSAND LOCUST TflEEa OF VER 

-in. '■'.-'■■" ''ii:",'. J ■.''■",.■ 1" 1 ;',".!;';, '.'..',','. -.'nVrnS a* 

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VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA! FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 6, 1863. 



NUMBER 2. 



ffot Mifonh fmm. 

^RdltD JOURNAL OF USEFUL SCIEKCS3. 



COLOItEL WiHEEH, E 



Subscription! moil to paid 

sucrtptlon, ionbfhh prompt- 
bo fidlMnllv •umdod (0. 

FORWA FARMER, 



down California's wine yield for that year at 4 

000 Kalians, which figure is very i rly corr 

j in oor memorial thai CaliforniB will ■ 
ci more wipe tban all Ibe uther States. 
Los Aogeles county most or tbo vioeynvds b 

aries from 630 to 1,000. Tho average number 
my be estimated at 900; and tbo 10,000,000 vines 
T the State cover about 11,500 acres. Ao aero 
,f California vineyard in full bearing produces at 

least 500 gallunsnnnunily, Boil at thai rale the 
rodnce of the 11,500 acres of vines would be o,- 
10,01)0 gallons. Strike off, however, ono-lhird 

for grapes lost, wasted, and consumed for tho lable, 



Tho reason why the pro 
w that figure is thnim 
ry young, and will no 



Bingl. 



Out New Crops,. 
I barn always urged attention to many i 
.duels that can he raised here with perfect t 
a, and thus far, during the entire time we h 
Wished tbe Fimieh, we cannot cull to mtn 
product, tbat wo have recommon 
mi, but has b ecu suceessf ally gro 






liderablo of a 



a far 



»a, twenty, and even fifty 



nsed interest we are glad lo 


re— bat SOT TOO 


muxes 1 for, although Ibos 


can all be sac- 


ally grown, yet tbe Bncces 


ral growing of 




ed. Those who 


tea, tweoly, thirty, nr fifty 


seres of tobacco, 


need Ebcds and houses to 


cure and dry the 


• ; and those who raise colto 


a will need gins, 


and for hemp, mills are lie 


ded 10 scotch It. 



Not only is tbo wine-growing Interest larger In 
Caliroroin tban in the remainder of tbe Uaioo, 
but it deserves to be considered (be favorite aad 
iberished agrlcullaral interest of the State. 
Tbe grape converts tbo country into a garden. A 

for a man lo live under tho shadow of bis own 



mil filled for the giiapo. 



bad policy to foster branches, tbe products u( 
jicb can be grown ns well in many other Innds, 
id are unsteady io price. Tbe three main ar- 
ticles produced bj lilli-.ge io Culifaroin now are 

duced by few other countries— by nnae other oa 
the shore nr tho North Pacific— and which bo, 
lomparalively few fluctuation! in price. Wheat 

iverywberc, and undergo great fluctuations in 
>rico eycry year. Besides, unlike the grape, tber 



cncnl the cost, and hare everything pro- 
lest, when harvest comes, and finds you 
ired, tbe wbole crop be last, 
icitcmool far new crops I? uot unlike Ibe 

■I" veil under him, lest by letting tbcm get 
no fast, the body loses its equilibrium and 



Rojiir precautions. If men will b 



V* 



Report on tho Petition of tho Wlnc-Growi 
^■B following i. a report of tbe Con.mil 
•MBlltre of the Grnpe, to tbo Assembly, 
^^m,Fetiru.r. ?8lb: 

Bit respectfully report now, lhat in i 
f "ilh nor ami-,, and wilh the instruelii 
f Assembly, c, have prcnired the accompanying 

ttemoriiil, and in thry Intcrtlerulian of th 
HP ascertained the fallowing facta r 

■ The nniaW of grape-vines set ont in 
^Hfif" Stele, according Io the report? of ih., Comity 
^Dueilor., ot compiled in 

^^Bfnrt for 1862, is lo,r.i#2,68B. The following prin- 
«P») wiee c-mMiea hav u III 



I has Ihrte times 



'»•«."'! l.-li.n.JO voiing vi„ f 
■Ecooo.y Assessor's rena, 
^B|*l iacreoie in ttie Slate hi 
■pici then ; and though !< 



Mr; Incorrectly, by ihe County Assessors 

rs^H" '" 3n,am g *" ons - Tbo nn,ouni "* 

BJ M * "" 'hnut 700,01)0 gallons. The Io 

MMraol rood, in ull , ne „,,„,, Swt , „ r , hc Uni 

W". "cording to the United States „„, 

"• 1 ^<H»e.ll 0B . 1 andlh t »«. n( J l orii J .p, 






1 full ben 



C '■» 



■.■::iJt:! il 13 



i, between tbo Teji 



own on inch snil. 

We soy In the memorial, tbat tho value of "mnst'i 
tbe largest wine districts of the Slate, does nol 
cted fifteen coots per gallon. Hundreds ol 
onsauds nf gallons could have been bought fbi 
reive cents per gallon, during the last vintage, 

half ol all the wine In tbe Stale. Grapes are sold 
SI0 per '.'in. and Ibe material Tor a gallnn o 
mt costs only six cents. It may appear sirang( 
tho general public, that must (from which tin 
no la made by fermentation alone, without tbi 

1, and for a half a dollar by the bottle ; and tbi 



e-growt 



proflUb 



:ompl«l 



ioy alcni 



t°'7d"b'"°h°™"""'°"'' 


nformed 


hy the price or most, which Is 


at iniod 


mes wine in a Tew days by fern 
of the must Is tbe proper bib 


Innguugt 
dard for 


g ibe proportion of tbe tai. 




urwine business shall hive 


ecn trcl 


d by age ; when all nnr win 
a prodded themselves with pr 


zrz 


srs ; when they shall have lea 


aed how 



I... 



night 



Tbe productions of the country may be ct 
ercd as composed nr three different classes, 
the Federal tai bill, t'irtt— Tbo agricultnra 
duets which pay no lax. S'tmully— Mannfac 
which pay three per cent; and Thfrdlj/- 
menled and distilled liquors; tbe former paying 



B »»d , 



cultural prodc 
them from tniatioo. It is no mora nn articlo ol 
luxury than many kinds of fruits Bud vegetables ; 
and it Is now, ia Southern Europe, and trill with- 
in a few years bo in California, a necessary af life. 
It Is, la strict language, nn agricultural prodact. 






end of tea and 
as discriminate 
age. Wbilo it 



with. soliciting 


hat 


wino m 


■T 




on thn 


same rooltug w 


the 


HE 1IEU0 


.'., 






Thofollowin 


i> 


copy o 


Ihe 


memorlo 


: 


Will BIAS, C 




ess has 






of five 


cents a gallon 




11 wlnn 


made in Ih 


United 


And whereas 


th 


TBIUO 


[n 


st, or w 


no frosh 




k ic 






j cents 




a the largest w 


nc- 


,skmg 


let: 


ct in tb 


s Stale 


hue making tb 








ue 300 








ed on 




rncturei 




;ooerally; 












And wbcrea 


, 11 




nl 


nd con 


iquently 


njust taialion 


si 


vied ch 


Uv 


it thn ci 


pease o 


California, whi 


his 


now tb 


ti 


odace m 


»"lhr!n 






11 Ihe other Sb 












And whereas 


tbe 




are 


nol only 


unjust, 










s la the 




nd mast have 




ndonte 


in 


misoppr 


bension 



iti by the Autailf (far Smat, concurring), 
ir Senators and Iteprcseutatives in the Nn- 
'ongress ho requested to lay tho facts staled 



Senators and Rep resents lives In Congress. 

Interesting from Japan.' 
last season, Tbnmas Hogg, Esq., a dis' 
rd florist of New York, paid a visit to C 



there fo 
that mo 

of plani 



s way I 



[gate the botany of 
ng region, and make collections 
tc. Wo notice bo bos nrrived 
Is Inbors, io letters tn his broth- 
er in K. Y-, published in Ihe Horticulturist. Mr. 
Hogg arrived there Oct. 23; in n, letter or Nov. 10 
he writes as follows: 

"Tho few days of my visit lo YedD did nnt nf- 
Tard mo much opportunity of seeing the country. 

moslly occupied riding about tbe city. I had pro- 
posed riding out In see snmo of the gardens, bol 
olber visitors came up while I was there who 
were more interested in Ibe city than the country, 
so that my visits lo the gardons were necessarily 
deferred until another time. 

;■[ bad onn ridu a short distance In the country, 
and /was highly delighted with tho nnrclty nf tho 
vegetaiinn around me, ond at the same time ro- 
cagolied mnoy familiar tbiogs that made mo feel 
quilo at borne. Cryptomorias are very abundant, 
nnd are systematically planted for tbeir timber. 
Camellias, Arnicas, Salisbnrias, Euonyrous, Wls- 
Inrius, liydrungeas, Poilocarpns, Dentilas, elc, nro 
very common, as nlso many exotic planis that I 
was surprised to find. In the garden nf tbe tem- 
ple ol OdnckSB, nno of tbe largest temples of Ibo 
place, I found growing in pots quite Blot of things 

Orchids (sumo with variegated leaves), Garden- 
ias (Q. rndlcans, with beautifully variegated fo- 
lingo), nod olber things, tbo names of which I do 



after the 



:i ..ld,..| 



..■Lilly 



and not nncommonly, they put nvcr their bodies, 
and mure particularly their bncfcs nnd shoulders, 
alight summer dress (which nlsu serves for an 

washing nrcipnsuro to tbo son. 

"On my rctnrn from Ycdo, I csmo by what 
might bo termed tho sbure road, following tho 
bay. II is qulle level nearly all the way, and 
thickly inhabited. Tho land is swampy, nnd nearly 
all cultivated lu rice, of which immense quanti- 
ties are grown of a superior qunllty. Thn fiat 
lands extend lo n dlslaoco of about half b mile 

elevated. Oa this high land there is another ror 
toYeiio, called tho country road, which is Said '■ 
bo very beautiful. 

"Tbe roads about here nro mostly simple path 
only sufliclont Tor traveling singly ; but Ihe mo 
disagreeable feature is tho abominable smell ari 
iog from the manure, which is saved from ovci 

"Their vcgetohles are generally very inferloi 
and as yet ynu sec but little improvement pr 
dnccd by the Inrgc qunntities of sends that ba' 
been distribuled. A small tarlely nf tho Egg 
Planl is grown largely. Potatoes, nnd Sweet Po- 
inloes, n lung White, Tnruip (nbout as long ns n 
Parsnip), and others are extensively cultivated, 

bad flavored, but are small • the finest come from 
Bnkadadi. Tbcro is a Sqoash grown bcre that is 
very fine, nnd really wnrlhy of notice. 

"Thn variety of fruits is very limited. Waler- 
melooB were plentiful in their season, nnd Peaches 
were in moderate quantity nnd of good size. Both 
looked as if they would bo very gnod, had tbey 

Jnpancso have nu inveterate custom of picking 
and eating fruits while quitn green. Grapes nrc 
nlsu very gnod, nnd nro qnile dislinet from our 
native varieties in not having downy leaves. They 
are about thn same color as Ibo Diana, with a 
Innao bunch similar to tbo Catawba, nnd with a 
sweet, pleasant flavnr, with very litllo acidity In 
the skin. I think it will prove a very valaablo 
addition lo our list of fruits. 

"Tho pecnlinr and characteristic fruit of tbo 
country is tbe Persimmon; nnt tike tho nnlnble 
fruit or that name in North Carolina fur feeding 
very hungry folks; but liko mnny ulber things 
hero, entirely tbo reverse of what it Is with us, 
■It is n unbstanlial looking fruit, yellow when ripn. 

"Nn longer let Persimmons bo a by-word of 
nil lhat is distasteful and puckery ; hnt let II ban 
an bpWablo place nmung tho fruits nf cnrll 
suilflbln fur man. The tree is very nrnamentu 
when laden with fruit. It Is as far different frou 
our Persimmon os a Birtloll Pear is from a choki 



lyso pecaliur to Ibo cuuntry, are really wonder- 

tako of the general tendency in that direction. 

"Tho number of native plants with voricgatcfi 
leaves is surprising. Camellias, Acubas, several 
forms ; Ardlslas In a great variety or ornamental 
fullogu ; Podocnrpus, Osmnntbus, Eoryn, Serissa, 
Junipers, Porlnglum grande, silver-edged ; Oryp- 
lomerins, Ileilnosporna, Kudjuras, Clcyoro, Cor- 
I, Kbyncospermiim, Tlbernum, Liguslrum 



Thujin 

"There ia alias 



n Dolanlsl (Mr. Maclmoll 
lolleclion of living and it 
ia St. Petersburg!!. Ho 



"Tho Tycoon's residence is la tho cenlcr of tho 
city, and is surrounded by a wide moat, embank- 


valunblc things. 1 frequently call upon him and 




much valuable Information from blm." 


[he moat surrounds it entirely , and In some places 




s covered with blue Bad scnrlol Nelurabiumi and 


A corrospoodent ol tbo Rural RcglBlcr, mado 


Nymphens, Bud olber benullral aquatics. In some 


Ibo experiment nf using coal nil on cattle to des- 


ilnces tbe embankments are very high and finely 


troy lice. Ho says he "poured out a stream from 


tarred, ond present a fine appearance. Surruund- 




ng the imperial residence are Ihe residences nf 


four hours It had spread nearly nil over Iba ani- 


the Dai-mals, looking like long rows of barracks 


mal, nnd tho Ilea were all dead wbore It bad 


or prisons. The oaly interesting part nf ibem are 


touched." Of course tboy woro. Any kind of oil 


,bo gnioways, which are somellmes vory massive, 


will destroy lice. Out coal oil ia doubtless better 


and not devoid of architectural beouty. 




"Outside of tho streets occupied by tho T)a|. 


Colts ought nut lo have much grain unless very 


muis, which Torm quite o city of themselves, lira 


thlu la ilesb— tboy are oflener Injured tban bene- 


the people gooerolly ; and such a mixture of shan- 


fited hy graining. A few ground nuts, with hay 


ties, shops of all kinds, from coraer groceries to 


nr straw, wet and mixed, and half a pint of usbea 


silk stores, lei houses, soldiers, beggars, dogs, and 


added, once in two nr three weeks, Is all cults 


unclean smells, yon never witnessed or experi- 


noed besides bay. The ashes keep tho bowels 


enced. Tho streets nro narrow, and mnstly un- 


open, ond it Is said, free from wnrme. 


paved, or rudely covered with small stones, an that 


It is said tbat England now requires 300,000 




bushels of brondaluff a day, nioro than her crops 


"The ptnple nro generally very cleanly, nnd cor- 



Onun oaltivotlna of tho smaller fruits by tbo 
masses has, until recently, beau considered as su- 
pcrfluuus, n waste nf time, as ratbor small busi- 
ness, nnd tho currant (from its well known hardi- 
ness and nbility tu stand grief) bas had In hear 

bearing shrubs are loo often made la suffer. Until 
tho exhibition by the tree dealers of tho cherry 
and white grape- currants well magnified, the com- 
mon people iinvn been content to bclievo that a> 
currant was a currant, nnd with guud cultivntlon 
could ha made nothing more, nnd wilh utter neg- 
lect wuuld be outbing less. But thuuks to tbe 
itinerants, for opening Ihe eyes of tbo people at 

people bare seen that there is a difference oven in 
currants, and the inquiry bas gnne forth as to what 
arc the best varieties und what Ibo best method 



I propose ia Ibis paper lo 
Ihooghls upon tbe cuitivatiun I 
no npinlon in rcgnrd to tho var 

may seem simple and unneces 



ih., ; 



cept, 



i few plain 



ear in mind that 
line.nndprecapt 



upuu prei 

brnthcrhood even, whn "knowing the right will yet 
Ihe wrong pursue." 

The currant is emphatically tbo fruit for tho 
million. Its hardiness, productiveness, and tho 
variety of uses lo which It may bo npplied, give 
it a claim to this position. 

No fruit gives n more generous ruturo lor good 
cultiruliou than tbo currant; and though it will 
grow in almost any soft, yet, lo have really fine 
fruit, Ibe ground should he well prepared by buun- 
lifnl manuring, witb well rotted stable manure 

In planting, tbo roots should Lava plenty nf 



hey mny b 



fully drawn around 
is settled tboy will 






This fruit re 
rally allowed 
ows should h 



Mulching with long straw manure nr fcrmenled 
.wdnst, il a cheap way of keeping down tbo 
eeds Bad Iba ground loose. If tbo bushes are 
it mulched they should bo plowed two or three 



re for iiself. 

i nbout growing tbo curra 
a great many borticultur 



boots to 


corno out n 


the b 


nsoof 


the old 


ones to 


nko tbe 




n ibis way 


the bu 




;ent bco 


,hy ond V 












,T„|. . H gC 








































nnr-l 


other. 










opting, 


,■„[,!„,; 


no bushes 






















ks by shod 




hnih 


i. Hi. 
























e while 


""I- '-' 
























Inrcg 








il cnltl 


atlnu I 










Short Bunched 








Bit an 


y ntber 


kinds I 


Tbo P 


nee Albert 


■ av 


ry fie 


, lnrgo 


variety, 



Pnr Inter fruit tbo Victoria and Red Grape, nnd 
laic. I lioiiilon Hud. Tho Inlter Is very acid, great 
bearer and very stocky grower. Whit.. I .- 1> and 

ii"uil..in vVi,,l.,, il ;li .mmllertban Wliltc Grape, 



fruits, tbo 
goad, proEtabli 



io 



THE CALirOENIAJABMBK 



Hop Cnlturo. v 
Wi mako some- eitrocls from an article la tha 
Patent Office Report, bj a wrlur in New York 
Slate: 

The hop i! a plant Indigenous both in Europa 
md America, and tain Io bo found groiring In a 
wild slsto In lections of European coualrles, nnd 
also along lbs borders of Iho Mississippi sod Uii- 



eultlvelcd jn Germany, where 



iporlnnl 
e United 
supply- 



agricultu 


as become equally so, not only 


log the h 
to the grc 


mo demand, but largo quant 
iportcd to England nod other i 
The English, who carried its 
lest perfection, ere supposed 



first engaged it 
■boot Iha year 
nf Artols its qi 



The successful cultivation of Iho bop Implie 
most watchful and incessant care during (be nrE 
ftag«9 nf ils growth. It should bo planted upon 
warm, deep, loamy soil, on n dry bottom, which 1 
best found upoo a suudy, gravelly, or alony, poi 
one eabsoll, affording drainage cf water from o 
and aboul Iho roots or tbe plant during the rain 
and froien seasons of the year. The usual mods 
of planting 



by dra 



tight fc 
i pieco 



which il facilitated 



:oiored yarn or clolb 

in the line ns you pn 
off at each end the di: 



inserted with * dibblt in tbo ground, with Ere 
in .'. bill, letting one at each corner of a sqnar 
sii locoes, nod (be fifth in (oocenter oftbe sqn 
all in no upright posltioo, with the top of m 

pointing apwards, and all beneath the nnrfoo 
tbe earth a( least an inch. 

The ir-t season's planting is usually done v 



one or more 


good sbnveiralls o 


well-roltcd 






d Io enrich 


ground for ll 


e benefit of tbe pi 


at. 


Tbe snecee 


fling season's criliu 






cbfulncBS, as a g 


od crop of 








to tbo pravl 


us season. Aftc 


the groom 


been plowed 


between tbo bop- 


rows, aad a 



it. io culture is pursued la a cheaper way, 
mi of rantiua, Iban that of English cullnra, 
•nd if tbo American bop-growers would exercise 
tme discriminating earn in lb* picking and 
; of bops as the besl English growers, Amer- 
bups would annually becoma formidable 
itltora in thn English market; Whereas, 
much of Iha present mode of indifference in 
e by tha American grower, American bops 
ily purchased la tbo Eugllsb market when 
Iho foreign crop proves a failure. Another 
ked feature wilh all American growers is in 
ing all varieties in mass together, while the 
English keep distinct in tbelr several plantations 
in "Farnbam and Canterbury, Goldingi, Grapes, 
mas, Colegntes, Flemish Red Bines," nnd many 
other cognomens too oomeroas to mention. 

Bnt whether any particular effect is produced 
ln'the real flavarof mall tiqaors hy looh nloodii- 
criminating distinction in the planting of select 
roots, as compared wltb an In discriminating mail 
of the several kiods, io perhaps a matter of doubt 
aod speculation, and to settle which needs experi- 
mental resnlti nnd compurilOE 



r 



Sundry Wonts of Domestic Animals. 
SAt,T in regular or frequent supply !« «■ neecsa.y 
In the animal eoonomy, In order to healthy growth 
and development. Tha blood contains a ennsid- 
erafale per ecntage of this Ingi 



J for 



t by nil 



i liquid. Professor 



my boor of the day al 



/ 



-title; 






they 



is richer bj 3 per coot than tha 
; the latter caoloioing 10 pet 
ler, and the former 13 per cent. 
1, the water contained in milk t 
cent in tbe course of the day ; 
plains 89 per cent of water, nn 
in tbe evening. The fatly par 
ally as the day wears on. It 



of milt K 



rue, wonld bo very impor' 
of view. Let us [appose 
yield only tha sLtth part 

of butler, thcu the milk of the even! 

double that quantity. Tbo caseous 

morning ; from 2.24 they Increase to 



appen 



polls nra Introduced, with two at each bill, and 
inserted In the ground in perfectly straight lines 

bop-bar in tbe grouod al tbe depth required fur 
firmly holding tha palo. Ai soon as the plants 
■ I ia bigbt Ibey 



■wtb> ! 



tbo poles 



(nf II 



How Lang should Cows go Dry? 
In answer to this question the editor ol the Bosl 
Cultivator remarks : 

"Wbco cows are kept for the manufacture of 
butter and cheese It Is not desired to bare i 
milk In cold weather, as neither bntter nor e! 
can genernlly be made to advantage on a 
ecale, except under a mild temperature. I 
tbo object is to have all the cowe "come In" 



ioi bo impaired, Ibeit 
; aud healthy, and al 
a thrifty and profitnbli 



eubsequonLlv 



and boe, by keeplog tbo ground clean. Uni 
growers suffer bat two vines to grow upoo eaol 
pole, which is doubtless preferable to a gieate 






week la 
outer side. Tbe 



mlity or hops is estimated by lbs abuodar 
nrclty of an unctions clammy powder wb1< 
ires to ibem, and by their bright yellow 
which period they emit their rankest odoi 
e caosidered ready for harvest. Tbu pics 
ostly performed by womeo, with tbe 



uni nn 






grating 
lost inappreciable amount. Dairy nog it ■«» ■• 
inddilinn.lo supply the salt contained in the 

_illk, nf which they ore dally drained. Horses 

end sheep ihould bo frequently supplied with salt 
summer, and tha wants uf swine should olso 
-eire attention. In winter, tbo firsl-nnmod nn- 
■ols, If not fed with buy which was silled in tbe 
jit, should ham an occasional feed brined es- 
elally far thorn, in the warm days nf winter. 

Calves should receive tho same nllention. Swine 
qnire salt when penned, in order to benltb, and 
ben fattening, the proper digestion aud assimi- 
tlnn nf their food cannot go nn perfectly and 
■onomlcully witbont it. In other words, they 



land is low, consoropilon prevails as eliawhero. 
When we ascend rnnuutnins, tha lungs expand 
pro portion a l cly to tha weight of tbo atmosphere, 
and incipient pulmonics nra relieved by tbo 
change. Tbaio coninmplivM who visit tbo Wr- 
Indies for tbelr bealtfa, and 



tho cities 



e tld on 



wbllo I 



idiately to the higher portions of Onba and 
elsewhere, are much benefited. After tbo lungs 
much diseased and arc iucipuble of expansion, 
this ehango of elevation rathor hastens decay. 

ds that fly high bavo largor olr-vessols than 



those who 
n fish in 



u tho some 
and will e 



WiTin— pura water— of convonlet 
all times when desired, ia nnnther r 
■tnck. They are gnnd Judges nf 






espect, and gen 



ally c. 



I, Cattle and bt 

tee or twico a day, hotb 

id uoder necessity will son 

inking at one time all they require 



,lly allowed i 
inter -and wl 
quire the habit of 



;..;.! ■ I.-,-! 



f:,r (rt>l 






drink freqaonlly when they can 
itly. Pigs and pnnllry will drin 
iddlos rather than gn thirsty, bat 



nifor 






io thrift nr I 

they eat one 

twenty-fonr 

Tbo hnrse eats h 

ind Iheu stands 

he night, to digest it. If 



fur* 



lies dnv 



i If It ha In 
e laburs, bo certainly 
needs to lie down nfter taking bis 
It ia tha plea or laiiness rather than nf a proper 
regard for the comfott of this faithful si 

always to stand lo hie stall. It is Iru 
stood all flight, rathor than lie in a filthy 
comfortable bed . but huw much more tc 
ing a welt-littered stall, where be can II 
when be wishes repose. Cattle will stand 
sheds and stables until utaried doirn, b 
Iheso are dry sod clean, they spend n good share 
of their time io recumbeol po=itioo, requil 
food, aod thriving belter than when deprived of 
opportunity for resting quielly at pleasure. Sheep 
sheds and yards should be dry, and kept clean by 
frequent littering. We 






can readily cuueolvo that noimals of all 
ihowiug a tendency lo diseases nf tbe langi 
i benefited by a residence in tbe mountains, 
lung diseases are hereditary, wonld It unt 
! to breed from those who, for n few geoer- 
it least, have been dwellers of tbo blgtf- 
n aitbtuatlcs ore r die ted by blgh 
bo htavu la barsci il unknown oo 
ps, wbilo II Is sn freqoont ia low 



IsT E' 



julain 



Butchers always b 



,( the l.r 



4 of high lead 



. furaj 



-s of cattle raised 
larger rivers of Now Jersey, 
I cauiod by their feeding On 
i prevalent there; but many 
3 mora elevated inter 
eir farms, and io boi 
ia liven nf their catLli 



injured by ill use, 

If the abovo is i 

thea ihould altar 



e, as we fully b. 



il lob 



at least, who had 
>nd to nvuid Iho labor 



ealib.— [Working Farn 



bled with everything, e 



e has bnt ona thing 
iself, aud he is troa- 
tiaficd with nnlbing, 



A CARD. 
End nf Ion years bos elapsed 



Al first theh 
but tbankt tn 
of a largo pa 



I of II 



eat Axle-grease. 

aado but slnw prnj 

ml and appreciative 



IVe might say, then 
ir stock, aud the I 
parlor lo good hay 



or Iho cows is nn 
progeny will 



help It 






ind placing Ihec 



box two at 


d Ibr 


e times d 




th 


day with well 






s, for wl 








25 cents 


box 


though 


much 


o 


it Is hired at 






ad geaer 


■iir 




rly performed 


with an 1 


term 




iiter 






depreciates very 


much tho 


lalu 


o 


the crop, aac 


should be 




led Tor tb 




tbe growe 




-ousumer 








Tho ope 


at Ion 


of dryln 


bop 


,, 


not materially 


different f 


j nit 


al nf drj 






and the kilns 




ally 








Blractloa, will 


atoves an 


pipe 


arranged 


n ii 


ffllLfiWIIflllHfP 


laid or sp 




.on a cl 


tb 11 






upon ilati 


Iram 


eight to 


welt 


i 


ctjee la depth 




Pdrv 


o about 


well 


s 


oars. Hope In 


tbelr grec 


•lot, 


,if left standi 


K 


oog, are liabl 



cry portion ef their fooc 



My Tbxoo-Cow Dairy, 
irrespondenl of tbo Co. Gent, says; At lb 
'i.l- of !.■■'■■.-, I mado up my mind I v 



owded Jon 



ind alluw 
s, and no 



, nnd forced to eat an 
ivo the pigs n sleeplni 
r them a chance to prai 



gard lo their beds, than they. 
Food, the chief waul of every living being, 
not be forgotten by tbo-a who have care o 

: animals. Bat their liking for variety— for 
igc of nutriment aud condiment— is n 
f some importance. II is worth nur t 
to provide a variety of kind— of bay, 



proprietors of Oaliforala, tbo demand for tbi 
manufacture bos gradually Increased, and n< 
withitoG Jiog Ibe many spurious imitnlloos, whi 
from limo to lime have been introduced from t 
■teru Slates lo compete with their article, ) 
fcL AXLE-GREASE has now acquired 
rivaled reputation, exltnding Ibrougbout I 
,glh nnd breadlb of California, Oregon, nnd tho 
(gbboring Tijrritnries. 
But ivhilal the sulj --ribcr;. return their j. - r , ■. r ..■ l"-_i I 
Lni-.ivl.-JKtmentsj to n discerning public, w' 
vo so largely patronised them, tbey also unite 
nernl lumentatlDn al the protraclcd difficultly 
ilcb coniinuc to rend our once happy and envied 
id. The supply of r,.w m..ltri,il Irom the E«l 
viae in (■"■."''(in ni-v Ij..cn cnlirdy cut off, the 
h~.:nl..?rs tum.d their nit,r,ii,. ( i tu Ihe suhstitu- 
m of Couf-oif as a basis of their manufacture, 
applying every means suggested by Ihi 



idgment dictates. The diflen 



a feeding of eo 




SEED WAKEHOTJSE, ] 

(ESTABLISHED III 1BS0J 

). "W. MOOUE I 

IMPORTER 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEEB I 
AbL K1HBS OP 

CAROEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

IS CiXIFOItMA STI 

Old Number UO, 

Batwsen Gaofema and Montgomery slreeli, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ESTABLISHED BBCH I 



mthn; 



attUIl- 



ful growers— their choicest seeds grown, cf which ha 
always bo in receipt, and In eodleis variety, impntal I 
directly from Franco and Enclnnd, from wellknonosal I 

named InourcataloEnes. 
Il has been the emparlance of oar best garden 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Cluvcr; Hungarian Gross - 
Kentucky Blue-grasa; Orchard Grin; 
Bed-top Grass; Sainfoin Grtsi 

English Hye-grass, Timothy Grass ; 

Whilo Dutch Clou 



Kcd CI or 









,t[.|.li,'. 



lotly c 



,,..l|..| i.. 



uf fti,.„ 



stry, 



caled from tho noble 
) tills subject, they 



I lo High Altitudes. 



moolc diseases than those raised in valleys 

The causes foe ibis difference may bo readily c 
plained. All animals, man Included, reapiro I 
the parpaso nf abstracting from Iho atmosphere 



ud using all It 
tmily of three 
arc dnne It a) 
clpin tha leal 



oyself— do BrOg 

Been very regi 

e in tbo stable 



dent of tho Mnrjt Lane ELproi 
oil the cabbsge for fecdiog mi 
tie, sheep and swine, and mora 
lug feeding oT lumblng awes, a 
;e product per aero in England t. 



renaiiun, me unt thing you si 
whether bo has a greater Inclination 
, or that you should bear bim. 



o Ihe four 



asily 



ideretoad why a 
larger air-vessels ; th 
utof oiygenns thoso 
uioipbire they brealb ii 






ged the 



■upi'ly I 



are all broad-chested, nnd con'iumptiou 11 
known. Between Iho city and the sou, whera tbo 



our lofty mo 
iU, will yet give 



Toreign supply, 
ilains and nur 
is that supply. 
.Iy obtain the 
1, they will ho 
jrensealalower 
lal-oil varieties, 



which may hereafter be imparled. 

HCCKS i LAMBERT, 

MAKDMCTUniHO Cm UMTS, 



B. B. FOBDHiW, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

(gf| CROCER, sn 

■1 *] , BL (ouu or SmM 

i it ttso\ ami FRONT elrecln, 

F*«i E .11hi. h ' 1 """ "i** or " """' «-« *■ won i 
COMPLETE STOCK OP GOODS, 



»n. KROWLES, 

D EIVTIST, 

VO. OH OLAV STttHET, R ABK , 8 uvl i BMB _ 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Hour,; p rolu D M .,to6P,H. 

^r^ «S^* TEEMS OaSH 
WAnK^.HD, 3 ^™^, 16 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



(BET, OABBACK. f.MMi.n. i;.i|'i.-;i rn;MP, 

Cl'l'r.Mlli:il, MKM.iNS, LMTTl'i-'E. tiSlllSS, 

TOMATO. EARLY AND LATE PEA3, 

BEANS, ftc, Ac, ftc. 

Tobacco Seed. 



COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johnston's Island. 

FLOWER srrns (300 Tarletlei]. 

BULBS a 

Ln.rB-1, TUTJP3, HYACISTHB, 



ud In ohdlois vo 






>f his ability ta satisfy hli patrol 



#1 



« 



Nalive California Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Foa EiruaTAvmH 

THE ONDERSIGKED, FH05I DIS BXTB1i"bTT| 
facilities aud 

large 8took of Evnry Variety of Bee* 

Can ou-.r unuinal Indueoments la 

MERCHANTS W THE T11A1JB, FARS^ 

AXD LARGE RANCH OW.VF.RS, 

Who wiib to bo supplied I a hi; Hoe. 



, «»-TboA>;oatsor Walls, Farea 4 Ca.'s Eipi*"'? 

llL—hj ..Nil,.., , r .,|,.. ,.-| ,. l ..,,-. ,,, ,|,„ ,,,1,1-lK'- 1 

la ioIiIdb Orders fur Seodi and »«l|illni fur then"'- 



Tha uo.lon 



,.. Ol 



10 i ...null!.: I to rafoi 

»iwron,a.j|i.jrof Oilir..rnl» Parmer, ahi has _- - 
eiMrlon^o or meaty ro ,r. In tho 3etd aod S""*" 
buslnes^audi.oo n v,r.aulr-ltbtll hl<h valos rf Jf 
ported jaadj, aod tbolr lunorlarky to all olhsr W»* 

BaT Scod for a Oatalog.ua. 

S. "W. MOORE; 

SEED WABBHOUa^ 

408 (old Ho. 110) California etxcei. 



[ 




THE CALIFOBNIA FABMEB. 



G-zeLEJ-A-T SALE 

FRUIT TREES 
For the Season of 1863. 



GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE THE BOLE AGENCY 



'nahington, Yolo count;. 
B. S. FOX, San Jose. 
MARK FARNE7, Ban Joio. 
WS1 01D0NNELL, San Joso. 
L. A. GOULD, Santa, Clara. 
THOMPSON'S NURSERIKS, Snicol. 
MOCK'S NURSERIES, Fclalumn. 
PEPPER'S do do 

other avonno, open i-.-r nil Iho Pfodoollons of ill 

Nursery, Vineyard, arid Garden. 

- Orders can bo loft at the DEPOT— 



Tiaras i».<ajOi^xo 
FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BOOKLET'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 

WAREHOUSE. 

Oor airan E oni[rati era non complete for supplying 
Ordora for 

Fruit Treesj 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-Viiies, 

Garden Shrubs, 

Oral) kinds; anil ant? Taring of nitleto of 

NURSERY STOCK 

yoontaod on the very bolt possible 
i Ibu EXCLUSIVE .-lOLMCV of 



_ 1 taken tbo Inrgo ppaceof ground oppoidLe 

"EE1 of all ™rc'j!, Slll^)(>n't ( jon 1, eiblbl![0B. , ' lD1P< ' 



to offer thsto™' 1 "' 1 



tba Si 



eclicni 



in. .miito QOOD TRE 

ouit bo very larjro, and very preiiiog, and Lb' 

that forward orders early will be ibo tjr.-s lhat nill 

Ihoeondltlon of thoNonery Trado baa beoo to i 



Idtfaa 





taw Nonorle. lb 






Id pnrcbiiw of o 


1/ noil !•.., 


■-■ -il-li -Sjrji c-j i -■ It It 

'[««. Plants, Sbrobi, 

nlrcdi who lood 'their 
Our Prices nltl bo lb 
to. A modorato chart 
bot Ui-r " HI bo d olive 


1 bo nor aim to 
ad Vines, as ib 
tball eiro s.ll-r 

o will bo mo.lt, r 

e.ll.JlU :ti,l,:,i 

fcoo of charae. 


let Ion to lb 

A No. 1 Tr 

rracklnt; It 


Catalogues of Varieties and Prioea 


»horo ovon facility Will bo droa" 
cbuers In making Ibali ,. ■!■ ..■«..-.... 


ooso Of Do 



SEED. P LAMT3, ETC. 

Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY ">d 
CONNECTICUT 

Seed-Leaf Tobacco. 

FRESH AND FORE, 



W. R. STRONG, 



50,000 Fruit Trees. 

irme mrDEnaiGHEp beiho abodt to he-BJ 

t„I n v,., ,.11, SIS .hd tSO per bunii- 
I.S.»Hajai»old.»i'<-|ir.J*:i')r-r 1CJJ, 
•run i.l.l, |l."> r.i,.l j-jii [-. i- liai, Mu.r,-. 
i 1 IV.-.....1J, !"JI ..i.l (J? l'.;r ll»; Us., 2 ooii J [or. 

£?* (' V «. 

Sto llO por IOO;.™l»n ■■■■!■■- 






g-is^ajpe-'V'Iin'es 

FRUIT TREES 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry Trees, 

For Sale at a Bargain. 



"# 



fnATIHQ SOLD 
AT VEST liO-W FRIOE 
All tba GRAPE-TEHES and TREES tbnt ore on thei 
to bato the orponto or transplanting to anclhar place 
t>-»- Olden promptly stloniled to. 
Dlieetlo— 

L. PREVOST, 

Or to my Agent, Mr. DELABIQNE, 323 Clay lire 



WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

FOR HALE BV- 
D. i-:. H OVG If, 

And BRUQUIERE k DtFTOT, 



IB-lf 



003 Sin 



TRE TJNDERSiaNED, HHO HAVE LOKO BEEr. 
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, 



i poblio Konomlly, to tholr proioot pli 
, TRE PACIFIO FRUIT MARKET, i 
ilon and notion.! adar.1lbl1l.tr to tmsinew 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds. 

j» JUST RECEIVED FROM KAN. jgfjfl 
KKigMa, ra Ucuublp Scotland, «d for sail bvjgg 

W^I. HASELTINE, 
At Tiic Japanese Bazaar, 

ISTO, 321 MOWTQOMEHTr: ST. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape- Vines, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

Apple, Cherry, Peach and Fear Trees ;_ 
Apricot, Plom, Pomegranate and Fig Trees; 
Persimmon, Orange, (In bearing condition); 
Camolia, Locust, Button and Lncq.uor Trees ; 
Dlban, Variegated Pine, Ten Plants, nnd "Ala" 

Tree*; 
Gripe- Vinos, Evergreens, Etc. 

Qrain, VegotaWe, & Flower Seedsof Japan, 
Or 1S62, 

Toeetber wlrh all tba larictla ol 

E.IOE SEEDS 



"do of morebnodiis, etc. Tor purtln, la 
rtron to iblppfoe tbo nmo, 



ouari Eno facllltloi for the 



t 


tarlliil tin,, 
■IKrtEQlri ||,, 

Aboat 

F^i,o „„, 

moo on ibe d 

•lon.rl,,, on 

Fuhtr, Garc 


1 tbo Spauiards-mi leait, a 
earliest el.ronlclci. 

bo Colorado Uiuloni of lTBL 


llli 


Wbrt g'lodlj pwipwUo't£ib*liili (5 


We abould feel as If ira picked n 
eierj timo we nro p«al Ul i to bo 


n 


"ibi of tbe four Fronclsca 
a Colorado, In Jaly 1181, t 
•, Dili, Slorenu, and Bara 


UIi- 
«lt: 


When ne tblnk of eood Ibo angels a 
when tro do It, Lhoy rejoice. 



tlpor Ecaotb par to: 
I Hored will bo hot. 
inert u to tbe tlm 






AMERICAN SEED-STORE, 



1863. "™ 

J|)ST REOEIVEO I 



*L_"™™' 1863. 

t EABTEHH BEED-doo"i! 
iBJplcto aiioruiunt ol 

Choice and Reliable Seeds, of the Growth 

011862. 
Garden, 

Iloner, 

Field, 

*■ . Tree, 

Griua and 



In Every Variety,' 



SUGAR-BEET SEED. 



HOMESTEAD 
FREEI 

TVe-w City of 

COLLINSVILLE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

AMTIODH and HEW TOHK, 

at tbo month of tbu 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

ipon record, 

TITLE PERFECT, 

being *■ 

ji. PATENT 

from tba • 
UNITED STATES. 

s,ooo 

Building Lots! 

soo 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 
DISTRIBUTED FREE! 

To soch as ehall firsl make application, and a 
GOOD, CLEAR DEED RiTtn at onto [uncondltion- 
ally), leaTing it to Iho option of tbo party 

TO IMPROVE OR SOT ; 
but it is expeclcd that ihose inking one of the Gift 
LoLa ifill uae ib.ir inilinut.. in ilirvcting persons 
seeking a Home iu Culifornia, to iho 

NEW CITY ASD COIISTY, 
Bjao doing, they will be llio means of getting 
more to Eetlle, than if thoj-weto to iroproro tbcm- 



Money Loaned 

To Boob, as Build Immediately or the Prem- 
iers, at a Low Bate of Interest. 

A glance at tbo Mnp of Culifornia is all (hat 



-isfy aoj a 



at the j 



is selection of this mognilicc 

NEW CITY, 
never subject to oterDow from the flooding 
o of Iho river or bay in winter, as tba wbnrf 
rnrobouacs were built at the time of the 

HIGHEST FLOOD LAST WINTER. 
;nst region of Eno country nround it la rap- 



5 for I 



:, tber. 



reason why Colliosvillo should in 

Great and Commercial City, 

It being n midway a topping- place fur the st 
,lmlv i>..mi a.in Froi 

Already, at and 
large nornber of in 
Pust-OHice, Store, larg. 

Magnificent Wharf, 

Two Hundred feet long by One Hundred feet wide, 
whioh cost iho present proprietors upwards of 

$10,000. 

The Funning Country in Solano County can 



lor partol California, 

A CITY 
in, surrounded by so mogaifi. 
nut hut have 
J GLOniOnS DESTINY. 



Over One Hundred Miles to those who Drive 
Slock to that Market. 



i Very Lots You now Receive may. ire 
less than Three Tears he Worth, 
Thousands of Dollars I 



Farms of r>. in, 30 a 



■it* Acres for 



mus in t», m», ao or 10 Acres I 
Sale, In Immediate Viclnlly, 

at a |..i-,v pries to those ntho will maka Improve 
menta during tbo coming year. 

TO AGENTS. 

Any porsou who. will not a* Agent, nnd got np a> 



Collinsville Land Company, 

318 California Street, S. F., CaL 
Box Mo. 1015 Port Office San Franoiioo. 



IS 



TTTirrnALTFOB KIA FABMEB^ 



r% ©aliforara farara. 



HorrJoultoic Bud Florioulturo In Viol 

Vancouver Island. 

love bad a wry Interesting nnd pleutn 

J. B egg; Esq., of Ibo Balmoral Gardi 

irlo, Vancouver Island, and no learn 



Wi will present six pack-ecss D ' frl!s ' 1 
every ii.'iv '■Fili-.criber, that desires ibo san 
seeds trill consist or eolTec, cotlon, toboc 
■arlelies. ' 
at, vill be 
,r parcels each. 



and rolua 



-. fr... 



ancd t, 



TBEASUBY NOTES AT FAB. 



it par every ti 



AGENTS 'WASTED. 

,er ttuluia tat UJ. Active iDUffltcet men, that bote 
:| Ucl" In tidr •druoBijo to npply io ai pnnanillj, 






u mlnntely u tbej- tu j I 



Btle* of Grain and Wool. 
IfloK tcSo rfnu-t Io reafct (Ae rtry %A«I 
/or (ierV OrofB and Wail, can be Informed i 
best chances in oor city, where, on all i\ 
occasions, they can realise high prices w 
delay. Samples tent tn as from the coontrj 
particulars, viill be respnnded to. 



^f 



illtlT- 



I for 11 



arden grounds in nil Ibi 



ol-progrc 
neigh bon. 
lide* the pleasure 



improvomei 
region. This la e 

alio find, tli.n hi 
lo be derived fro 



ii paid lo such ic. 



bersplril- 
lng,1ojlog 



■ intercourse Vtilh 1 1 . -- people of England 

ir settlements, wo hare nlwnys found Ibem 

mpt In Improving and adorning their res 



I knowingly advii 
ons to bo present, i 
ids;" this irill give 



r. B. has collected to 

people there bj- ail 
a collection "of tbou- 
n opporlonity lo enp- 



i Mr. B. we gather the following 
j touching Ibe progress of agricnl' 
llure In ibe British Possessions. 



Durham and Deton Calrlt, Stood Bor 
ttr and Catitrald Shop, Amnion Eves 
and other Stack, for salt See advertise 



Btate Awlcoloinil Society's ADiiual Mooting. 

Tho adjourned Aaoaal Meeting of the Stall 

Agricultural Society bal bren postponed till 

Wednesday, Mr 



which tlmi 

Under tho i 
Legislature, , 



era will t 
mded chi 



elected. 

lor just ODD 



b Con my, 

f, Incorporated and, 
this Slate, is entitled to four deli 
meeting, who shall severally enjoy 
leges of I - 1 1 - - or Annual members 
Agricultural Society. The Board ti 
tbc meeting trill bold office Tor tbre. 

By order of the Board of Manage; 

[Let immedli 
gales who feci 



islrict Agri 
Ibe lavs c 

.11 Ibe prlvl 
Ji (he Slat 



das try, skill, a 
rpriies. 
At William! 



;riculturo has not mad. 

On the contrary, they 

is, and have brought in 

ipiUl, lo second ibelr ci 

s large farm and garde 



nay always, do well, . 



Agrlouliui.il Mooting nt Baorarnonto. 
rery Important meeting vrill bo held nl Sncrn- 
nto od Friday Iho 11th, M will bo seen by the 
lllicntinn iro publish from the Slain Agrlcnl- 
ol Society. Wo hope delegates will come from 
:ry section of the Stole, so that n full and fair 
nresiloa of oploion may bo bad. 
rbo alteration of tho Act incorporating tbo 
ue Agrlcolturnl Society, and changing ll into n 
ard of Agriculture, now requires thot officers 
ill be elected for threo years, it, Ibcrefore, Is 
partont that the elostlon shaald not be held 
thont there is a foil meeting. Far bettor would 
ho In postpone action till tho planting season Is 
er, say 1st of May, and thus give time to have 
is business known over the Stale, than to go inle 
loplo of tbc Slate, whose 



Drapes 'or Winon. 
Tns: Catawba grape, for wine, has been ranch es- 
teemed by connoisseurs, ll bni a peculiar nro ran, 
obtained from no uther grape. Tho Longworth 
Catawba has become celebrated, nnd wo hops 
of our growers will make proper experiments 
inls to bring not Us properties here. We 
jovlneed that it will prove molt volooblo in 
California, ns wo never loio crops of grapes, and 

Ho, Delaware, and other choice kino's fibonld bo 
rofully tested. Tbo praises of the Catawba Wino 
,mples of lfloT to IS6I, ore thus sung in verse : 
"There grow, nu vino 
By the bsuntod itblne, 



involved, 



a informed of tl 



o loslltutic 



Leglslote for tbo (HHes-not 



ir tho Country, 
of our legislators, 
oajorlty of all tbo 



t should 
These 



it thought of as they sb 

ag at large ;" also, the Bo 

-e everybody to"drivo 1c 

1 important bills. 

i great 5100,000 Bounty Bill should bo c 

revised. It Is nlmoBt wholly Inoperative 

on account of tbo loo large nmonnl ol 

,ct required to secure a bounty. 

would call tho attention or the Comm: 
rrioulturolo these matters ; theynrapfg 
:ut lu Ihe State now. 



Valuable Catalogues Received, Etc. 
E havo recently received the complete catalogu 
flower-seeds and bulbous roots, vegetable an 
r ■!■ n seeds, of Messrs. rilmorln-Andrieni ct ci. 
iris. Also, that of Messrs. Charlwood A- Co., Col 
,t Garden, London. Messrs. Thorburn k Co., i 



■ mplel. 






jlroted Catalogue of Vines 
These catalogues have bee 
tcnlion, displaying much 
ill. They reflect great era 
especially tboso of Dr. Gra 



ii,- 'ill departments, 
.rd, near Pecksbill, 
sent us his Kovr It- 



it capacity « 
iudienco. Tl 



fact that 



I Somen.— We rejoice 
ocess for the "Oratorio" 
is that of Tuesday evenii 






Advortliilng Dlrc-ctory 

Amtrirant Watch Mana/ariary Agency— 0. B. fjol. 

if B0t Montgomery street. 

furol TTBrrAoiHe— J. V. Arthur A Son, cor. 

r or Waohingtan and Davis streets. 

Agricultural and JTurdaare Store— Ilnwley t Co 

of Botlery and California. '' 

icy Marion JFoofcn Milli— Loiord Freres, ai; 



Very B=od, 
Is Ibo Ven 
Or tho Sill' 



ry, solt uodcroomy i 



ment, they should h 
by any means a blanJ 



d upon their bcin& 
a word uf ndvico ir 
dog the stamps ID ni 
accidental loss. In- 

sn part of tho doou 
id In Ibe body of Ibi 
ss, so thai if removed 
would bo left in tbo 
>e caoceled by being 
inccliug is a part oi 
imp having been fresh 
it will be appar 



:eivcd Trom tbe Committee ap- 

iilar ticket. The usual 
a Friday n«t, was by o 
lous role postponed until tbc 27lb of tbis 

This was dooe 
prior to that date tbo oppi 



W. Wadrivn 



■J' Wiltcn'i Seiring Machina—S 

h, corner Montgomtry and Sot, 

Stocklon, Mrs. F. A. M. Baldwin. 

Sacramento, J. W. Strowbridgo. ' 

\rotypri...Q. G. Johnson, CIO Clay. 

riran Slid &ore...W. E. Strong, 200 J streeL 

Sacramento. 

Book Stare ...A. rtomon 4 Co. ,111-10 Montgomery 

(Italian and comm on).. .Parmer office. 
CogisrilCl iliithtippi Store, Tmverc, Uardaent, etc 

--' Clny street. 
Cordage Jfanu/oc/on/.-.Tobbs h Co., ogeuls, 
Commftnon and Sf,i/>pinp 3ferrJ,,ini,...Vra. T. Cole. 

man & Co., cor Front and California. 
Clour, At/al/u 



-. Co. ..Corn 



»,., oi r «■ 



• Vcntilat, 
3 Battery. 
>u,-| Dmitri. 



lonlgomcry. 

Front. 

ii Reay, l]j 



Cool Oil, Lampi, etc... Stanford Bros., 123 and Ijj 

CoUtgiatt iMituU, Btnida...O. J. Flott, Princlpsl 
CVociiry.-.Hayncs i Lawlon, le Saasomc. 
CaUausiUc— //omnrwi/j... Office, No. 31BCaJtfonui 

street, Sao Francisco. 
iJfniiit...Dr. 0. 0. Koowles. Ctl Clay slreet. | 

Dry t7oodi...Kirby, Byrne i Co., Lick House block, 

No. 7 Montgomery street. 
JTJooni'i Day Peat... Corner of Clay and Drumm. 
Drugs and iledicmet ...0. F. Richards, G03 Davis. 
Economy Washing Machine.,.!. JI. Horner, Missioo 

San Jose. 
Fruit Triii, u0,0O0...D. E. Hough, Oakland Nnrie- 



r, Alameda. 



Flr.j;,. 



and Fine Waal Wanted.. .Former office 
tgomery. 

r...N. E. Grimes, 620 Baltery. 
Sate...Knapp, Burrcli k Co. 
Eagle Hotd...i. B, Callahan, K st, Sa. 



g opposition ticket or 
nst, not least, to givo 
ics of the lustituto i< 
and stale cry of a 






ablo I 
c got up 



Grapt-l 

Bop* for Sale.. 
n&LAxlt-Gi 



subltonl: 

sustain tbis Society nobly. To particolui 
ebonld say lhal the full, sweet voice of Mia 
Cutler) was highly pleasing to every lister 
i's (Miss LiMio Parker) stylo gave e 
■efal -and skillful training— rich am 
funderlich as Harapha, aud Mr. Sbai 
ah, were fully appreciated ; their e 
s and tho admirable execution of tbc 
highly satisfactory. Tho olber per 
lolly Mrs. Taylor, were all well reccii 






it in the , 



The String Machine. — Have you 
lot of Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Mai 
now being exhibited at the Agency 
Sacramento and Montgomery Uriel 
Wo advise our frleods from ihe 



they vi 
Wadsw 



-lh, t 



oof of this fact. 



—Boyd, tbo 
Pioa, Is an 
in up a picl. 



:i they take hold of 



little of their systc 
nlo their work— lh 



iake their fan 
rlsh it were so 



i prosper. They say, fori 



cheap. Everybody shoaid go tc 



call the a 



Mb of February, the 
nt the S.n Francisco 



Lands In Victoria, that a few years since wen 
:cupicd by the Indians, and or little value, an 
ow taken op, occopled by permanent Bottlers 
ad hove been greatly imfroied. Settlers fron 
nglnnd hove filled up tho Comai nod Cowtcbir 
nnd tbo wbole place has becn'grcatly im 



eodered. 



is Ir Tans?— A few w 



ur purporting tt 
of Gen. West. 



Heivt Cseou. — The large barges Union and 
'ictoria, belonging to Captain Trucworlhy, trcro 
awed up to Sacramento thia week by the ateam- 
r Esmeralda. They vtiu freighted with 75,000 

mats, and 50,000 feet of redwood boards. Tbo 
Oregon lumber was loaded at Sua Francisco, and 
tbe redwood at Carte Madera creek. Tbe barges 
rill bo towed up Ibe river to Knight's Landing, 
od olber poiuls above and below, where thelum- 
icr trill be sold or exchanged for wood, produce, 
grain, etc., by tbo Captain. 



— L-gnl 



o gove 



Brigadier 
the form, 
We do je 



lesotour Republic, 

it observing, at le 
poling him like a d> 



Vl-1 'Till 






Wo cannot let this opportunity 
Hlog all who arc Interested In rar. 
o become luttrctted la our juu 
'obsi. FlUMBH ; tbey will Dad it t 
ng ihem valuable information on 



and pro u table 
is without 



orket value 



North, a now work on tho 
sorghum, will anon bo lisn 

k Co., Ihe publishers, 
Ohio. Tho work Is edited by In 

if Dayton, Ohio, 



1 the Sugar o 
:d by Apple 



It Is ootod as a fact of 
Posloffice Department do 
appropriation for dolicii 
1803 will square up for 
appropriation Is $12,00(1 

C. L. Wcllor, who ret 



•S old Gwln Islyiog 
n Is living poorly at 



nd Fruit Trcei...l.. Prevost, Sac 

...Fsrmer office. 

r...HuckB A- Lambert, Mini 
..Robert Beck, Sacrament 
.Bigclow Bros, k Flint, 



e, 321 Man 
-Eona" for Bomat/ads—Baircj S. Brown, room i 

" " llding. 
Magic Time Otienei. ..Hubbard, Bros, k Co., «■ 

nnd Jobn streets, Sew York. 
Military Gooo'i...NorcrosE, 6 Masonic Temple. 

i' Goodt...ilti. Morcross, -■ Masonic Tempk 
ry, Vineyard and Garden Stock... Graves, Wil. 
iaras k Buckley. Depot, opposite tbo Cos- 
am House, Battery street. 
Occidental Uettl. ..Samuel McCollongb * Co, HI. 
of Market, Battery and Bush atrcets. 
■emaker State, Tin, Iran and Copper Wan..X 
P. Braylon k Ct ""~ 



Photographic Atbw. 



., 12S San 
Roman k Cu. 
i. .A. V.. Roberts nj 



and 427 Battery. 

M. S. Co... A. B.Forbes agent, cor Sacramento 
and LcidcsdorlT. 

hiet and Grain Co aim uj ion... A. H. Todd k Co. 

i3 Clay. 

Pacific Railroad...A.. W. Bee, Agent, 122 Monlgom- 



Rincon Wool Depot. 


D. McLennan. & Grlsar, Rincal 


Dock. 






Sugar-Cant Milli a 


nd f7oo.fj Svgo 


Ecapctata... 






Smith's jr™ Patent 


Mortising Mathv 


e...Wormsn t 


Little, Brookly 


i Hotel. 




Superior Sloth— Qa 


rdentrs Wanted 


nd Supplied*. 


Farmer office. 






Soap Faclary...i. P 


Dyer, cor Mas 


n anil Pacifie- 


Suiter Street Stable, 


...W. J. Whitin 


k Co, Sutur, 


State Salt Co...Oukl 


y k Jackson ag 


nts, 320 Front, 


Saddlery, Uamets, 


c.Main & Win 




Slovti ("Autocrat o 


IheKitchen")- 


CnlehM-Sid:- 



Sheep of all A'iiii/.,...r,ini 



U...S. W. Moore, 408Gsli- 



i (bos 



idy and cnltiva 



of the . 



will explain tbo quality of ' 



is braugbthfrotrotaTalparaso by 
o been sold for the snro of $500 
and were sent to San Mateo. 



ecenlly completed and 



L i wso S T 1 xaT,u S ,Bro._W Dac0 | 0[lebltd 
Hon. M. fl. Loibom, oor V. S, Senator, fhr copi 
of tbc Laws Relating lo thu Direct and Biclse To 
es, and Navy Register of tho Onlled States. The 
warKi are valuable, comprlilog us such documec 
always dn, statistics that ato truly reliable. 



Major niram I. 
ice here a. P n; 
Deputy Paymast, 

Tin St 
tho "Nob 



llk«: 



•The plat of ro-sur 
ia" trait, inoluding the cli 
icramento and Marysvillo, and executed u 
icree of the United States District Oourt 
jvemher 1, 1B61, was filed in Court on lb. 
t., by tbo United Smus s Surveyor General 
The London Ouinlbus 




Jfol'M-.tGoldcn Harp) B. 0. A 
(llarp Stove) Ernest k St, 


stio, 22-1 Clay st. 


Ifaiir-Cureono Phrenological In 
J. Smith, G2D Clay street, 


li'(«(i...Dr. BsrlO* 
hctw. Monlgomuv 


Wool, Hides and Skins...U. Fo 

irWtwie' and Retail Groceries 
corner or Jackson and Fro 


uerstelo k Co, !« 
,.R. B. Fordbso, 


WiUtm's Str aU :bcrry.,.D. B. Ho 
eery ; and Drugulore k Di 


gh, Oakland Nof 
Lot, COj Saoion". 


In prepnrlng picklo for moat, 
momburcd that cold water is ca 


it should b* f* 1 
pableordlHoltinl 


more salt Ibau but, and ufcoar 


e makes a stroafW 


A correspondent of tbo Coon 


ry Gentleman MJ"! 


by feeding cuwa on corn-rodder and earrolf, «» a 
an occasionnl moss of cabbages, ho can make " 
good butler as he ever saw, bolh ns regards col" 
and llavor-nnd lhal It will keep as Inng. 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine. 

THE LONDON aDAaTERLY cConMrvatHa!. 
THB EDIHBnBOH REVIEW (Whig). 
THE NORTH BBIUBH REVIEW (Free ChcicB. 
THE WESTMTHBrEE REVIEW (Liberal). 
BXatJKWOOD'S EDINBOROH MAQAZINS (Tarl 1 



'■' 11 ->'" '; ;.''■ '.■'.' '•';' ■'.'■'.'', «>' isi'>™ W"**'' 



THE CALIPOBNIA IF A.BMEB. 



13 



ynu tie Profits of Wool RaislDB Dlmtala) 

Or this tn«S. H- Journal of Agricolli.ro rtmiirl= . 
■feoriiog lo tot Ihi «»■". «» »°«' Mioo-t of 
■hnigod Id tbn eounlr/ w« G0,S11,3« pound., 
Bi ll Ibt anrnont used in maoofnctorlcs, M 
WL-60.Q00.Wa pannds ; Ibm l»Yin 8 * dcEcifncy 

.rfolloDC-tbicJ of Ihe vfbolo amount ral.ed lo 
HWlIed bjr foreign Importation. And ihli de- 
■Rbj. great as ii must appear, It ibonld be rc- 
■JEnbeind, eiiitcd nt a time wbon ibe country 

fill! ftiirt, imd wbon the immense, cotton fae- 
Hti of the North were in full operation. Tbo 

-mo, report statss that the Dggregale value of 



lilbme 

fcwitb nun ding th 

Voiced open lb cm 

BflfJiof 1 . 1 low, W 



mtfid 1 



100,000,000. Yet 

■nr, tit price! BO 
largely diminish 
« aubsiitulion ol 
uting and sheep 
1, weheliete, one 
[ho farmer could 



^^Kbjected to its former competition with cotton, 
■pi consrtiacnLlj- muft command tbo entire home 

MflVilb then facts beforo as, 11 is evident that the 
■Remind Tar wool, for rears lo come— or until ice 
Slhall bB able to obtain cotton— Bill be larger than 
■ Ibe inpplT— nnd that wool-growing will continoc 



joined bv Ibe Sanpamoi 

kill, which left New Yoi 
rifibi of ih^evejaelB-of- 



of the Oeecchee Hirer, near Sarannab, by our 
' dads. 

dispatch from Snvunnah, tbo 1st, denies the 
rt thai Port UcAlllster was taken bj the Fed- 

nnd nenr tba Fort nnd won destroyed OT Feil- 
iron-clnds. Boats from Lnko Providence on 



nor with n large ntnoonl oF coram lasarj 

d overland in Ihe slides from the Mississippi, 
lunched into the lake for the purpose of ei- 
ig it nnd its neighboring bayous, 
itingj, lectures, etc., in favor of President 
ln'5 Emaucipalion were of dally occurrence 
■bus parts of England. The Bank of Mo- 
ad remitted to London 40,000 in specie to 
the Interest on thn Alabama bonds. Ad- 



! Sonthern Confederacy, c 



nnd 


hs olher Is nenr nt hand— that wool and 


mntt 


n are going to be cheap — nnd congratulates 




f on haling sold his sheep while they corn- 


mnui 


ed a high price. We don't believe in bis 




and shall do what we can to prevent others 




doing so. 




following Senate bills passed tbo Home, 




2d: The hill disapproving certain acts of 




vada Territorial Letfilatnre, touching the 








ory. Toe bill to establish the gauge of tbo 




c Railroad and lis branches at four feet eight 




-half inches. The bill providing that the 




me Court shall hereafter consist or one Ghief 








mid Court in the new circuit of California 








on to settlers on the Snscol ranch, California, 




owe laid on the table. The Senate bill 10 




r and tell llm Mendocino Reservation, passed. 










• Br, 


nch Mint at Carson City, Nevada. Territory, 


*ln 


he 1 1 .j ■ the Internal Tax bill was amended 






rlivi- 


;a1s that don't declare dividends, shall pay 3 


r« c 


nt nn their gains nnd profits, just like pnb- 


Tl 


9 Douse passed the Senate bill indemnifying 












d by the President. 


la 




Ihff 


onicriptiua bill were adopted. 
















on Inter onion tl affair;, it cannot receive it 


iron 


foreign powers inorrcatinE domestic [roubles, 


linn 


as unreasonable and in ad mis sab if The scc- 


■Slid 


resolutlon tell forth that the U. S. are grup. 



Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 



1m 



Ivl .A. NUFAO TUSEBS 

Importers nf /'ir J i. 

ARNESS, ™ 

S addles, Bridlos, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

ADDLE-WAR E, &C. 

N us. 214 and 216 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

&• To correct ai 

j have, we with 

i largest Whole 

Orders and Retail > 



FARMERS and others will do well lo call on i 
tfr.ro purchasing, na the rate of Eailarn EicUanc 
justices us In offirini; goods at REDUCED RATES. 
- 1.— 

tin v.- Ills E K'lmtv .■■■■-' I •:■ at IMT.LrS CO* 
> HARNESS, Cot the Pacllli: Const,. 



Rally for (He Union I 

THE CALIFORNIA C0NTINQENT1 

•TII1E UNDERSIGNED DA VINO BEEN COM MISSION FT 

"-"'"'vOLUNTK Ell's! h» np«. 
,mcrj ttrco, bciweca iter 






CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

T7HOLGSALB 

Crockery and Glass 
WAREHOUSE. 

PARTICULAR ATTESTIO.V PAID TO FUMilSII- 
DfG HOTEL ASD FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fori street, Victoria. 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
BMFI.OYMBNT, 

Arid General Agency Office, 



■ .in unfrivodlj ncL A red 
rumlssion of these reiolutl 
of the United Slates in I 

ed bv Ibem lo the governm 

accredited. 

March J.— The final adjoui 
agreas, at noon to-day, mm> 
:e ivi the Capitol, it being it 
earlv hour in the rnarnli 
In admittance to the gullerlei 



Most 



irolnp, wbilclhl 
nil night. Tl,, 



6, published thl> 
be ladlanola la ci 
:es which led lo ll 
.rily and ha.tilv nt 



COLL IN SV ILLE. 

r^SJ^fc^HTEAat FEItltV-IlOAT wl 

AMIl.n.H STi.l'.'iEw'vf.lilK, oo'eo' , .iDAV , He5?T 

" r, , , ! , ''v":'~, : "' i I - T „':l' r '"u"" t! "; 1 '" ,u ' :p,r '" iri ° pu ' p ' 

■ r-.ll/. ■.'" II ■■! ■'■ flluahuf. 

Culluuiilia, U«rch 2, 1MJ, 

The Collinstilte Laud Company will jrive 



PREMIUMS 



WORLD'S ^^iie,. 



doralood [hit 



will [. 



oushwei 



t they oi 



nailer 



$100 BOTTjXTY: 






S HUHBRED DOI.LAH 
U. GREENE. C>dUId, 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods. 

!3t| jj SCOTLAND, Inio, Kmi^lti. b r 

WM. HASELTINK 

JTapEtriiese Bazaar, 
No. 331 Montgomery §treot. 

I valuable Invoice of Goads, embracing a fall 
BJiOrtroontaf: 

1ICH LACQUERED i INL.AJD FANCT GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETO. 

TORTOISE-SHELL, TVOEtY nnd SANDAL- WOOD 
WORK, In great variety; 

FANS, of every style ; 

RICH SILKS, CRAPES, and PINA GOODS; 

EMBROIDERED SHAWLS, and APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC.: 

Together with a full supply of EGQ-SHEL Land 
FANCY PORCELAIN, DINNER, TEA nnd 
COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE- BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETO ; 

25 NESTS CAHPHOR.WOOD TRUNKS; 

SS CAMPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS ; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, lit Wholesale nnd 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAISD, A FULL AND COM- 
pie la aswrtcnent or 

CORDAGE. 

Any particular liio, leuelb, er deicrlptlon, of Cordaie 

MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 
At short notlee. 

TUBB8 & CO., 

Id GIL and 013 Front street. 



Colonic, in, I 
Heeter,, ,!,,,. 

N»w v„, IL . 



I The Pr.vid.-ni 

&-U»reb[ toni, 



lions a. 
eliil i 






S. W. SHAW, 
Portrait JPaintei*. 

Nnrnher 16, 3d floor. Mercantile Library building 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 



TnrS NEW INVENTION, THE ONLY ONE OF 
■ho klndurerioit.n.Kalc-ltuihe public, rfks na- 
lonlod Sept. , 1930, and Is now for the Qrst time offuretl 

This JIORTISINO MACHINE Is not a large cora- 



lline a PERFECTLY SQUARE MORTfSE, Ln a Hi 
icd itTlo, of any li.e, from IK, leebes to any dlrcoi 
as ■■■ i.i. I It will make a mortise four Inehet dee 

in ran cwllj oj.oralo— thn Pilmiin. Lic'i: li'A i', 

11 ■! ■ ■ ri,| ',",, ...... i: . 

..Jmlr.il.lj lluarEnralMPLR MACHINE, and Hi 



=f lbi< MACHrNE Is now 

r.-.T, in(,.r,.--k.J li ,urh nn 
rr.lr.-l i.. call ,.„ lb,, i(.,l. 



ew miles of Peace, will pay for the Riiht 

FERS0HS WI8HIKG TO BUT EIGHTS 

5*° l LiV V!,' '"'■ i °' 1 inf "rmi'Ii!>n hr nddrculnrt the no- 

ml.i.; AtftntfarlbaKine. ' " 

' IIOTIiL Tbo "|°° * 1|, 1"" 1 ™ 0l lho Bn 10K- 
oiuly shewn bF^hopreprloLarf,' 1 '" 1 "" wi " DB 
i WARMAN i LITTLE. 



p n EBI I CM 

Marble "WTorlaie, 

P. J. DEVINE, 

Corner of K nnd Sixth itrteis, 

SACRAMENTO. 

HARBLE MANTLES, GRATES, JIUNdMKNTS, 

Tomb and Gr.ivu- atones, Table and Countor- 






1 Frees 



and, mad made I 



COLDEN-DROP WHEAT. 

THIS Spt-dld WliMlT.ro ml-c In oo .»,n.i uaaliraV 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 




MED A.L 

AWASDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1SB2. 

First Glass Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE, 

Paris exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are lulvctually AcUnovFlOlgCd 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN USE. 

NEW IMPHQVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
J®- Call and examintt before purchasing. 
H. W. WADSWORTO, Agent, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



eteh nibterlpuan I 



IBE, AairDtR. P. H-'fl* 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITH 

IVeTT ImproTemeutS] 

JUST RECEIVED, 

AEE THE ONLY PEEEECT tttlCBIHES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

EMBROIDBBINa; 

THE MOST Et OMUllCAI. 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IIV TJSE. 



Cor. MoRlgnuiory and Saoramonto Btreeta, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 



FURNITURE! 




IV. 3E. GRIMES, 

ANH WHOLESALE DEALER Dt 

Furniture 

Bedding, 

620 Battery §tree(, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PACIFO, 



OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And the publlo ccncrall j, ibe most complain assortment 
IN THE MARKET, 

AT REDU CED RATES. 

Country Orders solicited and promptly oiicn.lr.,1 to. 

N. E. GRIMES, 



GIUJIEK A PELTON, 19 •or) 51 Fonrti 



Foortli st tort, b- 



GREAT REDUCTION K PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 



And will Bell Cheaper than any House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS. 

CHIMNEYS, 

-W10KS. 

CAMPHENE, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
OOAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET mLHriLLNATlNG OH. 

SPEBM OIL. 

LARD OIL, 

MACHINERY OIL. 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 



Ac. Ac. At. Am. 



iiotiy moo 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

Ttt£) 1UPORTBRS OF 6> 

WCROCKERY, X 

GLASSWARE. 
FEENOH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 



BOLE AOENTS fOH CALIFORNIA. 

16 SANS0HE STREET, CORKER MERCHANT. 

11 SAN FRANCliaa. 



Wffl, T. COLEMAN & CO,, 

SHIPPING. & C0MJHIBSI0N MEECHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

New York and Sna Francisco- 



.lf¥6, @y 



Gyj G. E. t'OB.I,I\s, 

"»*OOa Moiil[5( 

AOENT FOR TUB 

American Watch Factory, 

WATCH BEPAIEINQ 

^|AT NEW YORK PRICES l|S? 



14 



TT ttt. nALrffO BNIA^FABMEB. 



gamt psttUang, y 



THB FHAKTOM BAHQOB- 

Oa the for horiwo'i margin, 
On Ho border! of life"* ocean, 
Where the wevee dull op against 11, 
Whom the ten-foera'i "hi" comrooli 
Sb n ti en pearly bsbu like dnwdrops 
On Lfae dasky luh of w»nu ; 
'G.Inst the tbtdowed blao or btuyel 
Drifts the black flag of an omen— 



On ' lit dlid— In 
Of too watch ci 
In tho firelight 



tht gloaming, 
it in the morning 
tho dipping 



in the Phantom Beroao 



it tby cbeokt e'er niLline, 
.wing, straining— flying 1 



With their longing and Ibelr anguish. 
Fold th.lt wings like doves »1 taunt, 

When the Phantom (bin com ti In. 



OF TIMB. 



rn wo lite, mora brief appear 
te't succeeding tinges; 
i childhood Ktsi a year, 



dad, nod tbo old I»dj and her daughter, loft In 

poverty nod loneliness, dcletinlocd on following 

o jouug s. .:■ to lh« '" norld. Rut hero wo 

And tbey atopped beforo a amoll bonao in a 
>ck alreel. tin. Waldorf «u abowo lata a very 

bumble parlor, while the doctor went to prepare 
d pteiently with Madame 

^^^^^Eell-bred 



dorfs 1 



used bet 

?doc»a, t 



tefbl l 






leal, for the lady found her song- 
oetvico, and too stgooia bad not 
,ooal Bojjlleb. However, vritb 

J occoslooel -I from Dr. R 

;o was jamewbol rip-coed before 
bedsideoflheBuderer. lira. TYnl- 
i, nnd felt ready to faint, at th< 
enloditaelf. 



D the - 






argcr than 
;med a roe 



Lorgo dark cyca, (nil of n sort or prnternnt 
oral light, nlnne apoke of life nnd motion- Thi 
figure had bceo alwnyi eilrctnely amnll, and ttrn 
now rfoatcd until It aeareo lifted the light cover 
ing ofthe maitresB. Mndama Yomiglla went for 
ward and spoke in a low tone to her daughter 
and Un. Waldorf wii glad to sink into the chni 

act for her bj Dr. B . The ghastly appearand 

of the poor girl had quite unmomancd her. 
The mother introduced her gooJt to her deugh 

then asked the doctor if ho thought it poseibl 
that Ippolttn could bear tho muiioo of a carriage 

week, Indeed. Tot, if lira. Waldorf will alio. 



SIndan 



Tho gladsome e 

Kit passion y 

Steals, lingerin. 



■ agai. 

irrent of our Tooll 
It disorders, 
like a riror (moot: 

lhafU Oy thicker, 



When joys hire lost their bloom and breath. 

And lift itself It vapid ; 
Why, as we roach the Falls or Dettb, 



Heaven gives ns years of fading strength 

Indemnifying fleetnosi ; 
And these or yooth a Beaming I-.. 



SKETCH OP A CASE; 

Or a PhyBlcIon Extraordinary. 



IIbb. Waldorf called Irom the carriage wiadot 
"You'll not forget to send Ibe medicine, dncto 

"Certainly not I jou shall have it at sercn Ibis 
evening, and I trust, yon will take It with 
regularity." 

■'Do not Tear me," ahe said, and the doctor 
his bow ofndlen. 

Tho medicine CBmo at seven, with a aed 



which looked not a little like gral 




without the allgbteit disagreeable t 


stc. Accom 


paujiug directions required the t 


saae, for the 


present, of coffee and green tea ; an 


: recommend 


ed to lira. WaldortTo daily walk an 




bed-hour. 




The lady took her ten drops at n 


no, and felt so 


much better that she could not b 


tip telling be 


husband all about her visit to Dr. 




Tho noxt morning proved cloudy, 


and Mrtt. Wal 


dorr felt rather languid, but, after 1 


er dose, fount 


en improved appetite for breakfast. 


Sbe sal down 


to bar music, but looked frequently 


at the cloud 


and nt her watch, thinking of he 




When the hour arrived ibe envio 


B skies poure 


dona such sbowera as will data p 


any body's nr 


dor. Tho drive most be given u 


p for that day 



miglia seemed fall of at 
it ahould prove too rant 

on, John nan called, and the poo 
jaferred, mattress and all, to tho b 
. Waldorf and her mother Wok the 
tbia way they drove slowly ont loi 
ntry. 

signorinaseeme 
,nd ber mothei 
ted solicitude ; 



xiely It 



death, t 



ten. Her hatband Is what they ci 
at— a kind of clerk, like; and h 
raploy, and I think ila brcakln' 1 

Here Mrs. Waldorf fairly hnrtt In 



row, will you?" and the put a card into tho poor 

"Surel^ will, ma'am," anid tho washerwoman, 
"an' Its a kind bcart too Imve." 

Mr. Waldorf todo homo with her heart and ber 
bend full. "Hnwconld lovnrcuntont mytelfwllb 
giving money," she said (o beraell, "when there Is 
so much to be dontl" 

"How do you find yourself this morning, my 

dear madam !" said Dr. R shortly aftor Ibis. 

"Ob, quite well, thank you I" 

"Nothing or the sort, I assure you I I never felt 
better." 

"When did rout aymploma abate J" 

copied of late, to think of aympton 



tudy oCImli 



1 Mndaino Vnmiglla i 



Sir. Waldorf 1* goi 
understands and * 



cal of preparatinn- 
j ha ill." 
"Then you have g 



I which I owe tn yo 
.oemplnyMr.Yamigl 
;s half a dosen diflon 



intb, 



igiuo they will need a goo 
o that I have really no lim 

en up tha going to the Pyi 



)n E h a gre- 



r with ai 



id made a sign of pleasure with ber w 
-ate etaited to ber mother's eyea,ond 
■ Mrs. Waldorf for eympatby, and not 
At length tha invalid murmured " 
isy turned abont. When they renchi 



ridei which 



r Mrs 
fcour 


WaldorFi heal 
e, ho ascribed 


h and 

to that 


piri 


Zi 


h must 


fDoc 


or R 'a. Tu 


enabl 


d tht 


. lad, 


:o study 


tolinn 


most slrenaon 


ly, both at 


llOdli 


and by 


amllin 


lessons from 


iladam 


e Vamiglla 


and he 


BUgh 


er, during their 


prnlon 


ode 


;ur;i 


ns. Thi 






d to 1 








ions, 


nd seemed all 


a a ip 


sine 


again 


t head 


Berate Ippulila bad 


BO fa 




vered 


aatob 


adepc 


dent of tho t 


ily ai 


ngs, 


lira. 


WaldDr 


picket 


upanewonjec 


orint 


rest. 


We 


ay pick 


ednp, 


for it was a r 


nad-ald 


a acq 




ace, nnd 



'Have you courage i 
ir," laid tho doctor. 
'Ob, certainly, I a 



ad, and the day niter ni 
Waldorf's, pains and pa 
aged her. She waa qui' 
plaint. Baton the fnnrl 
llorinusly, and the face i 
ooe with reoewed beaut, 
tad the ladrwereut D 

seeaniovalid-oaadaa 

i an invalid myself, yt 



body. Tbla yonng lady and 



ityoor owa 7" aabed 
i, Indeed, ma'am I mlt 
ildreu, thank Gnd! 



ho open 


sir, irauythln 


E, that'll do 


her good." 




re very goo 


," aald Mrs 


Waldorf, who 


had Hate 


ed In a kind 


Jf reverie, b 


r thoughts re 


erllng t 


her lonely r 






»oh, i 






udlamt The 


Lord knowa that 1 Bat 


a little plec 


of neighborly 






of you 



uable mediclnel I mi 



hearts ugd [ 



!>!£.. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

6!0 CLAY STRET, bet. Montgomery i Kearny. 
Examinations in regard to Health—Free. 

Htra all who desire may obtain correct Phrtnolorit 
oiamlnatloiu, with Uhirts (such as uied by Fowl 

Hygloaia Uodioatl. 



itbot 



yDIsoi 



advaatMuotar. ._._ 

.i-'iUi-.iin,: .'■i'l :■ tiiUli. >. .■.,[,■! -rj ln-.:i ,■. furh 
i'l!,i;-. '.'Iir,.r.ln l>i,HUlllt;,t. T. rpid LlVl.lt, l( , 

STiPAnos, vakicose sitoiiiiiffortiii. v r i n ., \ 

CFlOSISor <JcC3j-ir,.- ■■[' r t. ■ ll,u,c. I 1 1.L'KliATlllN 
tho Limbs, Chronle NEUBALOU. Itbiumalum a 
Oooty I'aloi. liiii,-[i, " 
Blental DIti 
lutnl I'hji 






ii In I 



follow fioui tto eETceli uf Hydropathic or llTBlenio Me< 
oatlun OnthoQiherhana, wehovo for tho last El 

llF tbo separation of onr ESTABLISflllENTa i 

all Q ISSERAL or SPECIAL llfeeaecsiieenllBrlo Sit'!' 
wbothor AOUTB or CHRONfO, that are traated by a: 



■ r 1...-...1 IV, .I.,,,.. ,.'..[. L-.ili 



NEW COODS1! 

KIRBY, BYRNE 8c CO., 

HAVE JHST BEOEIVBD 
A IABGE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFETAa, GB03 DE ZUlilCH, BLACK OltOS 011AIH ; 
RlehalolraAallqae; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain Mlk-s. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool Fanlasti, Poplin d'Araeeni 

Plain Irish and Fronoh Poplin; 

Plaid do do do do 
Plain and Fig'd tin man and Merino. 

Rich all-wool Plnldi, Freoob da Lnine, 
hlohatrs, Eplngllnn, Fonlardl, 

and oven Tariety or «EW DRESS GOOD?, now worn 
In New Yolk, Including the popular, 

ROBE IMPERATKICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Etory thing Now 

in Stvto and Material. 

In FURS, 



DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR ODR TRADE 

AND HARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IKI8H linens, • 

SEa:rB.ari3sra linen. 

LINEN SHEJETHSTGe-, 



AlejMidro, Ki.l r,l,,i> 
rcil Skirl.i nnil Sl.inin 
keeping Goodi, Flonm 



K EBY BYRNE & CO., 
No. 7 Montgomery, 

Near Market, 
Noil door to Masonic Tempto. 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

The Original P. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Summer una Wliusr Alr-Tlglil 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or BitumliiDiis Coal. 



With Now and Kill 



NORCROSS'. 
MRS. D. NOROROSS. 

No. G Montgomery itreot, 



LADY'S DEPARTMENT. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

|^^^?S^r^C^^oi"can L "-a J T,.Tv" 



UNDEH CLOTHING 

iU dtslrablo floods In ou, U„. 

T>. NORCROSS 
1ASONIC REOALIA 

^MHITAflT COSTJMEa, 

Etc. 

Military E^ulp. 
radei, im^.j 1[r | 

1,0 trill, Lights, 

h Robot, and all 



KO. POST 8RTEET, 

- InthoNe-MasonleTempI. 
Gin fBuoioci. 



is follawlni; points of super 



rorkannloHKimpleielT 
nt;, hrclllni:, roaatlns;, 

at of tho Stoiolnom 
-rn the Stewart Stori 
draftlhi "™ 






in Ihi 



licjilm., .. 
ventilation Is 

<tat Eonaratod 
-By whii 



the i-H-lbllii, of.n... 
Utb Hot ffjTin It 
B.ilh useful and cunv 



■L-isa-J t'J Hi-, . 



' in. ;iif(ti,ru. 



aHUBABB AND ASPAB.AQU8 HOOTS. 

20.000 BIAtET ASPARaonS HOOTS, of large alio 
par 1,000." "" V"*"™ " ,l »« nu ""■ p ri« «0 

Also 1,000 Tirtoria Ehnbard Eoots, 

"Wohwilljrl.ldaCropth. Fl rt[ Y.ar. Prloo, 83 pe r 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 

Is Now Open for the Reception of Guests. 

THIS DOUSE DAS ALL THE MODERN flr. 
Improvements, nnd ttIII bo conducted eqes.1 u 
raspoot to the First-class Houses of the AllinU, 

i ipaeiona 
HEADIKO AND EXCHANGE EOOHB, 

been Bttoiupirlih spoolal roforoneoto thooanuort 

nnd eiini-cnlonce ;I tho jinblle i:cnerally, batlne . 
NEWS STAND aod a large CABINET FOR aiM. 
"RAL3. Also— 

A HriiiM-li Tolcgrapli Offlco, 

ut tha conah 

St co., 

Proprloten. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Corner of Market, Battery, and Brer at'eeta 



FRANCISCO. 




THIS HOTEL IS BEINU ALTERED AND IH- 
provod, and nlll horoaftor be conduced on the El 
PEAN PLAN. Boarders will bo Tarnlshod meals at ell 
hours, at tho Noir Dopartraoot, comor of Market ttroeti 
atlhantir Rofeotorr. Thi- Doparttn oat will boa 
conducted in tbo mast approved sljlo, to as to satisf? 
the most fastidious. Tho Tables will he tapplled in 
every Iniurj of tbo seasons. This Department will 
eotiroly distinct from the lintel, thongh openlngfrom 
ELEGANT SUITS OP ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

As well as Single Rnoras for Transient Patroai 
The location of this Hotel Is unsurpassed, overlooklog 
tho Bay, nnd gives one or tho Dooit proipects, 



ITHlth.-., 



antry. 



COLDEN EAGLE 

§HOTEL>^^ 

Corner Scventb and K street*, 

SACRAMENTO. 

TntS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AS 
a "noma for Famlllo.-," and for tho Traveler. 

The Proprietor has spared nolthor expense ercamto 
make bli Hotel one that shall always bo acceptable eii 
pleasant In all that may favor him with a call. 

With nmplo accommodations by means of tpadeu 
Suites of Rooms for Families, nnd by recant onlinrrf 
aceommodalicinj.he is conauonl that visitors will olmil 
bo BetltOod and feel at Hume. 

Particular attooUnn will always bo paid to the MDV 
tmonU, by well ventllittl 



n Bodi i 



Bedding 



while tha TABLES will hi 
rovldtdwllb tho very best Ibo season affords. 
CAiniAoaa, to and from tha Hotel to tho RallRtj 
lars and Bleamora, at all timet. Freo or Charge to thl 
'atront of tho Hotsl. Holol open all ni.rh- 

3- Connoetod with tho Hotel Is a Fire-proof STABLE 
iprossly for tho earn of Horset nnd Carriages of til 



pROPnitrroa. 



Twenty-five Gents ! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 040 CLAY STREET...SAN FRANCISCO. 
FOR SB OEUTS, 

ALL STYLES OP FANCY CASES Oft LARGE 3IZS3 
rroportlonately low, and warranted the best. 

PbotoerrapsiB for 83 per Dobch. 

Larao-tl.od Phniographt. the same heretofore 

Tm.i:i: I'-i.i. Ii;'",./, ,.,'|', ','•'.' 'o'sr dullBr." All 



Beware of imiiOBtcrti 1 1 

H- Tho iiuhllc are notified that Ihi- \, tho only dalltrf 

In town ut tho name. N-iice the y- L *-"■ ' 

the povomont with GKOROr •' " 



The Magic Time Observer, 

ITso Perfteiioii or m. ,i,.,„i,„.. 

TDBINO ATIUKTINQ AMD OPEN FACE, OR LA' 

One or tho'p 
Ibobe-tonrlel 
usa, everotTero 

key entire] y n'nnooei ,-,"' ifo \uot of'tols'tralsS -, 

■ i in | ■... [ ..f I,.-., ii, ,r , l. rl,., i.ijior ■..■!(' l.fli.nfino 16 o 1 * 1 

msutand is warranted u*T| L , W eur.ite I 't]raoplo=" PJS 
superbly enBrnrod, ror o^o ,[ :. |.„n ,!,.:,■.,, s"l"- 
rosJDic'fii i bu' bw ' '"i "''" u "' r, r ;u '" : " r '- f " rlnws ii 



A Grand Chauoe. 



THE CALIFOBNU J? ARMBB. 



15 



BIGELOW BROS. 8s FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE ACENCY. 

FIEE AND LIFE. 

'FFICC Sorlliwest Corner Blontgomer t and Sacramento streets. 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 1 1 1 

LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF 3STE-W YOKE!: 






-da Rtttual. Tht only only Slot* Qmujony in A 

'-: ,/,.;./■ I pro rain i 

Policies Inuod at Ibis Aeenoy without [be mail di 

Evidence In California, Orufon, and Nevada Tel 

rge. Dividends appu'ed to peymec 



or p. 



fco itAok Charter proeid/i that all tho ] 

.y (At poiirji noWor, 

or scndlne; ipprllcallons loNcw To*. 

ddad to poller. 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HARTFOHD, OOjNTjST ; 
Residence in California Freo or extra charge. 

' Till i>[ijr.ias declares SO i-it cent Dividends annually, ud Iho Assure d can If ho desires jive a cn: f 
Hoots and Pampbloli confining fall details of lbs ijllooi of Llfo Insurance, can be bad at the Aconcy. 

The Cheapest and Best Life Inraranea Company in the World! 



EIItE DEPARTMENT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF ET-A-BTFOTlia, aOITBT: 

ASSETS, 81,000,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SEOtTRITT^F POLICY HOLDERS, 

§50,000! 
| HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, $1,600,000 1 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Security Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 
Phenix Fira Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insnranoa Co. 



CELEBRATED FEACEMAKEE STOVE, 
- For Male By 

A P. BRAYT0N & CO., 



Waihinjrton Fire Insurance Co. 
.Niagara Fire Insurance Co. 
Arctic Fire Insorance Co. 



Board, of References s 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Esq. 
HENRI CARLTON JR., 

or W. T. Colemin & Oo. LODI8 McLANE, Esq., ' 

ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq., of Walls, Fsrgo & Co. 

or Forbes & BaboocSt. 0. B. POLHEJIUS, Esq, 

JOHN H. RKD1NGT0S. Esq., of Alsop 4 Co. 

of Redin S loii & Co. JONATHAN HDNT, Esq., 

J. D. KITTLE. Esq., Sun Francisco! 

or flewill, Kittle & Co. 

BIGELOW BROS. 




BOWE3ST BEOTHEE, 

WHOLESALE ABB HETAIE DEALE2B H¥ -egfrV 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY tj'sMI 

..' §j§ GEOOEEIES, 

Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Store 

OF EVBKY KIUE-, AT LOW PHICE8. 
[at attention lj always jlvon lo Iho .olocllun or oar slock or Goods. Maoy article* are prepared 
SPECIALITIES, for oar 

rcH as- I, - a - MII »'*" Tn.ja.i3Es, 

OLD JAVA COFFEE, and all olbcr cjioicc kinds. 

TEAS, -nl the very choicest, selected wilb Iho greatest enre, for Family Use. 
SUGARS, purelteEncd, Crushed, Pondered, and every choice variety. 

PRESERVES, Jellies, , Dried Frnll or ell kinds. 

SPICES innumerable Bod for every use. SIRUPS or tho very eboicesi 

BUTTER &. CHEESE Troto iho most celebrated Dairies; also, choicest Eastei 

SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, the vary pur 



« Table Wines, 



.r lor M. I 



BONELESS SARDINES, a real luxury. SPANISH OLIVES, or superior quality. 

UERKIllEIt COUNTY CHEESE, aoperior lo any Cheese in the country. 

yJiDNGWOHTH'S ISA.BEi.LJV .A-ND OATAWBA "WIWES 

Both Sparkhar ud Still, especially for Family Use. 

e Ifoiuubold.and lie usual Faroltr 




light and |]|Euaal,a 
■heir .:■-:!■ lent lo If,- 



• lib 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Comer California and Montgomery streets, 
San Francisco, 



[Tie BAT STATE and other Stoves, - 

WltbaltneaawrUagntor 
id Faooy TIN-WARE, Enameled and 

-■I [[t'O-.v.-.M-j.;, ii.FfKK-MILLS, 
BAKF.-UYESS, SAD-1R0MS, 
fie. Se. £c. 
Vot tale by- 

„„„_„_.,.. B^C. AUSTIN, 



Tli 



13 



Pee Keeper's Directory. 

■ ^J-H.HallBISOB.ApUtUD.HMrrama 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 




COOK'S SU6AR EVAPOHATOR. 

First Premiums at Thirty National utd Stats Fairs. 

THE ONLY SELLABLE EVAFOEATOBII 

FOR ECOHOMY 1H FUEL, nrcUunco In conitraedon, 
lursoWrliy la speed, end qusllty or nork, ll 1> Ityoad 

r.*nj|.Ti!4— . ir.in'^^r.'.r.;: rl.^-=ri[.fi-irj [jf ih? michlnrry noli 

■ulaV ™ D c«ioTiieEts « BjItkh. 

3f\l~\l~\ QALLON3 SIRUP FOB SALE. In lou lo lull 




Ho. 128 Sansome street, near Pine, 

BR0OKLYNH0TELBL0CK.....SAN FRANCISCO. 
Oecoral Asents Tor the PueiSo Coait, 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HODSE-FDRNISHINQ GOODS, £0. 
SOLE A.OE3STTS FOR 

JHALLER'S e 
J=ato22it ja_ii*tisjtk.t H 
FRUIT-JARS, 

The only abuloteljr reliable Jar la bio. 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE I 




Steamboats and Hotels. 
J. P. COCCSWELL, 

Uanoraetorcr 

COOKING STOVES, 

TTHWABE, HAEBWAEE, Eta., 



Splendid Hops for Sale! 



PURCHASERS C 






UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

THE BEST MILL 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AO-BNTa FOE 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



for sale. 







FOH SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 



ATTENTION ! ATTENTION I ! 
A Tract of Land, 

jiSSf-EMBRIcrNH AN AREA OF FOHR HDKD- 
XQfrriyl Aenu, has teeontlr been enrveiiKl and plot- 
•Jl^lcd Dot into Lot., wbith am do* ciT.tcI fur P.ils 
-^ on u rcamniMo Ion... Jin ^ny nr?i r,fl-red bj the 
vjihou. llMmEileod A-joclallomlDonrelly. Tho Traot 
ii koowD aa tho 

UNIVERSITY MOUND SURVEY, 

and deritet lis nemo from tho foot that IDo Dlreoton of 
Iho Uolvorj-Ur Colletio hare .elected a tile or abonl 
t-enlT acre* Id Ibe collier of Iho Irnct for Heir rjolteee 
Baildinc and PAI prnpartj ll more beautiful 

each Ih it II rami In ibo nmura. progrewof improvement 
WD be In 8«at demand for places of rc.ldcncn. That 

rntnraor 3an FrinsUoo Panoni deiirinf loluesta Ins, 

EitaUnIi shHdraD dndar'Uu patora.l ere and anay 
from Ihn corruplini; ialluentii "1 central city life, nlll 
do well to eiamine Ibla preporly before pnrcbaein E elso- 

InFeiiloenle in Real Eilato it li well knenn hnvopaid 
al largely ae any other, and iniurance drain-! ri.-k ..r 
deprecialien Id value ia lecnred by Ibe inie and rapid 



For failhor pnitloulan 



The Sest Location For 

RESIDENCES. 

1IAVING LAID OUT MY PHOPERTY| WHICH 18 

CITY OF fciAN JOSE, 
Into Lots and streets, 

and fnnlllOJ or San Prnacbco 

'0 Just bean bolit, and Fnmlilei 
ihor, ^ro pnparine l» bo.ld the 

jd'liifMt TilEnE IS KOBE BETTEb' 

a the "holu loitn. I Intend lo lell 

Abont Ten Lots more — Cheap, 

nd then ralie the price. Termt and rite of Lots to mil. 
L. PKETOST, 



T" :ini of tho bf 



Farm for Sale. 

M THREE HUNDRED ACRES FRONT- j^_ 
in.. .: ilk- of a Julio on lha r.-.ln.nhi:, F?fi 
Rive'r. twenty mites bclo-r Porllaoj 0»-?C 
iron, connietiog or a iptondid ST0OK RAKOE, abont 
lno hundred netei bollnra land wilh eoreral milei of 

bor-mltnble for Inmberlne nnd coDTeiskJot lo xater. 
For eal* aheap. For further particular,, Inquire or 

KNAPP, BURR ELL & CO., 
oolEin 310 Waihiaeton el., Ean Franeijco. 



^ Pretty URlo G.irden-Spot 



n deMghUu 
io»m S l. 



Bap^tleubin. 









WANTED. 




X3S 


W^Z' 


"S&firfiat 



"Wasliing: Machine 
"ECONOMY!" 

IMVEKTED BY J. SL UOHBEU. 

THIS 13 A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IN USB 
in every Family, to bo justly and fully appreciated. 
Tbl. Machine if of creel poter and Jur n l,ilil y , „,u, 



:,r., i ..null, „ r .. -..-.,. i,.. | ,.|ii, ..,,,,,1 raalllw. 

■'"■ "'"--iii in I.- r. |nii.-i ,-i, ((,,., |., r i nfihu operatnr 
arier II,, ciV-Lli,... .-.,.- ,.,.[ I„l., ,1,^ ,„«biuc uolil liov aro 

f i.l y I.. !... |il,.,:. -I in il„. ,-,,- ,„,) « u ,j, ,., ,,„ , IIL . li - |1 , 1 , | . 



,o f,„ I 



■ ii i ' r V,, r 'V , ' "" oiacninoanil IDO 

havlnV |ibrr , 'Vll 1 '. » ...■ '■.Ir'Z ' !t .':''K,'Sa"" i c"\t 
>-■■■■'■-■" ■|:-i.™l.ii.r." "Litilo Hbm." „ r ,uv ...!(',„, 

r.er.111 alter' Slid DIltlhlDa iolo »n 'ec'.s ■'■'.('■ 'f.-r'^u 

nn-tlinio. u> iijo ...no :,in.,.,„, „'„!, i,,,', : '\,'.' 

eWaa nDlhlo^WnuMnbo / •j; 1 ,,""*. 11 " 1 ' •"-'" 



! -;" .'' i ''i-: '■- '<•■' iot'-uUu!.! I- -In- ■•-,..] -., , j,. 
Tiail l J. M HORNER. 






TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE. 



^iterarg &JjntbIier]j. 



A OEEST OA03B. 

Tnnr narar Tall, irbo die 
In a fftoat oanio; Iho block may (Oak their gere, 
Their htida may loddan in the ma, their limbs 
Be tlrnni; to oily galea or saltla nails. 
But Hill their ipjrita walk abroad. Though yea 
Elapio, and others abara ai dark a doom, 



The norld at 



a freedom. 



Sa BUiid to tho Agod. 
Am, v.-rV-n trbiteoing for the tanib, Is nn nbject of 
sublimity. The passions have- ceased— hopes of 
stir bare ceased. They linger -with the young, 
and prny for the ynnng — and, ob I hotr cnrofal 
ebould tbn young be lo reword the aged with their 

as a benntirnl trait of character. Bo kind to 
those who nrn in the autumn of life, for tbon 
knoKCSt not whnt suffering they may haTO oo- 
duced, or bow much of it may still ba their por- 
liun. Do they seem unreasonable to God fault or 
murmur 1 Allow not (by aoger to kindle sgalost 
them ; rebuke them nut, fur doubtless mnoy ba.ro 



u the , 



of ci 



r year 



perhaps, their, dispositions, while in ibo 
time or life, worn leas flexible tbon 
they require aid of thee. Then r 
fully, forget not that tbn time n 
Ihoa mayst desire the same assists 



thy limbs ivilh Iremblinj 



iby face forever. 



balky, for wblcb sbe had been beaten and 

at last they ceased trying to conquer her 
wilh force. It was ooliced that Fib worked 

prcsslvc, she was almost snre to balk. At It 
way was found to Start her. Que hnt day in 

load was on the wagon, and all wns going sme 
ly, but about ten rods from tho bnrn Fib stonpi 
short. Tho men were rurious and would ha- 



lb- 



a ringing churns. 

Tho shower drew nearer. "Siog away," cried 
tho owner, "sing nwuy, Hart, the old bag is re- 
lenting ; I see it In her eye, and the tips of ber 
ears nro playing lo your mnsic like a ludy'a fin- 
gers on tho guitar." Sura enough, in a moment 
mora, off she started, and the load was safely 
honsed just as tho rain commenced falling. After 
Ibis a MotbOdlst hymn would always start her, 
and Hart declared that Fib knew n llethndist 
hymn frum any other— but, this wns merely his 
i"">6lo*tiOu. 

when road cither fnrwnrd or backward. Thoro 
are a a Tow such in En'glish, as "Able was I ero I 
saw Elba," iho reported answer of Napoleon to a 
question concerning bis nbility In rqnintalu him- 
self on the throne or Prance. But hero is one from 
tho Lalln inugnaga which is abend of nnyiblog 
we bavo met wilh the where, Sulir artpa taut Op- 
tra Tolai. Tho words aro tho saroo at whichever 
end you com rococo i but there ii something about 
it more enriuus still. Arrange tho words ono un^ 
dor another, thus: 

S A T O R 

A R E F O 

TENET 

OPERA 

ROTAS 
Now the sentence ronds tho same by beginning at 
tho top of the first column and going downward, 
or by beginning at the bnttom.of tho Inst column 
nnd reading jipt.- 1. rd The author or this singular 

it to huve written a small book. Whm does the 



ESTABLISHED IBSO- 

AGENCY 

OP THE 

Mission Woolen Mills 

Bli Fawcisco, Pib. It, lBOfc 
'i The proprietor, of Ibe ll!83!ON WOOLEN 



FAMILY ULANKKra, .11 Wool, superior Qullty: 

QOLDEH STATE OBSTa L0M0-9HAWL9, aU Wool, with 
TWEE119, doablouid tingle width, ell Wool, end dnlrabls 



beini .pccl.lly ed.pi. 



LAZARD PRBIIE3. Agents for 



16 



THE CALIFOlli^JASlS 



S|t Hartets. 






Wnolonalo Produco Report 






This repraaniW the pricoo paid by the daalor to the prod 


EUI 


11 


[ComcledanMlJy.by A. U. Todd 4l Co.,rto t!!Clay& 


7" 




Receipts of Grain and Pradoco of nil kind, oro o 


Iho 


A 


increase, Wuoale n lillle heller feeling in Whoa 


I— » 


lo 






P 


port buyers. Peed-Grains and liny aro arriving 


very 


b 


freely and prices bin declined, cansed by ubsou 


a u i 










price of Feed-Grain. so soon as Iho Interior sod n 
orn mines boffin lo draw their supplies ! nnd nolo 







kong, bolh look fuU assorted csrrow 



iking. forHong 
Iho former oi 
■ Wheal, 170 i 



pits; (ho Viking look also SO bbls Flour, 
SO ski Polaloes, and J50 usk» Qnicluilvoi 
steamers and vei»li for Victoria, ud Ih 



i .additional c 



ton to load BreadslofTi 
Hornot and Any. All 
other vessels undor charier us rapidly Ailing up. 

Oorrralpla or Produce from nronott Iho Bayfbrthi 
put woekbaro been u follows: Wheat 17,112 rta, Bar 
lay 01DP sks, OW £037 >lu, Polaloes M 10 sks, Hay 7f 
tons, Floor 1SC0 o,r-sks, Cornmeul SO sks. Corn 11B 
do. 

Also, Coaltiviw: Floor 787 qr-aks, Oato 
Bean. J1U afcs, Potatoes 3910 sks, Onloni 14 
KST ika, sod Wnel 14 bales. 
WbsM. f 1D0 Bj— 

Barley,...". .*.'. BID. 



WooLOrecna.f'D ...-. 



T>si lUiiUs 1 



. 



Bui Francisco Cnitle Bnrkel-— March, a. 

ATinaon iLACoorcmns* piucii. 

Beet — American, Erst quality Do to ojo; 2i crudity 
Se@4e; Spanish. So Is 5)o $D>. 

Ynat--3o@8e ^3!h. 

Hoos— Stock Hogs 2 to 3)o; fat Hogi oo foo 
Hbj Dressed 7c@Sc 

Men-Oif — dressed, 7o@0o, according lo quolitj 

Mire- Coirs— 1st quality |!0@!40; Id q 
(io@JM. 



Entail Prices a.1 
Apples.. .. ..«?! 



'sihlnglon Market— Hareb o. 



sss 



■^'. a- I .<■*.- -r(>p>,,a> - 

Mam... »><1«--* 

Wjtp. l.*TSCoa. perdu 1 3 
'loi Apple*.- ■■ eara.l 0> 
do ptuoeh.- Hluasuu 









Torlcjs.- ..*>». 



How 0*je 

,jU,hWaWu..'.'. 

. .. tMui.5 
ttabbtta.tamc.. 
Squirrel *r*it. 



BY CONTmEWTAIi TELEGRAPH. 
DATES TO FEBRUARY Mh. 



winding op of Congress nt noo 
Ih, nfter ibo pmrsnge of nil Ibo impotli 
oledbeloic; nod the lombloin gold dowi 
rumored ntinck oo Vleksburg lull m 
> be without foundation; but it li 
reparations nro nearly completed, and 



led onlj $1,200,000 
Hnolea lij ocgreEati 
)0,000. Bolh Uousei 



i Territory of tint 



passed. Tho bill for Iho admissiOD of :* 




, ,ir„ 




... -id. Tbelioi 














of Ihe Pflcilio Railro 


ad Act, two- lb 








Feb 


Mfh 




















rillai at Ibo Stone 




Jrossiop;. Our forces 








obels, sad nfter a b 






: n s.: 




back. The gue 




precipitate!]-, haviug 1 








































rains to fall in with i 










milcJOf llurfree 


l-.r 




Bffntlier is Tory unfavo 


rabln for active 






The Kentucky Bo 


so of Rep reset 




















lippi Valley States. 1 






Ken- 










The steamer from B 


rmoda the 19tb, 


ope 


Utbe 



ObBtlcstoo with 



A dispatch from Gen. Gra: 









are of Vicksbnrj 


and (be rebe 






elegraphs S 




bllons: "Iresic 






oId bos alio fallen 


in lo the ha 


is or lb 


Tbe rams Webb n 


d Queen of I 


a Weal 


til ..I... anrrondere 


Vi.-l-l.ur,., B 
, nil uf vvbic 


d tamme 
can be 








Therebclion I 


.; [i.[[.J..hb:Hj[ 


ock for 








inder a Dag nf tr 








bo McDon-ell 
i command 


Inc-mrr 


te ?7ib August, 


) meet Gen. Pope ai" 








KinCs Diiision was clucked by 


the reb 



d by Iho l'n:i.J.,ni 
d that the President wilt Ira 



irlrale letter from Port 
g corionislalemeot: 
:e went lo the North, I 
tad made a reconnoiE 
I Bay, landing there a 
nemj'a pickets to wilbi 
>od Ibco to within i 
a wns but abont n mi 

lbe"ain°lr" r 



. Foster, just b 
ce. They enler 



ilpuuu.. ....^D).l T^lOtrv Dry,. *.tr*&7^9L0 

*nuJ>o>B(Fni l eprf'-J-i JO)! do U.rco 



log lo follow theli 



1 . '• -■ 



, aotSrn.. .. ..|>o..-r) . 

. |RldlihH..Y'do> tiuotbe... S 



Swt— loutoKaii... f>lD.. H;L-( tt 



Removal . 

DAVIS ft WITHAM haia Bemocad Iholr nlaca ol 
bonloen (iee card) lo goulh»- OI i cerner Cloy and 

B. H.rUTIo. W. L.WlTBAH. 

DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 






o belicro that a ouccessfol 
a be mudo upon this llnbylon of the i> 
mn [luiirlerlicrflolore deemed uaassaih 
irlie l (cam or Princess Royal has been 
by the Clurernment for $112,000. 
mpaoy of S 



unlry pickets near I 



.>;: the Army of the Point: 



oo Kills; but were rt 

la army ol the Potome 
bout us mocb H- ..;.. . 
n McClallanitcd. In 



teer Florida enptured and burnt, 
February, Ihe ablp Jacob Bell, 
« Tork, wilb a cargo of 1,00c 



Inlonlrj, left Hurfrei 



>.,.'ht skirrrjisllin}; limy ]i 

„.l TbL-earalry chnrged 
^ ii. and uficr n few mlnn 



- :-; ng, 
-li p, l; for 

I. i-.-.il 



land. Tbe iccoi 

Meanwhile n d 
try mane a dolour and t 
co of tho onomy posted in i 
rly a mile from llju firil lin 
-bem, ivud making n Herci 
.ck, rinnlly forced inero fron 



Bragg/J ormy is at Shelbyvlllo nnd T.illahoc 



ough lo meet the 
vance by Rosec 
ids hate" been in 



Is soon oipecled. 



Jeff. Davis hns appoinlet! Jlnreli 2Ttb f 



s o o 

I Fine AuNii-nlisin Me- 
rino Hliecp. 

■ mrt FIVE BUN0KED e-UIX-nLOOD AOSTfiALIAS 
I day A Werlao Sb^p will bo olfen-d ol o b« 6 'lo II "1I«J l»r 
ube loarnrd by wldrsuln-; Iho Editor o( 



wounded, nnd 2 prisoners. Our loss, two 
slightly wonnded. 

' Tho steamer Columbia tun Ibo blncVude at ' 
minglon, N. O., and bad arrived nt St. Gee 



!■:■■!:■! 



n Thuriday. Tbe rchels first inok 



,nVr«..rJ.i 



■hu "J 



■a by a'deloch'menl nf tbBTblrteonlbUnval 
ed loo far In the pursuit nf tbn euec 

tl below Dnlon Roogo and in 
.i: have been made pronr ugnlnst e 

;o of Interesting telrgrnpb news, i 



Cashmere Goats. 

be bpmcJIatr. arrplleulon. A .very in 



Lt-XliHIANT 
L Impirli hoalUi ind pli 



RASCHE & SONS, 



SAIEBS TINT 



DPI ANOFO UTE S. 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Insti-iunents. Strings, &n,, 

for Ihe C( ' 



.'. C, Ki" V..r- 



r, !:iil.,i-i,l.,-.. T. (iili 
ijkeop coaslauilyoa hi 



They hovo Iho lar t -«l stock of well tl 
Mu.l.'.T.I E!..ulii l:.-l:.ir, .>.» rriDdr:,, 
Mlinlli in;roa..td l.v ftcb .ir.i .Ml- ,,-hli ,. 



il:,if.r. I', ,t,... .-,!,■ lii.,ii.ir, llr.i.ilAuJ [.moll oui largo, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 

1H5TBUMEHTS TUNEO AMO HEPAIHED. 
UajleeoidedaDdarraCffedforollio^riimenin; Now 

Mil-i- [..ll.li.hs.l; Mu-ic n ,r ; ,,.,-..| ™ n .l bound; 



MILITABY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Sworae, Belts, Sashes, Etc. 

Importer and hlanofaolurer of 

SEGALIA, nANNKllfl. FLAQ9,MlLirARV ESIBROIDEIll 

Hobos, Cops, Seals, and all Hoods required by 

Sooielles, Military nnd Civio Praceslous. 

T. RODOER3 JOHNSON, 
Oad-Follow , i Hall, il^b.lreel. 



A. H. TODD & CO., " 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Com nil salon aierchantB, 



ley, where u column 



mber of robeli 



■ [„|.l. 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

Con be procured in Ibis well known Warehouse on Ih 
F^orjfadlUy bio He led for .torin. Wheal, Barter 

Advano e s 



irge cnllictiona of official ordi 

he enemy's force conitsted of 1,000 cavalry, 

Sinciy .Senators and Represenlntlves rennrding 

bii i ■rjliimiTiitBt of ihe canals belnetn [li. Vull.-.,- 
[ tbe Mi-:'i.,,i|j|ii unil ibo Atlantic, as or great 
-■ '- -lOrtnnct, lending to promnlo tbe de- 

prosperlljr and nnlly of our whole 

o signed a call for " 



nntiona 



n tho snhjee 



nOhlc 



iir Purt Hndsnn, fnm 
; 200 pounds of powder 
lays Qeneral Sigcl 1,., 



<!>.■ iL.ri 






Now York. 
Kbw Yobk, Jlorch 4^Bichnngo dull, decidedly 

lower, nominal IS3fi : l».J. fjold nn^tll-il r.r,.," 
l-i.'. -:..!., linir, K l., -Ml. cl.ii,,:;,,! (i:,;,,, ,;:.;. [.. 
■.■In... in ..,,1,1 compkuly uMiclllcl iL„ mmt.li 
generally. Clo vein men I a looks nncbaoged, 7. 3D'. 



Rxncon Wool Depot. 

n. MoLEHJJAH & E. GEISAB,, 

H*Tfhe"ii{scoN b iiocK 001 ' ESTAI1LI S»MENr, 

liout m fo°morl*r. the bufineis'or "™ pr " 1 '" I " i Io ™°- 

GradlntT and I'acklng Wool for 
Slilpinenl. 

aad b |n'U'. n p* D , ,! M *jS"f" bol , D i"' ,U "lahlllhod here 

N. II— llavinc hoanl 111.' nul,i.l8 pnrlioi halo bean 
l".l'~|tii t - U ur"fl m ,|„ Marks," il],.y Brt . ] lcrL , t) , „„ ull , : ,, 



White Bine Hops I 
52,000 ^^S^ttes^sai-' 

v^Tordl -ho do.i,„ u.4 m .«, « Ad/iSiVSi re° 

..T-.T- 1. no ,-.„-. ,.„„..„,.,„,.,„ lb ,, _,„ „ Thriu .„ h . nn _ 



l.\lllli;u i.I'i.-i, 



DEU6S! 

_ To By Country Friend. ; 

'C. FRENCH ItlCHAKDS, 
DRUCCI8T AND CHEMIST. 

DBU on(l,eP. r it-,.v J .L il„„ u , ulr „ L • '"an any omor 



FARM STOCK, ifo- 



Italian and Common BeeSi 

^EBlOIt SWARSIS ' 




£■ Full-blood Merino Sheep. 

BeUT Port^n. K rliim.-7ull-l.li..Hl.MerlooEhooj.oa 
It Hftr-ioaro .ji-.l V.ir^in bj nj.r.ljinc; lo us. b 
oiler ot pononally, as wo havo some of very oilr 
iharaelorforralo. Address Editoi Fakkbii. W 



Fall-Blood Dui-h.-im 8 look, 
rarehuors of very eholoa Durhim Suck wilt do 1 

.icli, i.l I -TI..-1 LM-di-r,.-.", ■■■ i.J-lli v r:i.. iLI!,-,i,|.in i,l tl, 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

OriP Puroliasedl ^§ 

AT THE HIQDEST alARKKT RATES, 



K. FEUEESTEIN i& CO., 
flia raoisro; street. 

» SAN FRANCISCO. 



Sntter-street Stables, 

FIRE-FROOF BRICK BUILDING. 



jfe 1b 



W. J. WHITING & CO., 

LIVERY, SALE, and BOARDING 

STABLES, 

Sutler street, between Monlgomerj and Suns 



The Largest and Beat Ventilated Stables 

In Ihe city. 

All Horses onlro'tod lo us trill receive Iho host euro 
idallonlioo. US' liorsei Pricked and Docked • ' 
Dit approved stria. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY 

B0LB IMPURTERS OP THE 

San. Queutin Salt, 

Havo the Largest Slock and Best Assortment 
oo tbe Pnclflo Coast, 
Consulting, In part, of tho following klodai 
I0O loni i:il,;, Sou ■(,!, ,,ll,i Dairy, 50". tn d 70 



300 Ions SAN QTJENT1K ROCK; 

400 da CARMEN' ISLAKD; 

3£i0 do SANDWlOn ISLAND and OALIPOR. 



Lucerne, Luceme, Lucerne ! ! 

(OR ALFALFA.) 

50 "bhannah h * le— """Ohted nr sai 



XO,000 SOIsTQ-S. 

Five Cents Each, 




TRAVELING. 



STEAMSHIP LINE. 



California and New York, 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter than any other Bonte, 

The fast and favorite dart], _ 
iglne slenmiblp 

MOSES TATlOttj 
1,600 Tuns, 

B HOWES. .Conmaoi. 

Will bo dispatched for 

SAN JUAN DEL SUR. 

From Mission Street Wharf, pnoetoully ut 9 o'eUd 
In tho morning, on 

Wednesday, March 11, igjg 

Connecting at GREYT0WN with the ipl,^ 
Sloanuhip 

ILLINOIS, 



Rcdoced Rates of Passage and quick trip, « 
icoureil by the ro-openlng of Iho NICiKiaDI 
ROHTB. 

These Steamers aro nnsnrrawed far speed, clu 
lhen and sufety, nnd every effort nil! be reads 
in.-uro tho comfort nf |iaisengors. 

For further Information, apply lo 

1. Ii. IIOIII.IITS. Ac,,,. 

No. -107 Wasbinnlou itrest, 
- 20-td Opposile Post OlDco. 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company 



TUB rnr.i.invrsa HTBA1 



r. 3d -GOLDEN AGE, W. M. Hud.on, Com 
r. UUwSONOItA, W. F. Lapldoe, Comnuo 
r, a lat— CONSTITUTION, J. T. llalklu, Cc 



Pauensen will bo eoncoyeti from Panama lo Aaplnwia Ij 
.0 Psoiuna lUnroad Company, and from Ajplnwall to "^^ 
ork hy tho Allaalio and Paellte Sleaznaalp Company. 
A B, FORflES 

Agcol P. M. a Co, 
10 Corner orHocrsmcnlo and Lcldoadafaln 



California Steam Navigation CompMy, 

Dep-uturt dolly Jrorn Broadway vherf, al 4 o'cledr, P.1L 
CARRTINa HKITkD STATES MAIL, 
PAST AHO SPLENDID _ 



undiya ojeoptnl). Irotu Braaunr 



m-r YOUNtt AMKilICA, L1rit,-;oo, M«ler,oadHU 



NoUco to Sugar-makers. 

fTtHE UNDERdltJNED IS PREPARED TO FIL1 

' v.ii','iii.\j.i;i '.-;. [,!;.'; ■i,\'j';!-.ii' 1 ., , l ', r'nl'^fcitii^ 

JOIIM KEHDALf., Ajeal 



Locust Trees. 

JB TflOUSANO LOCUST TREES OP VEaV SO- 



in light aiudy M y. Knq 



CALIFORNIA FARMBB- 

Liat oTTcontB. 
IOitu Snssoaiaeua cm so otl money nr stain safslf; 
esbitorol tho I'oil-oraco, nnd Iho monay Hill comodlr« 

'n-to.pjinao it Co.,giiil(iArlr O^natn lUsaUfti 

'.'■■■ I, ....■'.. ■ ,-'■ ""'■ ■ ■:'■ :<■ '..■ ■ ■■-' r-. .1 -i 



U. Waiiria, llrmWm, 
11 CoBVBua. hool.rlkr, 



. M. :liir.iv .'. Ua]:i:i;„' i, ,..,. '....if.', .. ,v, ... 'l.„', Ciifi ,v - '■ 
foreign Agent*, 

^D^jcB.Via^wr^.'/V';;:; ';,■,.',;. ';::,;. '.;.',' r ' rl ^i\^ w 

Pay TJ» Through the Mail. 



VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING-. MARCH 13. 1863. 



NUMBER 



Cjf* Mifontia $umn. 

W AUD 10VHSAI. OF USEFUL SGIEHQES. 



iT,»*:f D rdinoiiil»,SKL For 


made of 


link, i 


a llxth copy will be «nl f nib 


Ibis dyk 


npnb 


by outer, UH «du I aumber. 


estimate 


ape 






tsuUrraci! [:, rUiU.TfllJMi CAIJfOHSrA fMIIMER, 



Bocladxalng Salt Marabou and Tula Linda. 
Alios o a number of example; in reclaiming fall 
marahr* el tbe East, vc copr the nantxed for the 



been lave 


nice 


aod us 


d (o n 


och 


ad ro otng 


oo 


lute land 


by 


neor 








A. J. Big 


!ow 


tint., b 






Imprnvem 




It Is made 


tor 




angle 


pro] 


clioR tow 


irds 








>T wh 






dtlr 


closes at 




f tide, 




a ins 


rmly till 




outside w 


ler 


s lower. 


The i 




for tbe 1 


030 


gates is ns 


ade 


howhn 


ebigbl 


of lb 


levee, so 


but 


repairs* 




aeeded. 


These 


Rates 


with pi 




of ;rasa d 


tches, will r 


pldlrt 


nin 


aod, and 




be found 


rp 


nnl adva 


nlage. 


Hot 


ere ts the 


re- 


port refer 


td 












Colour 


Ha 


ka rcsi 


es in Alyjli 


Connect 


nt, 


nod tbe a 




reclaimed Is a. 




head of 


Ida 


water oo 


ir.t 


c river, 


boot four m 


cs from L 


in IT 


Island bo 


nd. 


It cons 


its or 


ihon 


three ac 


M 


and [be impro 


emeat n 


as nod 


cuke 


q Tor the 




ujjoje of fo 


mm 


g a lawn 


in fron 


ore 




If. 


The man 




betwee 






od tbero 




BbDUlS.) 


oda 


rumba 


kmcot 


Itid 


Immedia 


•If 
















fed hj in 


lis 


enrni, a 


ndnnt 


ubje 


t at aa; t 






edi 




batea 








larj for t 


edyke. As 


his has 


a too 


d Tor sev 




yean «it 


n 


(pairs, 






rr easy c 


no- 




we, 














metho 


. Th 




od was 




staked do 


wh 


ro the dyke woi 








itch n 


tbene 








this slake 


R« 


und 1 Tc 


t Hide 


Th 


surface s 




were [aid 


KTB 


s tide o 


attowa 


d th 


river, To 


rm- 




tec 


root of the dyke 


T: 


o muck T 


nm 






iled ag; 








io place. 


lbs 






dmi 






hard pan. 


Tb 


nut 


top WSJ 


to 


fill the d 


tcb 



rent all abstroctiona tn the gate. The gate itself 
is made of stout plank rabbeted tugotber ns wide 
as the Quuio Is deep, and snlngi down upon a lip 
of wood fitting close nl the bottom and sides of 
Ibe Bnn 
This 



year.'lt has yield, 
rtiful crap. The 



Groan and Net Weight of Baeves, S 

and She op. 
Tni following table, though prepared in Enrj 
will answer very well fnr this latitude, and si 
be careruljj preserved fnr reference. To U 
Train Mark Lane Express, which says: 

Mr. J. B. Lowes has repnrted the results or 
Inbora upon the meao nctual weights of son 
our domestic animals (Jour. It. A. S. toI. ut 



taken from lb 


a nd|nc 


nt upland 


Th 


own 




In .olid with 






slim 






ditch wai fill 


dop. 


Tbii aim 


mo 


T etl 


wins 




ootof the 








Ural, which wasuho 


I two fe 






he staked off lb 


frel 






of tb- ditch a 


ready 


at, nod 


an n 


nnth 






io tin 










P>cctd gran 


ids ou 


, st an 


agio 


or a 


not i 




.gab. 






V 




from the diicl 










J'llow loam. 


Tbe en 


rib from the fir 




ch of 


feet wide, ,„, 


that fr 


mibeae 


nndr 


f-Ifr 






a of 1 










■bout 3 fee: ! 


Rb. 














nkrneot 






jSvel, and 


rroa a 


pleasant 


rflr 


Tl 






o ts ct 


otlnue.1 


.u,.l 




M. , 


Jberdgeor .. 


:■ 


culling 


otf a 


~. 


er (b 



te fur the whole s oerej. ThN 
>ogh iiroog enough for tbit lo- 
■t bo aomdeot tr tbe lids raoe 

ra»king to Improvement of Ibis 

)a the dyke, and bnlld BccordloR- 

ra feet la breadth lo one In bight 
i mucb. When completed and 
together, the dyko is as ornn- 
ice, and una need 00 t. aspect that 



I Tbti i, nilrl . ,. ' " " "' l ID *«- 

- -ha llumo I. thoroughly 
and made tight an all 



is capable of j 


"eldi 


RB 


1 k 


nds 


of garden, 


ahles, though 


t is 


aepl w 


Btoij 


In grass. 


nccuunt of thi 


imp 


0. 


men 


t stn 


nds nt.uin 


srooflend 


Da 




















,._ 70 00 

















l> 








....ISO OD 





























would be cb 


ed 






and 




a like capital n 


nd 1 


bar 


ia 


othe 


emptoj- 


than farmiog. 










V 


& Cotton-ra 


talnfc 


Cn 


culntlor 


ran Faiiitttt: 1 


con 


P"T 


IB 


with 


janr re- 


aakiag dara oo 


ba o 


llu 


SO 




oo, sognr 




7B' 




u mjpa 






d ki 




dK 


of CaHforoiB 


iiooj, climnie, 


Bud 


SOI 


an 


i oi 


whlcb 1 


bciilstioa in 


inyi 


Oftl 


nil 


pro« 


eeqnnllj 




pro| 


KB 




I tb 


se pleats 


valley uflbeMtssioB 


ppl 


or 




aun. To 


to twenlj acre 


wit 


(b 


P' 


WW 


1 require 


beads with tbei 


hoe 


i o 


lin 


we 


rill mnke 
other far 



Military University. aV*^ 

pnbllsh ihBl portion of Adjulaot GencrB 
io's report for 1BC2, rolnting to tbo establish. 
. of a Miliar/ University in Ibis Stain. It ii 



trill, n 

Io 

Scboo 


ndoubtedlr.mcetw 
urmcr nnnunl rep 


Ihpublic favor. UoBflp 
rts I hare frequeullj re 
mentnf n Stale UlliWrj 




in my last repor 


That there Is sufnclea 
asts ufour citizens cn 


their c 


f bearing nrmi, I 


step forth at the csll o 
heir nnmes for service 


butlo 


luoivcij proven bj 
serve Ibe Slate, or 


pnsl aod present erenls 


anygr 

ilT, BS 


mnntional cootc 


, requires skill and nblt- 
H Is the Iraest maxim 


IbaUn 


peace we should 
dividual who supp 


a prepared for war; for 



be lit of March ui 






I feel 



imploy by the pound. 



nrgid Ii 



b computations, ns evetv oeceasary la prodaced 
Keipectlully jours, Wm. C. HoDotraAL. 
iok would bo too bi E b. \f, 




those who hBVO oerer tried the experiment do bo 
—on b email scale at firot, If Ibcr arc al all skepti- 
cal, and murk the reoutro, ball) as regards quantity 
and qaollly uf crop. 



feet, n!..J lail i» Included with carcon, nud not 
with ibe niT.il™.; In the other nnlmnls. 

The above shows tbe net weight of cnttlo nnd 
sheep a trilio less than BO ^1 cent of gross weight, 
ood nwino a tride over 83 ^ cent. 

jonaidernbly in different breeds of the same ani- 
mal. Some valuable experiments were made by 
the Parliagion Farmer's Clob (near Leeds), with 

ipg, by feeding sheep of different breeds with an 
isl qoBotily of food, which breed was most 
S tabic, nnd best adapted to the soil of tbo la- 
ity (Jonr. Boy. Ag. Soc, vol. mil, p. 367). 

tbo same day In Leeds market, and it then 






posed ac 


» coBst of nigh 


hundred m 


es, aud cm- 


bracing 


a area exceed 


ng nil tbo Hew Englant 


Slates c 


ombined, tbo 


baraclor of 




north, ac 


nth, Bad cast, i 




1 importance 


otho U 


ion, aud the p 


rmenanco an 


d security of 


bat gre 


at growing co 


amarcn, nnl 


upon us lo 










amongst 


our people opo 


a this const, 


f we do not 










A forcig 


government b 




iuclplea an- 


agonist 


c lo our own, c 


lists open 


ar oorthern 


frontier, 


which Is ever j 


nlous of the 


rapidly ex- 








nd by many 










rrbich b 


r I talesmen nd 


pt lo crash 


utull rivalry 


ndopp 


Billon to her en 


pira over tb 


seas* while 


t the so 


th we find a p 


ntosola of s 


evora] buad- 


ed mile 


-pnrsely inho 


bited, witho 




ram ant. 


except tbat of 


a faclinn wb 




aln a temporary poner. 


md wbioh 


ffcrs, either 


JthoV 
nainlaod 


y of the Gulf 


nf California 
a force nt 


or by ,hc 



Oooa Wlnto 


c Batter from Roots. 






lerson 


who 


bns an aero 


of good 1 


nd 


nnd go 


denws 


may 


hare butter 


n Janunry 


nil 




y, equ 










s mad 


in Septcmbe 


r. Thnugbn 


t a farmer 


re- 


ognn 


rtlcle 


>ubli 


led recommc 






nr Sw 


llsh 1 




as food for 






Hpnng 


of I8S 
cetnp 


r! C ao 


dTl.rtM'S 


«f d .rS.« 


in 


Thagrt 


nnd w 


i not 


be best for r 


ots, yet I 


n ti- 








each 100 






rno U| (h 












The enwa had 




need to decre 






ity nn 


qn.il 


ty ol 


the milk, nfl 


r baring b 


er n 




am tbe 


gress 


and before f 


edlng the ro 


ts, 



bolb respects. The butler was equal In qualiiy 
what was In Juno, and in quantity lo Ibat made 
October. It was worth 3 or 4 cent, r, pouod 
mure than the white oily snbiiitule, gBnernllr 
fuund vi r,iroier.V tables at Ibe season or the 

select good toll, manure during the winter, and 
have the ground ready by planting time. Tbo 
profit on tbo few butbels raised this yenr, far ex- 

To 6" Headers for BvergroooH. 
Ii frequently happens tbat evergreens, Df Ihe rnro 
Bnd expensive klndt, are propagated frnm cuttings 
or layers from the olde-broncncs nf the parent 
tree. The yaung plants sa raised, are quite slow 
la form ccnlral loading shoots, Wo hare seen 
such young treei spreading and Bprnwllng about 
upon the grnuad for several years, as If they did 
cm knot. ho ff to rise, baring on central spire 
around which the other branches olo.lored, and 
ool worthy Ibe name of tree. Thlo porrersa habit 
can be broken up, and the struggling huoh can bo 
farced to throw up a lender. To do iti>, after tb. 
plant ha, made a ylgeroas root-growth, peg down 
nil the breaches to Ibe-ground. 

This will bo check tbo flow of sap Ibrongb 
them, thai a now and rigorous shoot will atari up 
fratn the hase, which will grow erect, and form Ibe 



old slrnggiera. Keep thi 



ell established, cut off tl 



soil. Tbe perpetuity of the blessing] of n 
government wblch we so hnppily enjoy, ro- 
es oar eternal vigilance and slecplesa activity, 



ily, they mny bo called upnn to fill. To pro 
■ comprehensive oyjtem of military cducntic 
be duty of tbe Legislators. War li a scii 



be 


raficlc 


cy o 


nrmi. 


Guvoramen 


■ bar 


an 




d, by 1 
uclion 


f Ibe 


nppropr 
military 


."rtanl'u 


als To 


th 
















oflr 


ogy, th 
oops, a 


.1 '!h 


modes 


of utlaek 




ents 


ire 


tonily 


bang 


d. Thi 


citeasiro 


know] 










10 colli 










cnrlh, 


nnd 


our pres 




c troo 


hips 














ry for a sir 


ciero 


ten Man 


to tbo mill 




irn 


Ion 


or the people 


Witho 




(III- 




ao, and 


edu 


atiou, a 


ermr [s 


liable 


nbe 






r ' V 










tin 


eut lo 


csla 


ghtered 


rnlher th 


n nn 


rm , 


ed l 


i battle 


It 


s Imposs 


ble lu exp 


ct that 


nur 
















i, ^aii 


equtr 


o ibnt ex 


en.ive mil 


nrykn 


owl- 



look Tar plana or fartlficationa, nnd skill to con- 
struct them : to him tbn infantry and artillery are 
Indebted for their position on tbe battle-field, and 

alruction uf tbo ways orcr roads and rivers, nnd 
in the entrenchments. Hnr can tbo ikillful Ar- 
tillerist bo considered much behind io the import- 
not duties of the profession. lie requires a knowl- 
edge of projectiles, tbo laws nf gravitation, the 
velocity nod forco of bodies, and bow he shall 
take posltioo for breach, In point blnnk, with 
mnlhemaiicnl accuracy. Ho shnuld know how lo 
construct gabions, fascines, embrasures, and va- 
rious other works rcqoired. 

Tboroluulcerrorce, os nl present constitnted, 
cnnnolhe expected toposECSseitbcr the theoretical 
or practical knowledge for these important duties. . 
If this be so, a remedy ought to bo applied 10 sup- 
ply this defect. There Is no belter way in which 
this could he done hy this State thnn by the cs- 

portunlty will be nfforded to the young men of the 

i military education. The Greeks taught the 
lilitnry science to the children in their schools, 
i Prussia every man ia a soldier, nnd required to 
n military duty for three years, and Ihore nro 

In which the privates are langbl the rudiments nf 
inruing, while High Schools, for tbe educatioo of 

There are also military schools rounded nt Berlin 
by Peter tbe Great. Tbe school of St. Cyr, found- 
ed by h'npolean in eighteen hundred and three, 
educates the youth of France, nnd there was ea- 
tnbllahed the system which Russia, Snxo ay, Bad 

It is 



estnb 


iibed u 


onlhi 


tin: 


s woe 


d not 




he fre- 


quen 


ed by th 


youth of 


;ho e 






ndulli 


who 




lecome 


skilled in 


thed 


lies 


of the 


soldi 


r, noold 


nttend 


the 


military no 


rl sr 


ontiflo 






a hull 


of 










cool 


thereby 


earno 


th 


prof 


SB Ion 




o sol- 






D fit 


hem 


for a 


tire a 


nd 


IfBcult 


Tb 


opportn 


nllyfo 


th 
nd. 


Ibe 


lenv 


ib 


'„"Z 


to suggest th 


propr 




of se 














ol s 


Stale 










cto ibo 


e nnw 


01 




n set 




of the 


older 


States of tbo Union 


Tbo 




an 


dsuc- 


cuss 




atinti, 




are f 


llvde 


moo 


Iratod 


hop 




trot 




fling 


he m 


[,, 




cm i 


ion Stnl 


Uolle 


CI. 


Tain 




linn 


1 am 


ully 


onviuce 


will 1 


eel 


with 




far 




upp 


rt. Tbo 


oirod 


etin 


oof n 




die 


Iplinn 



of atudy, nud ihorough- 



and division 
m? To Ibcr 
of their fcl 



ustedwiih the command. It is nnl tbo simple 
uly nf the officer trhn would aspire lo command 



Slate ar nation. 1 1 fits and prepares ns for at 
duties of life, Bnd should form the basis or e 
State educational institution. lis graduates it 
go forth— the tnncher to his school ; lha cngi 



di.-t 



ig board ; 



irltha 



tical education, baBcd upon syateui 

mind by the practical and ayalematic 
propoao to disc 
Re, but boll 



a of aoch a 

r, take i 



s inlliutiro step with a bop 
> U, n 



ttol Its merits. It Is for ihe 
ie the plan far tbo c=tiLlisl,menl 
on, aodlcall your Excellency's 
Iter, hoplDg that ll may be Ta- 
in the recommoodalions yoo 



othe 



■ i litl.l futlifieu 



Thu four grand divisions or which, .„ army : 
impnicd, nnmcly: infantry, cnvnlry, engioccr 
■"■ ry, nnd the mode of argnnlilng for mil 
>ps armed trtlli th 



and mov 
arm a, rec 
caiian of i 



iagineor nod Artillerist i 
includes ihe most comprc 
dy. To tb,: Engineer w 



lloaj, B should be made for some week, before 
lanppjlcd, aays ibe Scientific Amorlcnn, and 
when required for use sboold bo thoroughly 
'rked with somo fresh mnrtnr. The quantity of 
id sulinMa lo mix with n certain nmennl nf llmo 
dltteri (iccordiug |o tho quality of the lime. Acer- 
tain qgonlity of hair should bo mixed with all the 
piaster used for the first and second cams In tho 
raoma nf houses. Sharp quango Band is nra- 
never bTm^iTwiT'^ *""'" ,0 " ,hqn " d 

She 1 lima shuuld , u -v,-r In, en,pl.,_,,:d. |o plaster 
The sand ia sum'. ,,:Mi„„„ „ hllll |.| "^"^"sd, "o 
UaJ unpUdtiea before It is mind : ^iih 



IS 



THE CALIFORNIA IFABMEB. 



The AlLinthii.1 91lk-wt>rm of Cblun. • / 
{Bnnbyt Cynthia.) 






past the Cbineso 
of silk Hi on I b ot 
fnrniahed by tbe mulberry worn, for Ibo clothing 
of the poorer class of peopla and foe other fab- 
rics, and Ihnt ll is of so durable a. character thai 
the iimi garments manufactured of it are often 
worn by tbe second generation. 

This worm has been recently inlruduced loto 
Franc", where il has excited an rilraordinary In- 
ifi-i among; the higher classes of society, and 
even secured tbo favorable nttenlioo of Ibo Em- 

factoring iodustry of I 
omy lo the people. ! 
persons, most of whom 
perial Society of Acclir 
of othen 



begins to eat less and prepare for its cocoon. 
After voiding all Its cicromcnts and a largo drop 
I mors or less transparent, It commences 
in, afior hating attached two or three 
. a stalk with silken threads, GO that it 
Tall whan the stalk dies at tbe llmo or the 
lulling of the leaves. 

1 its cocoon, tho caterpillar 

that of the mulberry worm, 

prepare an elastic open- 

lUttorflj when fully ma- 






The; 






efan 



tbe Ind 



id Terebinths. Tbe 
i tree of h 



It Is 



nisb of Jopao. Il is originally 
Trorn Japan and China. LinnG classed It in 
Rhus (sumac), but Desfootaiocs established n 
genus for it, and colled it Ailanthut. Its It 
resemble those of the sumac ; tboy are winged, 
oral, sharp, baring at their base on each side 
tooth terminated by a una II gland, and benca 
specific name, glanduloia. It prows vigorously 



io shad 
Like the 



Tell a 



many persons. Tbo ioditidoals ate 
or female, sometimes bcraapbroditi 
iio.snjf.il. flat siliqoe, coalaining o 



is squares. The seeds r 



Ig fur It 



■ egress oT tl 

I when tho perfec 



Ing, the co- 
al i do with- 



young calterpillnrt will bo hatched ton or twelTB 

days afterwards. 

In order to gather these young caterpillars, it 

111 suffice lo plaeo npna tbo cjgs snmo leaves nf 

ttanlHvi growing on the shoots which are tender, 

inking enro lo put the Inferior lace of the folloles 

i the caterpillars, which they trill Immcdi- 

uaunt, Tonga themselves on tbo nndcr side, 

so leaves, bearing Ibo wurma generally nt- 
1 to the inferior face, should bora tbolr stems 
placed in boltles full of water, the mouths of 
" "i should be shot up with a small stnppcr or 
, to prevent Iho young ones from drownlag 
when they change tbeir pniitinn. 

If unforeseen circumslonccs-bsd < AM r 
Instance— abou Id prevent putting tbo i-oIjIc^Iiu:! 



The eocm>ns are of an elongated form, and 



early if not quit 
mlberry coennn, c 



y imvf been 

n, as Is the ci 

The prodi 



sc with tbDsi 
ct of silk li 
that or tho 
ised with lit- 



will be i 



)]« or this silk from Cblna show I 
in that country to make stuffs whli 
In fineness and luster those which a- 
of the mulberry silk, and which rir 
eaulifnl European Sinn's. They mot 
this textile material, both In the coi 

ranee the material has hsen cardi 



eeks or a monlb afier sowing. There 
*ee whose growth is so rapid, whoso 
o is sn cosy, and which Qourisbes so 

should be planted la rows; there 



ing one 


□ other, s 


tha 


the wo 




one clun 


p lo tbe 


Lber 


wilhOD 




hedges, 


ept at a 


mo 


erate fa 


gbl 






"Ti 






tho young worms 


on 


them a 


dt 


tbe coco 


ons very 


nay. 






Perbn 


s it will 






et 


to the 


igbl of 


en o 


r fi fleet 


fe 


other de 


fen to f 


ight 


n olTl 


e I 


also, it would be 




i leave 




Bids or 




lli-B 


wind 




hight, a 


d (bis w 


ould 


become 


a 


rest of 


be plant* 


ion. 






The 


isagreeable be 


.vsryt 


Kit 


the yon 


g Icares 


of tl 


Slree 


lha 


deslrocllon of lb 


pla 


I by all 


don 



ind aulhor of works .. 



snyi tl 



io Sno Ibreadi 



e double those o 
an inferior diameter ; they 
h lends lo them a grcati 
albir d'fncnrvillo repon 
as long as the other, an 



If It 



nfind a 



Fran 



ratio ot, hut it is beitei 
oinciding with tho twi 
limate. The eggs of 



y o/ Ihi Jilanthui Sflk-uorm. 
s silk-worm can produce three 



he, like 



II Ihos 



placiog a 


Ihe aide n 


f these bo 


ties other 


y Turoiah 


ed wllWrcsh leaves, 




will soon 




icbmlght 


Finally 


some Ind 


iduals wb 


fall— wblc 



It will be nc 
itcrpilh 



en individuals will soon mot 
cssury to goard against givi> 
B hnrd leaves gathered from 



ces, for they canoot easily i 
,os perish. This inconven 
It in plantations made with 

ly throwing onl shoots i 
his report to Ihe Sniper 
n-Mcncvillo proposed 



view to the rearing 
•eg would ho con- 
d tender leaves. 
- on this subject, if. 



r recovery from tbeir third sleep 
laps it will ho necessary lo proce 
aio localities, especially where tbt 
o ennngb to carry away the ynu 



^ 



A Word about Droao. 

On of the gravest mistakes in our dress is Ibo 
tblu covering or onr arras and legs. No 
physiologists can doubt Ibat Iho extremities in- 
asmuch covering as Iho budy. A fruitful 
D or disease, or congeslinn in the bead, chest, 
and abdomen, is found in tho nakedness of tho 
and legs, which prevents a folr distribution 
of Ibo blood. 

A young lady has just asked mo whnl sho con 
, for her very thin arms. She says she Is 
,hamsdnf them. I Tell them thrnugh tho thin 
,-■. -marine-, and found them freezing cnld. I 






:l,id. 



;, she replied. Certainly, but e 
>s them grow by giving them mo 
it lis of vigorous 






:old oi 



1 a sing! 






Tbo voluo or. exercise depends on the tempera- 
ture of tho muscles. A cold gymnasium Is un- 
profitable. Its temperature should be between 
GO and 70, nr Ibo limbs should bo warmly clothed. 
1 know that our servant girls and blacksmiths, by 
constant ond vigorous exercise, acquire large, 
fine arms, in spile nf their nakedness ; and II 
ynnng ladies will labnr ns bnrd from morning tilt 
nighl as do these useful classes, tbey may bn 
fiuo arms, but even then it is doubtful if 
would get rid of tbeir congestion of tbo 1 
d stomach, without more dress upoi 
legs. 
iR'nllh depends upon perfect circulu 

Put your hnnd under ynur dress 
y. Sow put your hand upon yonr 
id jour body warmer Ibun yonr nrm 

too much blood, producing hcndncl 
if fullness; Or tha chest has Iod 
blood, producing cough, rapid breathing, pr 
lido, orpalpltatloo or the heart; or the i 
blood, producing indigos 



ings, ni 




To transfsr tfa 


youngwormsonthe 




convey to them the 


ed with worm 


in baskets secured 


id attach stnnl 


quantities .of these 1 


ees. This can 


De done wllh nwjin 


r tbey must bo 


so arranged that lb 



them off before the wornui shall 
to quit the faded leaves to *r»l t 



:nt of the hedge, so as no 
inly will teach you bow I 

iavo fallen, to draw logelhc 
may bo too far aparl, wblc 






Whsn tbe worms have 
.gj, and have finished t 
heir cocoons In the leav 



be kept will never permit them t< 
Thi Egg,, Caltyitlar,, Cetoen; 



ind Silk o/j 
hose of the □ 



arge speettue 



i ond of oormol slr.e, tbey 
to Tour hundred eggs, 
is given four hundred and 



ngthe rest of autumo nnd all tho trial 
ir not to give out their Erst butterflies nn 

.ture these cocoons givoout their butterfii 
:o the first and thirtieth orJuuc, accordiagto the 
nrdooss of the seasnn. It is passible to hasten 
retard this coming ont of Ihe bn Iter fly, by 

second brood may he bad towards the end of 
■ nst, as about forty lo forty-five days elapse 
veeo the deposit of the egga and tho complo- 



Firit naring. — Presuming tl 
o cocoons {slightly thread.. 
erclng ihtui through and lb 
hundred or more) during it 



we havo preserved 
■ugh, In chipl. 



a the fifth lo tb 
rtnlment Is lo h 
butterflies whicl 
1 bo put togeiher 



tbey are finished, that it 

Stcond Rearing. 
until afler'lhey are ma 
it Ihe butterflies, which I 



tearing in tho lit 
B at all Tavorabl 
nelhodof preserving th. 



In nblnining tbi 
gust, yun finisl 
lya nf Ocloher, i 



SEED "WAREHOUSE. 

(ESTABLISHED m lBDOJ 

S. TV. MOORE, 

IMPOBTEK 

■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER [» 
ALL KINDS OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT. 

Agricultural 

....AND.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

HO. -10!* CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Balwoen Sansome and Montgomery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, 

E DKKERSIQNED HAS ESTABLISHED SDOH 



the! 



of the fi 
.re permni 
so of the 



the bowels have tt 
palion or dlarrhei 

temporarily reli 
- bands inio bo 
d by 






.9 will m 



Again, I say, the ejiremil 
clothing ns tbe body. Worn 
arms and legs with one or in 
woolcnTgnrmenls which lit tl 



Do you ask why tho 



iod wide-spread sk 
rms ond legs may o 



nioo, because it must be exposed, 
lisbed physician of Paris decln 
is death, "I believe iii.it during Iho 
,ve practiced my profession in 



bed Dr. J. 0. War 



Hints for Housekeepers. 



Ir tho covers of sofas 



of gall boa been mixed 
roam should bo opened si 
drying, and Hie colors an 
will In Lhis way be rest' 



uhhed with a dry Bun 



him to secure from the very best son 


o— tho meal skill. 


ful growon— tbolr choicest seeds [frown, ef which be wU 


olwajs be in receipt, and la audter 


variety, ImpirltJ 


dl recti! from France and England, : 


om well known ml 


responsible houses; some of tho a 


Oil prominent ue 


named In our calnl nines. 




It has been tbo experience of onr t 


est gardeners aad 




d, that seeds ralitd 


in California are not folly reliable a 


d cannot bo for a 






lirl; knowledge shall bo given to the 


business. 



small quanlfty 



They should b 
nearly dried, the 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Obilo Clover; Hungarian Grass; 
Kentucky Blue-gross; Orchard Grass; 
Red-top Grass; Sainfoin Gnu; 

Eii;-'i li rU-u-grnss, Timothy Grass ; 

Red Clover; White Dulch Clover; 

Crimson Clover, Locarno, tc. &c. *c. 



EVERY VARIETY OF 

BEET, OABBAGE, CARROT, RADISH, TURNIP, 

OLiCLUIREII, MRI.UNS, l.n Tin.'!-:. (IXIOSS, 



Tobacco Seed. 

iVAKA, VIRGINIA, COSNECTICDT SEE! 
'^EAP, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEED. 

COTTON SEED. 

Guano from Johngton's Inland. 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 Varlcllea}- 

33TJLBS g 

EST, TULIPS, HYACINTHS, 



be great majority of other specie 


"moult 




spin th 


ons. Before each moult ihcy rcma 




from iwemy-foor to foriy-elgbi hou 


s, accor 




crisis b 


designated at their sleep. Beror 




.they liootbe lower side of Ihe 


caf wh 






lbo ? solidly grasp wltb tbeir memb 


noons re 


uogle Ibem with It so that at ihe 




: going oat or ihe old skin it remai 




he threads of this network, and the 


caterpi 



-, sire, and general . F[ -t Cf I, different 

mil. After Ihe fourth the catei 

a length of abont tbna Inches. Il 



ing laid, sbonld be Iran 
10 68° or 75" Fubrenbo 
honld beconstanllyera 
n Ihe degree of proper 



they would still co 
Jcccding genor 



To Prevent ■'Ohappod I 
inpped and cracked b 



ind perhaps 



; ti r .,,, „_,..„.„'. ,/„,..,» ,„-.„.,[ 






it brings 
polished 
i rightly 



after this It should hi 



RAS^HE Jfc SONS, 



elyre 


jiiir.'d 


, tl - 


















■lii:..- li,..,,,, 


liyl 


,|. Ibr 




k wMe r in 



s when uuihing was used nli^r lb., iLu, ir . 



DBA1.BHS Ilsr 

PIANOFORTE* 

SHE]JT MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instnimeats, Strings', &c, 



1 Who.* Pli,r, CL 

I'f- "-I f,.r HKNT. ' 

li,..:, r!,., I. iri „,i h(Mk f 
>n-1 «* J-l D-.liM,, <■„, j. r:ll|l 









.iy. imporlod direct I 
and OciutASr. 

erlonoo in tho Sood E 



li.kT, 



of bis ability to 



Ulsfv hi 



a Fusel 



n ^ 



5c Native California Evergreen ; 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fob Exposti.7 



Large Btook of E?ory Variety of Seed, 

Coo orf«r unuiuni Imlueomonlj, lo 

MERCHANTS IX THIS TRADE, PAIUtB&i 

AND LARGE BANCO OWNERS, 

Who wish to bosunnllod lo his lino. 

And wonld Toeouuiood that Onncns ronSainco 
DIREOT to the nnJonlcnod, Ihruutfh tbo Biprsi 
h r Mail, othorwl^o parllo, run GREAT RISE ..f beta* 
Impoioo upon, lo caso their Onlurs ab.^ild bo filled ** 



ho undenlgued Is also |.ornjin D <J to refer W W 
rron. editor or California Fariuor, who hM had » 
orloooe of tnonty ,e>n In the- Sood nod HorMl 
; oeu, ft nd Is coavenant with lha hl B h value of'*' 
ed.oodj, and ihair juperijrlly lo all olhor "«**■ 

&" Scad for a Catalogue. 

S. W. MOOBE, 

SEED WAnBHOPSBj 

408 (old Ho. 110) California itioot, 
t Mar FUjiacisco, 



TEC IE OALIPOENIA FAEMEE. 



19 



fcalifornin ft a tea..- 

TBE INDI/iKOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA 

SXTII.— VI,— HISCKLLAXEOUS ADDENDA. 
Treje* Work oo Tho Conquest and Conversion of 

Northern Mciico. 
TBHwork is improperly sivlcd « history or tl 
QooqUttl of New Sinico, iu Davis' Now Melk 
|^HbS6!. Its proper tide if "Bialorin brovo do 
Oooqnistn if la, Ksladas iodeptodioniii del ia 
pifio tnllgijii Vi-lidlM." si-:. |'->r IViJre FriSncisc 
JWjea.coolcijla j gnardijn del Colegio de Gnndi 
lop, de K.i.:iiic.;iv=, 1 ml. rjrii.i, pp. ;•■>_', Mtiic- 
l«S(ooi 1930). It dots noi conlolo over tbn 

(Onfined In very hri"f abstracts to tti p first Belli* 

Bin, Zocalecns, Sonora, Sinaloa, New Leon, Tan 
•allpu, Dnf-ingo, ChiliuahQcv, Coahoilln, Trim, 
Oelicpi, New Jleiico, Neurit of EjElero Sinaloa, 

^■blTaaalaias of Jalisco, and lbo lira California. 
. This ibori history Frejm says is principally re- 
ivtti from tbc iDjnuicripl work of lbs Licenciala 
got* F.dilla, Chancellor of the Roj*l Audience 
orKeT Gilicin or Guadalajara, about 1T30, and 
«u n-ed by Frrje; from lbo ore-hives of the Fran- 
Ciiean Content of r.nadslajnra, or aa we aro lu- 
fconed was lo bo found in their Convent or Zupa- 
popaocar Ibit cily. h ij well written, very hon- 

I ejtand jus I, hut too briif. 

lot nouataini of Zicateca?, which were not si- 
I^Bwed 10 be worked in 17-10 by Ibo Viceroj-, be 

Came they would injure [tic Alianden mints or 
^^Bfuia- He also mentions Ibo Indian rnlus of Vil- 

lanuera or flactniida ouir Zacaiccas, and gives no 
^^Rnnalngicil description of the Indian tribes or 
^^Rfae eoootrie, be writes about. The Conlioles nr 
^^poighaillns, flnnsarigatnrs, Tocos and Tobor.09, 
i^^bibited Coaboila, in tha vicinity of SaUillo pre- 
I aidio and Parse; also, Ibo Cartujanot, Cbicbi- 

■ esdes, Bobilos, Salinerw, and Alupas. The Tlas- 
K ealtans Indiana assisted Lbo Spaniards in alt these 

■ ndnctions end missions of New Gallicla, The 
I Kayarits lired in Ibc mountains of West Jalisco 

■ »nd Slaolos, also lbo Coras of Central Sinaloa; 
I the Gaacbiles or Guicholei, Ibe Zucm 



(18G1) that in 1S19 there wore, only three printing 
presses; in Mexico city, and printing was very 
costly. Id 1831 tbe first printing-press appealed 
in Guadalajara, and In 1S31 the first in Pueblo 
Oily. But tha Jloiico city presses had etuicd /or 



I bill. TV. -f 

on, ,.r^.., 
f tbe India) 



• of Mexico, all of "bleb 
cs of inedited mnunsOripl 



.NEW COODSM 

KIRBY, BYRHE 8s CO., 

HAVE JDST RECEIVED 

A IAHQE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, GROS [)E ZUMCII, BLACK lIROS QilAIN; 

HicaUolreAnllqDo; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain Silks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk ana Wool FanlOMl, Poptln d'Aracon: 
Plain Irish and French Poplin ; 

Plain and Fl I'd tin man and Merino. 

Stcb all-wool Plaid.-, French de Lalne, 
Mohairs. EplDcllne, Faotards, 

id e«rr variely of WBW DRESS dOODS, now worn 

KOBE IMPERATEICE. 

In GLOAES and SHAWLS, 



GUm^T SALE 

For the Season of 1863. 



of Jnli 



as, Olotoles, 



Topies, T.rahan 
VEutern Sonora meantains. Tbc Kajnrit ti 
leovered moth territiry of tbo Westers Si 
Eltiure valleys and Sierras, and n-ere rery uui 

oo ; n-^. r.v. : lb ey were Altec tribes and i 

tirrenl7'jO and 1740, ai maybe seen in Flnrias 
' "ApOflolico Afanes. Fodro Pcdru de Gante, i 
I Wlatioo of tbe Emperor Cbattes tbe Fifth, after- 
Kranli Archbishop of Mexico, Jnstrncled tbc lo- 
"Olans of Mexico valley in Ibe Spanish langnng* 
t Ud arts who were afterwards osefol to (he Span- 
Binds | a Bubdoing Jalisco and other weateru terri- 
Hprita; the Franciscans under Father Gante greatly 
Kliiled in Ibe Jalisco redo ' 
■ The memoir of CblBialpain on the Conqntst of 
^Jjtlseo, was cdilcd by C. Busiamente about 18 
fche tribes mentioned ia tho fa/egoing nnrtb. 
ntllricia seem (n have been all Aitocao affiliatii 

Hod were much inferior in docililyand civiliiatlon 
Bo the Toltccs or Tlascallao tribes, the gr 

ttends of tbe Spaniards, 
fill CoUtga, Libroria and Cuntau 0/ Jrfaico 
Frejes says lbo Franciscan Contents or SanU 
Erangelio or Conrenlt Grande of San Franett 
de lleiico, furaishtd tbe Missinns of New Moxlc 
the College of Zaeatecas, Ibose of Durango and 
* Chihuahua; the colleges of Santiago of Guoda 

Bjara, and of San La Crni of Querela™, those 

, Sonnra, Sinaloa, and .Vayarit ; Ibe College of Si . 

Fernando, Mexico, those of Altu California, and 

Ilia Collcgn of Guadrlupo of Zacnlecai, those 1 

Tamaalipas, Taraubnmaras, and Texas. The otb, 

Missionary Colleg.-s and Conreols of tbe Indior 

pf these districts were those of Guadalajara, Dc 

ingo, and Zacalecas, of Ibe Dominicans ; the Ai 

[tllei ; the Merccdarlas bad similar instiVu lions i 
•Jalojara, ZocatccaB, Agnas Galientes and Ci 
■; the Carmelitiu sro In Gnadalajara; tt 



slid, Dur 



as, Me: 



no each In Guadalajara, Zacai 
tin, and Agnas Calie ales ; ani 
in Guadalajara. The Francl 
abjo in Monlcrey, Monelorn 

1 of Cortex moat of the Missions of New Spa! 

ic work "Travels in tho Westei 

mhru of Mexico, I vol. Sro. San Francisc 

which gives mnch mcfnl information on a 

atej or Pacific Mexico, says ihere are ti 

al colleges in tho Republic, one In each caj 

lie bishoprics; or these, six ore lo Mexlt 

|"J, to wit: Saa Ildefon.o, San Grcgorio, Ss 

m it Leiran, the School of Medicine, the Co 

1 tho Military College. Thci 

_ ..Jrarles Iu Moxlcocity: that or 

•»t>lt iop.lH.eJ manuscripti; that or tbe Dulver- 
fi 3,000 rnlnraesi that ol Saa Gnrgonlo, with 
* 11.000 volume,; and that of San Joan La. 

'f the old Jesuit Convent of 
p Ptdro y San Pablo, and the different eonrent 
jffrle. scattered throughout the city of Mexico, 
jflhrooghoul thedlfferent ciiies of the Republic. 

institutions wore affect- 

■■ '■■■"■■ rezGorernmentonec^henol, 

H»"l the Indiaa name, or lbo Me.lc" '.^ 
lerini In California, as may be icen 



tatbclod 



ulogy. 
Tho PrinUng.pren In Mexico, 



In FURS, 



Far Cloaks, 

For Miatillas, 
Fur Tippets, 

and Far Collars, and Cans— Sow. 

....WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OCR TRADE 

AND MARKED WiTH OUR NAME, 

IRISH IiIKTBISTS, 

8hirtikg linen". 
TjXJstett shbetinq, 

Itaon I'.'ui! u Cloths and Napkins, 

And Llaen Cambrio Bnodkorobiofs. 



keeping Goods, Flannels, Blan- 
kets, Quilt,, Underwear, 
Muilius and Sheetings. 

isplei 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

No. 1 Montgomery, 

Soar Market, 
Kext door to MbhoIo Temple. 



GRAVES, WHXIAMS &. BUCKLEY, 

HAVE THE SOLE AGENCY 
For 

C. W. REED, Washington, Yolo county. 
^ B. S. FOX, Sao Joso. 

MARE FaIWEY, Sun Joes, 
W4I. O'DONNBLL, San Jose. 
L. A. GOULD, Santa Clara. 
THOMPSON'S NURSERIES, Suicol. 
MOCK'S NURSERIES, Pelnluma. 
PEPPER'S ' do do 

With other irenaet open for all tbe Prodnctloa, ol ih 

Hnrsery, Vineyard, aai Garden. 

i»- Orion can be left at the DEPOT— 

TIiJ3 PAOIPIO 

FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 

"WAREHOUSE. 

■Our ■OTrairsnienle are now eoroplole for iappljieg 

Pruit Trees, 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-Vines, 

Garden Shrubs, 

i* kinds 1 and every vnrlnly of art tola or 

NURSERY STOCK 



,* HEED, PLANTS, ETC. 

FRUIT TREES' 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry .Trees, 

For Sale al a Bargain. 



DUILP- g* 



tUAYINO HOLD SEVERAL BUILD- 
A.T VBUT LOW PHIDB 
All tbe ORAPE- VINES aod TREES that are on tho' 
taiaro tho expense of transplants e; lo annlherptaci 
BS~ Orders promptlr ntlonded to. 



Direct 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

ISe-vv City of 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 
AHTIOCH and HEW TOEK, 



San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 



L. PBEVOST, 



WaSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

TftOIt SALE BV- 

And BRDflUIEKF. A DrFIOT, 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds, 



AUTOCRAT OF THE ETTCHEW. 

The Original P. p. Stewart I 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARG-JL OVEN 

nnier and Winter Ali-Tlgric 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and ADthradte, or Bilnmlnous Coal. 

laei.andbv the Addition 
iblo-ibeol Doti™ Ft as 

Attoatbn Ls Invited to lbo following poind or .nporl. 

."jit/rJunAornrr-taillni;, with pn™ t c »ro. al loul 

J'-Htar;. Piuvea am mm In n.e tUl itoro tc x „„ il 

IBS ' 1B 

thoninirbly cobhiu-jiH."!! le^Suro 1° ful.mli'r'.", w 

'■■"'. ,/-:': i '" r ;! 1 |™S l "" t ' ir ™ lu ' u ' l ™™J'i«e!r 

Jtb. Ecososiv— Sarin r tbo cost or tbo Store In ono 
5th, VasrrLAT(oB U or Utlt.— In the Slow.rl Sloto 
a H5 i 1 ™" i ™ > " "V"" " ir « llT lnl ° ta " °"n Ir.ro- 

:-eJ t'T Icl.ir.. 1 al.nt). „,u:i,,. : a diroMdraft throuKb 



by thoSwvomoj 



Soma 1 ' n -,. - I:- t Rbleh ■ 
<ntly boated than bye 



ib|^g"bmj;rr7^ , ho,eM n o ; 'hV vooSi. " d * i " ,o,,t 



TREES" %[ all kinds -IMr^nLoaeihlbmJn 
Welnjiteall bnyer, tocall D0 
u bornre makiac tboir nur- 
cbuo,orla r iaclbolrj l |an:..ag 
•fo hare iinoial indocomonts 
to offer thorn. 

We voold earileglertv call the attention or bojers of 
Tree, aod Vfaa, to tbo fact, that, nitinc to tbo storms of 
(bo lut wimor, tbo planlln. rf Irea, „ M BtB orally dlr- 
ptnied with all o«r the State, consequoatlj, this buri- 
neM DUH be Breads angmented tfabr iguoo, ood 11 
therefore behove, bujer, to make tboir selection, early 
and Lk.n feenre GOOD TREES, as the domaad, for 
Ibom tourt jo very larito, and very prenlej-, and lh.0,0 
that rornari ordon early will bo the Orel that olll bo 

ThoMndltloDorihoNnnorv Trade has boon *a dls- 

there .re a,„ bet vorv f™ K,™".. "at ^""lllwo 
li-rtr, aad buyer, (hould purchase of only noil known 

Sa<roo, ra -h,°, ad lb "r Mm'SLtT *" "'" , ' 

tl^'im^lw^^V^'kF'"] '"' A So - ' T " 1 "' 
but the, will be°dol°y«, dto the dr^nl MoamJrs'and 
irbarve, 10 our harbor, free or ebarse. '""" "' " ltl 

Catalogues of Varieties and Prices 

Can be obtain 

■a In nahtoE'inoirKleetlou 



j« JUST IlECEIVED FROSI KA1T. ^g 

5,-^..,-^,, ei iteaouMp Scotland, .ad for Ml, t.jjgg 

WM. HASELTINE, 
At Tlie Japanese Bazaar, 

JO, 3S1 MONTpOMBHT ST. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape-Vines, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

oniirirlDglhnfoIlowIaj choice TaflcdMi 
Apple, Cherry, Pcacb nnd Pear Trees ; 
Apricot, Plum, Potnegrnnnlo and Fig Trees - 

Camclin, Locust, Button and Lflcquer Trees ; 
Hibon, Variegalcd Pine, Too Planls, nnd "Ale" 

Grapc-Vinca, Evergreen 9, Eto. 

Grain, Vegetable, &Flower Beeds of Japan. 
Or I8G2, 

Tosether wlrb all tbo varieties ol 

B.IOE S£3£3X>S 

S!^e^™ P Ka tte5 S ™ld™ *f sS 1 ** "*" """ bj 
Ibis rawkH, Had an,' iTlaVmoB pcilMTondltSST'eoa' 



ABIERICAN SEED-STORE, 
1863. beb '»l_ 8BEDB ' 1863. 

JUflT RECEIVED BV BTtAalEH, per K,p mM dt—i 

GKO^FIt"^ 1 °° d '"" EA8TEItN tEE0.UO0.-td ood 

A large ud complete aiiomneotol 

Choice and Reliable Seeds, of [be Growth 
or: 1862. 

(■arden, 

Flower, 

Field, 

Grass and 

Clover Seeds, 

etc., Eii- 
In Every Variety, 

BATKa" ° B " to D,,Uor * ""' Aancolturiit. u u, LOWEST 
[""apjlr and reliably filln]. 



TITLE PERFECT, 

■*4- P ATBKTT 

UA'ITED STATES. 
5,000 

Building Lots! 

,500 
TO BE GIVEN AWAY I, 

DISTRIBUTED FREEI 

'o snch as shall first mnko application, and s, 
G0OH, CLEAR UKEll R iv,n at once (uncnndilion- 
illy), leaving it lu lbo oplion or tbo pnrtj 

TO IMPROVE OB SOT ; 
ml it is expected tbnl those Inking one or Ibe Gift 
Lots will use their influence in directing persons 
leckiug a Home in California., la Iba 

NEW CITY AND CODHTY. 

Bjso doing, they nil! be tbo moons nf getting 

to ecltte, than if ibey vrcro lo improve tbc m- 

Money Loaned 

To Such as Build Immediately on the Prem- 
ises at a Low Bate of Interest. 



[on of this magnificent site for a 
NEW CITY, 

nnd never sobject to overflow from tbo flooding 
or rise ot tbo river or bav In winter, as tbu wharf 
nnd warehouses were btiill nt lbo lime uf tho 

HIGHEST FLOOD LAST WBiTSB. 
Tbo vnst region or lino conmry around it Is rap- 



Great and Commercial City, 

It being n mldwHj stoppiug-place for lbo steamers 
tlallr from San Francisco lo Sacramento. 

Alreidj, at and around Collinsvillo, ihere is a 
large number or inhabitants. They have, also, a 
Post-OIEce, Store, largo Warehouse, and a 

Magnificent Wharf, 

Tito Hundred feet Inng bv Ono Ilundrid feet wldo, 
wblch cost tho present proprietors upwards o( 

$10,000. 

Tbo Farming Conntry in Solano Connly can 



' luri.'.!,,.J ,,-, i,j, d .:i , : 



'. It. STRONG, 



GEHEHAI C0MMIS8IOH BDSIHEaB, 

Be, leave u elll a , -, l[8Blloll rf lho[r M 
bo publlo (onoroll,, to u, D | r ptM , n{ , 
■>. THE PAOIP10 FRJIfT MARKET *ble 
**■ »»a eeoorai B d op ,|blllt, lo bosloe^, lb, 

think U not oiMlled, u* eoaalod, In Son Fran-!™ 
The, OIK, a,fc attention lo the W— -- '-" ^' - 

-blob will In To 



god hi lb 
eoratolulon on Fmlt nr 



7 kind. 



Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY and 

CONNECTICUT 

Seed-Leaf Tobacco. 

FHESH ADD PURE, 

JUST HBCKIVED. 

W. R. STRONG, 



Lucemej Lucerne, Lucerne I ! 

(OR ALFALFA.) 

50 B D& S HrUH. ""-UIPOM-BD B, SAatUEL 



nmo Is milder, both in snramer and vrlater, 
n almost nnj other pnrt or Calirornlo. 

A CITY 
h Bach a situation, eurrounded by so mognlfi. 

A QHEAT and GLORIOUS DESTfNY. 



f»-IIoware of tbo 1 



„,„ ^Va'oJof'iu 011 ! " ■*'" 

elaol^ors'ara'Moach 1 ' "^EMrAitT."""* 

f.li.Kfr Br. HICHtKH. 
a Koarnr, bet- Cal, and Pine ,u., fi u f7„. 



1 from lbs onnora a, lo the tltna 
I be cllored Tor ialo. When.alei 
itcommlulonwIU boeaanred. 
IRAVEa, W1LUAMS i BUOKtEV. 



EHTJBABB ANB ASPAEAQUS ROOIS. 
DoMn ^ 1 «rap ia, einl Ynt , VrlUi 83 f 



saving ur 

Over One Huadrei] Miles to (hose who Drive 
Slock to (bat Market. 

Somo pcraons, not realizing Ihu imraenss rlao 00 
properly iu new cities, may any : "How c»n wo af- 
L.rJ 10 k|v, „„-,)■ ,„ „,„„,- loia, Dol knowing bow 
many will te actunl seltlera?" 

H l,j , ... oil.mcn, if by giving away fivo hnodred 
low, wo con Induce ono hundred 10 soiilo, then, 
tbo rise of our ola moro than pays us for tbn, 
given away, and llioso balding ibe remaining lot. 
ore me owners or a handsome property. 

Tho Very Lois You now Eccelvc may fn 

less (ban Three Years be Worth 

Thousands of Dollars ! 

at their earliest convenienco. 

Hole, la Iinmedlato riclnlaj-, 

atnlowprico to tboso who will mnbo ImproM- 
menlB durlog the coming year. 

TO AGENTS. 

£lere F o°"n n tb* 1 " ,Vl " ° Ct "' ABen '' nnd B et n P Bn 

Cro meehanics.VrTwIU giro Ibem an ei.^lT ° f 

Por Plan uf lbo tiity, sbowinc il, u | n paiinn .f 

««*,«, 1 L.u,., mi.., , v "x; s;z;. r 



Collinsville Land Company, 

...,.,.„, „. , 318 CaUfornli Stat, S.F, Cal. 

iiSf.'wai"S,'.;£i' „"."*■ '"■"■'o-d.^Sa JoiHo.lolti Port Olllralui ftmotoc 



so 



THE OA.LIFOBNIA FABMEB^ 



t% Mifareia Jtamtt. 




v 



A PREMIUM. 
W» will present six packoges of fresh aecds to 
every now subscriber, thai desirea the same. The 
acods tcill consist of coffee, cotton, lob aeco, rice, 
and other new nun" valuable varieties. Clubs or 
five or ten subscribers, in one lot, Bill bo entitled 

otber acods from thoso mentioned be preferred, 
let Ibe eobacriber name, and ho will receive 
lb em. Also, to nld anbscrlbcrs paying arreorages 
nod receiving, do we eileod Ibo lime terms. 



State) Aeilcu.lt.ural Society. 
Tna adjourned meeElng of the Stole Agricultural 
SoeieEy was held at Sacramento on the lllh hurt., 
President HarassEby id the chair. After remarks 
■crol speakers upon the condition or the 
and ibe effect Ibo alteration of the char- 
Id have upon their present action, It wna 
<at tho election of oCficora nnder the now 
rould not be valid. A portion of lbs first 



that wowil] receive Ibo Legal Tender So tract pi 
lubscripiion lo the F.ib«*b. If those wbowl 
remit tbeir subBcriptions by mail will send 
firs dollar note, which la very ennvcuiec 
remit, we will credit them with the full five 
larfl. or n year and a quarter's subscription, 
(end along the "green backs"— Ibo more 
merrier. Taken at par every limol 



mure to apply u at penmuHy. 



Pnrenaslug Agency. 
Hlrlap Wtfcocrpfriencool ororlMrty je 
la Trcn, PIddu. Sects, find AfrlcnLraml Implc 



Snlei nf Grain end WooL 
Thaa who deiire (o realize the toy * 
for rtr/r Cr.n'n and Wool, enn be inforr 



D 


rhtm 




Oreo 


i Cattle, Bio 


d n 


nu, U 


«t- 


Itr i 


rid Co 


re 


aid Si 


ro, America/ 


tae, 


and La 


nit 


ana* 
Spec 


altsl 




*,M 


laic See a 


ictrlu 


"*""" 


the 



L Long, Dry Spell. 
The Idle, long dry weather bns bad Ibe 
bring forward vegetation very rapidly— 



mo of n 



i of ibo . 

not read, bi 



dual c> 



rad the 



t main known aavo by 
e report of the Treasurer, which ahows the Sn- 
ely to bo greatly embarrassed. Wo give Iho fol- 

wing facls, which abnuld bo well impressed 
poo the public mind— for thia Institution it un- 
;r Ibo patronage of the State, fostered and aup- 
jrled by it. 

The Trcnaurer'a report of roccipla for ISQ2, rc- 
lals Iho following, which speaka for itaelf: 
cceipU from lbs Fnlr- $10.GS3 00 



Tola! diahnri 
remiums (ill™ 



..■ 'y::r.. S 2E— |20,S61 00 

1 of the Society were as fol- 



t Pavilion... (12 Si 

,bp.iu&ir.tr.«s ST SI 

id 0. 0. Wheeler, Cor. See...* 2,212 01 



' ihe Fair for 1803. 
■a," 514,421 00, cov 
columns nf Iho Uni, 



The repnrl ahowa, however, a bnlonco In Treaa- 
rcr'a report of $300 : In tba hands of tho sheriff, 
S160 ; in the bands orHonnan k Hartley, lawyers, 
in tho hands of C. If. Grim, $68. Total, 

> liabilities of the Soeiely are now In rapidly 
Ing I n tercjl.no tes— rates of interest 21 per 



-loog duo 



3 full. 



is inter. 






perqnantilyofraic 
I to Interfere by hi. 
ncntol crops — ospe- 
lo fear from (oil 



To ousel ibis amount ibo Secretary ebowa as 
seta: Stole approprlntlona far 1802, 35,000; 

Aside from these Slate approprialiona in Ibt 
mda of bankers, are assets as follows; Silver- 
are and books, $778 07 ; fountain, £1,500; on. 
rge tent, S400; marble stulue, S160; Agricul- 
iral Fund in County Treasury, SD3T. 

Tbns, we have a grand total of 53,705 0T ni tbi 
isels. Savo the Fond of the county, which wi 
resume lo be the "debl" duo tho Society, Tor Ihi 
loll, etc., we do not think Ibat S500 could fa. 
:oliied in cash for these assoU. So, oven wcr 
no assets available, allll the report says there i 

deficiency of 510,50" 01. Thia ia Ibo ibowin) 

f unr Slate tmlitulion of Agritultutt — for year 



years oggregolc nearly 510,000 
pare the inHncncc ond opcrali. 
Soeiely with that of the San Joa 



t of ibo election 



.Ecrosis alike of the Society, the cause of Agrl- 
illure, and tho demands or justice. 
We publish Ibu loiter of Judge Danicla, Prcsl- 
onl of Iho Santn Olnra Society, which provea tba! 



It tho Legislature will repudl 
:d compel those wbu hate th 
iroceed according to tho lettc 



Sa.i Jme, Feb. IS. ISM, 



iinly ~-.--i.-r'.-. ]-r- iii-Ii,-- 1 ... 



ard la tho Stele Soci 



d yon have al 



.loci O. K.) « 



iloa I feel ii 
i. II. rUacair. 



Yours, very trnly, 
Chore nra a host of tec 
:o of united action oo (he part of 
Agriculture in Iho re&rganiiatioo of this I 
— ur rather, Board of Agrlcolluro. And it 
laina wilh them lo lake immedlato action 



.nil oflh 



s, Ibat 



ing shall bo i 



i the agrii 



n Visiting Committees who are notf rnrd'cal 

led not when iho principal nclora in tbe^oh 
f the Annual Mooting have liltlu or no inter 
ho cause? 
Lei anj ouo read tho report in the Union 

ucclicg, and bo will find that they arc not 






Tho Bpeonlatlon Mnnln. 
rfioit oul/or the Engine "hilt th< hell rjnffa." 
Tma significant aenlonco ia usually found upon all 
the railroad lines in the cast lo waru people of tho 
ir or "crossing n certain track" when the on- 
s coming on with tH lighloing apeed ond 
(etlng roar, If wo knew where wo could 
re an original aign of tbia kind wo abnuld 
It neor Slontgomery Blnck, and en [1 could 
en npon Iho now thronged pave of tbnt 
. We would placo danblo pointera upon 
ominous wnrds, for every Inlelligcnt mind 
be impressed as they see the daily cioitemont 
at alreot in'tbe buainoaa of "mining stacks," 
bo people nro infatuated, gone clean mnd. 

classes, mechaolcs, laborers— tho scbuvo all 



We tbint this mad fever has nearly run tc 
its night, nnd, If wo mlatnko not too signs 
of the time, there will soon he a cnango. 
Theraisn long, low, hollow, rumbling aound ir 
tho nnl fni distance, like Ibe coming of some pon- 
derous cnr. Every day nod every hour that rum- 
bling sound grows deeper nnd louder. Were wc 
to describe what ia enming, wo ohoold picture thi 
Car or Juggernaut, before whose punderouswheeli 
thousands of victims arc prostralcd — fallen to rial 
no more — on, on It comes ; closer end closer that 
heavy thundering roar comes ; and upnn this 
It wjlt Btrlke sweeping tbo great Ihoronghfrti 
Slontgomery street, and era next July ahall c 
this engine of death will came, and juatns 
oi that death is the common lot of mortals, ju 
snre will Ibo Car of Juggernaut come to tbia 
speculation that has act the "foot prints" nf 



Wow Tork Wool Marlint %/ 
Wiltir Brown'a Monthly Wool Circular, of p,v 
sa^ti : The prospect of an active dcmiad („, 
Joouary mentioned in our Inst Circular hn b^ 



illy realized, and o 



t or b, v . 






thousands. 

hope thoso who are nut bcyood the reach nf 

rill not erosa tho tho track of Barely, but 

fbon tba bell rings." Eton now Its aonnd 
on the wind, and ennn — alas I loo soon — it 



I bell, b 



t it will loll a sac 
who, beforo tho fovi 
id a bright prospect 






r figure 


may 


nut please 


IbOBO 


who h 


ave an- 


dp 


atcd bo 


ng e 


mong tho 


milt 


nn aires 


hnt we 


rca 


i the so 


cnl 


miiy that 


tunat 


omo snnner or 


te 


and co 




bo a groat 


while 


pDBtpO 


ed. Let 




Igent m 


in, 1 








lar thai 





rgannc 


con 


panics no 


w en 


ihlisboi 


haven 




oal car 


to.1 


of nearly 


ana I 


indrtd 


id fifty 


!l 


ntaf d 


lion 


— equal to 


abnu 


iweot 


thou- 



County nf Snn Francisco, nnd yet, Ihe apecul 
mania is not gorged. Nearly o million a a 



which wegaiher the following: Number of chi 
1 to IS, reported by the census of 1857, 20,018 
number in 1BB2, 72,B2t;- Increase In tli j 
43,803. The censne report of 1857 being It 
feet, it wai estimated that Iboro-wern in oar 
that year of all ages, 40,000 ; and- total ctri 
of all ngi-g in I6i);, 111,008. TBIi leport Ii 
of very interfiling tables, worthy of eiamlni 
We wish we bad room for more. 



ofred v 


lata from W. 1.. Or 


erhiser 






lot be boa made 41 




■ tbia 


Irom 1. 


I little vineyard. 


The w 
lie do 
diner 


neisg 


■iderallo 


u. Slay hi. vlneyk 


mo and 


Mic." b 


rst forth with aew 


wine a 


nnn.ll, 


Itmiiie 


d forma Stock.— It will 


oed b 












esc Darnon, or He 




oek, w 


0, for w 


tblnkitwlllbe j 


at aa 


nature 


b person 


< to go down to M 


Id & V 


inches 


".'i'" r ; 


to go 'to lioatgon, 




aa fur 

ect. T 




thia great difftren 




eeo the 




those who go lo J 


lin k Winches 



■ Stale Soeiely 
yet, during ihe late 
icrlffs and con a Labi i 
lion for the di 
^cumulated In 
fAgricnllural 



ants, the 
appear 
things tl 

to Callfi 
Wear 



f the Socioly, which had 
any precedent in the hi 
lies it, the Uuilod States. Wo 



i paid for Item 
entiun of all v 



Tbia hope, how. 
ornctri under thi 



a knowledge, and an inlereet t 

tho pnsl.fonr years nnd see tb 
om mismanagement of the Stale 
i|,|i',- itn.ii from all parts of l 
nn mad o a heavy bill of eipei 
accomplished but tilth gond. 
deeply regret In bo called op 
olnfol duty ; but ohoe scroBE l 



a passed I 



r Acta Supplemo 
ermlt an election 



a violation 

thai "Delegates should bo present from every : 

clcty." This was not the case. Cousequenl 

and that destroya public confidence. Wo hi 
many letters from the real friends of onr ca 
breathing juat indlgnatlnn, received within a I 
dnya. We kunw Ibe unhappy reeling that p 

irycarapas 



;a we shall lay bofon 



ir duty demands. In I 



perfect B.fcly, while Ibe mn]gri!y f tuoic Ibat 
lo Slootgomory street and get harnessed up (b< 
will find lliul they have got into traces that will 



pirit expressed In ibo amended c 



new Act roads thus : "T 
ongedbya Boord of Agrl, 
slat of aP-resldcntondnln 

be nelcctcd by a Coo 



Mir, 



iOflbeSlotel 
ether with Daig'alafiom icery As'rieulli 
t and county SotUlt/." 
low, It was ebown ot-lhri Convention 

cod by rbe'iharl nollee f 



hiss 


alar 


f things 


can re 


main ec 


? 




ais 




oints Lo 




eat "So 


othScaBn 


bio," 


ul w 


Ibl 


k that 


cbeme 


was as 


a farthing 


rush- 


gin 


o lb 


e prese 


t mad 


ness In 


mining a 
mmunity 


ockB, 


inrll 


PU 


ct, only 


as Iho 




rnflbo c 




torm 


Th 


ligbln 


agues 


, tho ll 


undcra run 


, and 


hopu 
nd d 


r.ly 


gwiad 


will n 


"Vrt 


cleonso, 
n vis lop th 


orify 


being 


a 


ur camn 


nniLy. 










Itlea tc 


Coll luavi lie Xiancus. 


lAVIS 


a th 


advert 




sof lb 


sLand Company 



toodily BdvBuds, 
prlcea. Tho trade baa been principally con UBl j 
tho finer qualities of Wool, which are siiU |, 
brisk demand, oven at tho bigb figura ihey b,,, 
reached; and as the stock in bands of dealeri j, 
becoming qnito limited, wo must look for mi 
further advancea, especially If tho value of Qjjj 
ebould continue to appreciato as compared Bin 
the currency, on which the prices of Wool bil 
based. A largo proportion of tbo Domestic Wool 
which hoe been sold baa been taken by coming, 
era, while a number nf largo sales also bavo 
modo to speculators, and to capitalists for loviit. 

Al tba nnotlon sale On tbo 23d ullo., comprii|, ( 
California, Mexican, Adelaide, and a small qmi]j. 
ty of Domestic Fleeces, tbo attendance was gooi 
tho'hltlding spirited, and ibe prices realiiec 
generally folly up In Market value, rcsullin 
believe, very tatiBfoclnrily lo tbo owners. 
Wools havo been in very gond request, and biii , 
been purchased by manufacturers as fast ■] 

have come into market, an that Iho stock I 

extremely light and prices considerably hlgbtr. 
California Wonts have snld freely, bat the fain, 
hlo slock nf spring clip being quite limited ntti, 
opening nf the mouth, was soon exhausted til 
much advance in price bad taken place. A i 

will bo woll adapted In tbo wants of eome br. 
f manufactures. Fnreign Wools, more cspecliilj 
is finer description, have participated ii 

general advance, and havo been largely L 



By onr last foreign advices, wo learn lha 
no material change in prices of Wool 

We bare reported tbo following sales 

lepast month: 

Eleeces, 020, 0OO lbs, u~8r?75c; Pulled, ', 
lbs, 6T@73c; 540,000 lbs California, 30@4fc', 
,040 bales Cape, 30©351c ; 120 bales Enti 
2,750 bales Mesiiia, 23@33c ; 078 bale; Cordon, 

@10c; 116 bales East India, 20@40e;, 1,WJ 

31oj 00,000 lbs Santa Fo, 35c; 50 -hales iltrot*. 
o; 60,000 lbs Mediterranean ; 20,000 lbj SI 
; 100,000 lbs French. 

I Juelion. 13,000 lbs DomcEtlc Fleeces, 61 
| 1,100 bales California, la @ 63o; 10,719 Dm 
aged washed and unwashed Cape, 17 © 12c; 
■ales Adelaide, 33 @ 34}c ; 4 boles di 

>a!cs while. Smyrna, 32o; 91 bales blacks" 
while Georgian, 29 © 41o ; 10 balos gray AfrlB 
30c; 14 bales damaged Mogadore. 

Boston: 1,475,000 lbj Fleeces ond Palld, 
t!31 © T5c; 3,197 bales Moditerraaein, Seoth 

lean, and Cape. 

Pbiladolphia: 717,000 lbj Fleeces, G4@I5(j 

a lbs Pulled, 57 © 62c. 

Providence : 267,474 lbs Fleeces, 62 @ "7Je; 

lbs Pulled, QO @ 74je; 20,437 lbs 

14c. . 

o imports for tho pnsl monlh, as publllbri, 

n Liverpool, 7-18 bales ; London, 441 



red of bi 



title of su 



ivho receive deeds from Mr. Bain, of gill lol 
rom Mr. Bradshow by purchase, wo have Ihi 
lowing declaraiion Irom the Itecordcr of Solano 
County. They are bis own words in relatii 
Itle of the present holders and sellc 



"The liile ■ 



.Led in Mr. Bali 



,e of Ibo best til 
. certificate to I 
> will simply B 



i:-i- noil far the futi 



Wo do not 
ig like apocu 
.dvonlugea nf II 



Legislalbra. Even orier giviu 
yment, iho object abould 
yitcm, ni tbo aama time, o 
rally, pbyiicalty, aod pecn 
■ would suggosl lo nnr log 

aooors in ganga of 20, 40 o 
ird upon Ibe swamp or ove 
lie. Wo believe a great r 



oar Legislator will 
four State. It alio 



-M.,. 



■Lfl-S (Mr 



o force 






of labor, might be greatly 



Blosjoms— Planting, 
ccordlng to the JourDu 
si fcwdaya(proi 



Iho wealhi 
lcGth)hi 



B Mr. 
ir touch the almond a 
robed In their dellci 
iking glad the hearts 

warm of tbo early p, 
led Into bloom a cona^ 

n raged 



; and i 



r, [h< 



an, sorely chills El 
in, loo precocious i 
-ing Is In a poallloi 

genial sunshine will 
Chose prepared to e: 

o Ibo ground, bell 
nea up there will b, 
.-■nty-llvo bushels o 

;"« i" .bi, city mr to..', ;;:;.;;;« i', 



«, and, li 






■ill,... 



; IE.il 






res, 300 j Odessa, 505; Valencia, 393; SUls 
iras, 187 ; San Franciscn, 1,'JOl ; Rio Gmcdt,?, 
iplnwall, 141; Antwerp, 133; Smyrn 

Bombay 40 ; Montevideo, 21 ,* Bcr 
and Alllcnula, 1. Total, 8,1 
Price, Current of CaUforn 

California, Dnwasbcd Fleeces, in grades, 22@!«. 

Culifnrnin Washed Pulled, Of) 

California Common Washed Pulled, 25 © 45c. 

California Washed Full Clip, i 






; $ Co.— Tim splondid 



v gond 



i'e nro grnlificd each time we i 
now of Ihe great amount of bl- 
uing. The ladies comprehend o 

he i-niaa, by courteous nttendau 
i tba country sbuuld ho sum 
lyrne & Co., when In the city. 

Tmproet your Stack.— Wo invito 
II who wish lo improve their stoi 
I. W. Scale, Esq., of Santa Clara 
■auo. Wo knnw those breeders 
lore [ban la repreafnlcd on papci 



o ibee*ru«< 
nioiy, I" ln ' 



labor to save gold, for economy of ifW in J |*' 
r Is wealib, for a penny saved is two eiE«* 
:od what Mr. Clark says of bis new WashW 
ichine, "Knowlodgo shall incroaae." B*'»J " 
it as if another Daniel bns camo w >"■>£«**'' 
f Wend Clark quoloa from Daniel, and wJ**" 
ichine will beat the 'world. 

L «i lummtr when B. P. J u |,n ai .ii, &« , *«*' 



d on lrsrtM 
:omraenC(d «) 



Tram American llonrl and tho ohooso, t«i 
American I Slick Lo iE, sir I Don't give In I" 



THE CALIFORNIA. FARMER. 



31 



UuJor the Cloud. 

Hi>"fi ViLUT IUkcu, March 6, IKS 

BBiroa Fiimta: A snort noticr in tho Sacr 

main CiiloD boa, I suppose, informed job nflt 

HdCunslit.T ivbkb lias befallen US; bat, knor 

]tf,jaiir inltrfjl to wbul concerns jnur friends, I 

UongliL sdoio ol ttv: particulars rnigbl nol bo 

^^ffioil Interest to j-on. 

HMnt.bg nlgbl of tbe 3d of Fcbruarj wo rallrri 
tetMlal 'in o'clock, :iflcr looking Ibroogo tbr, 
, thinking nil «nf«. 



Tb.er* 



i my c 



s kltel 



UuBg bl 


in Iho k 




nd 


white Mill wooder- 


lag "nil 
tod on b 




e'oKB 


mi 




linUnin 


oterhe 


d was 


foo 


d in Ostnei, nod as 


U of ton r 


e coram 


nicatci 


lb 


(ire la Iho clolb an 


llHiJfS 








do more than save 


MIMl'fs 












saree 






Tnm» 


u ood a 


Oft ol 


on 


bed was nil that 




. Clolb 


ng, for 




!, prorieloos.Etorci 


Bfewj 


ad,lncl 


diog garde 


a-eeeds for [ho year, 




twept a 








■ too* 


paper 


I «r 


inn 


was reicned ; not 




no of f 


iendsh 


iO 




Ilbiak 1 




k«nl 






nenble 


iflei, la 


lura-d 


u 


what money cannot 


n r t.«, ' 


no of al 


[but. v 


tel 


industry and econ- 


00) J Of J 


hnpt lo 


epl.ee. 


W 


a think the fire wai 


tba wort 


Of lOFOD 






Incendiary, and ig- 


■itadbj 


browing 


Eomo 




asliblt through an 


nneatd ilovupirie 






the lining, which 


wuofcloib. ill 


won 


dn 


it make as as corn- 


tatulle s 


itb ire 


n beTn 


c tho Ere, not to men- 


Uoa it-.- : 


sa of pi 


pen which 


may cancan much 


frrttrr Ic 


1. Still 


wc-ar 


no 


discouraged. Tho 


Iqjured o 


ea arete 


overt n 


; o 


d the trees and tbe 










o the place, and al- 


ttaocb a 


rough ca 


oio is D 


Otl 


3 pleasant an abode 



Bt could desire, the roses will bloom as swect- 

^Kpd the fruits taste as nicely, is thongh we 

^mtfl in oar pleaaaot little cottage. This gives a 

bright side to the picture, which makes as glad 

lbai a p '[t of act efforts lo make homo pleasant, 

I were detotud lo the outside. Tbe very climbers 

HK&h earned our cat teach us with a mole 

f llnqnence the useful lesson, "ncTcr giro up ;" for, 

although burned to the ground, many ot tho Tory 

choicest ar, already r-prinping up from the roots ; 

ind stall we be morti fragile nod less energetic 



!d and tho result exceeded tb> 

pectaiiona of the most aaoguiae. So it will ] 

with tho proposed ornithological 

Bat Iho henej-boa was brongbl 

by prlTalo eaterpriao, toys tbe reader. Thai Is 

true; hot private enterprise was satisfied that it 

Id "pay," and it did— while the highest 

o eipeeted from the euggested investn 

joa depend oa private enterprise for this, dear 
ider, yon may bo einging In Heaven a thousand 
years ere tho California groves will ha colonised 
by feathered warblers 

■'WboelldiT loog 
Cheer tho Tillage w lib tbeirioag," 
making home more home-like, and mankind hap- 
[Sae. Bee. 



pU. 


I 


em. If 


;ou des' 


e it, and will send me 


the 




numbe 


I Mill 


D my best lo make the 
ag. I should bare done 










toncei which have our- 


roo 


de 


me mas 


plead my excuse, lly husband 




m 


eiy tba 


tnjoar 


irtribulion of seeds you 










'ball bo well cared for, 


£ 


re 


or led ; 


sd also 
a, and sh 


bat yonr claims on him 
ill be doly bnnored as 








Kiile re 


orcred from this cnlam- 


lij. 




You 


n, with 


L. JL Ho litis . 


Wr. 


om 


mend the 


above let 




11, 






arted; tl 


o whole tone of it Is ooble ; 






a tract' 








It 


Wo do 


heartily 


ymp^thbt with our kind 










""' 




««™»> 


■hall ben 


-.-[upllj- rc-puniled la; and 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 

And General Agency Office, 



■fUdmoli^nl 

Wit In i.-.,lif. , 



ifrange tbingi. llomei 
papii a>iao ataotate— aad in rarlnui ways: tanu 
Hire, at midaiebi ; nlheri by the unuin, of mini 
B>. at nguii-rl i,- ! ond yet, Mice who commit mcl 



U*, .fl„ 
gBBll], 



Soblo Fnrpnse andmoGlarlonsBeinlt. 



HH»(pi,liii,i 1N l„\ 

fiiftk, i, ir!l ,... .,,., 



^tajei.—^ ,...„,:,;..: 

■»««*-li»bcrrE.,^. 1J „ o0 j lemolc .Wbm ,&r." 






'.;.;■■;■ -',i..„ h'li';' ik'.r'^'.iH,:^"..^ 1 ;;"!;' 
' -AM i,Z", " '■""•" "■■""■ '""•■ | -' 



Singing Birds. 
Is Ylclorla, Anstralia, Imparted canaries, sky- 
partridges and quails Bra nuw dying wild, lo 
California weave but poorly supplied wilh song- 
birds. That the climate is adapted la all the rn- 
rieties named there is no doubt, and if Id cold and 
loggy England the nightingale's gtatefhl song 

might thoy not be in Ibis Snmmcr-cllmo, where 

KoWlntar In their year"? 
Why does not tbe Stale Agricultural Society, 
other public organization establish a sysli 
lebanges" wilh similar bodies In foreign 
tia In this department of natural history? 
Though our birds are not musical, wo baio many 

-d abroad. Califoroia has paid much i 
to tbe useful. Favored as.sho is by He 
■er not forgot tbe beontifnl. Slatn ai 

invoked, for less praiseworthy objects. It 
at one time thought tbat tbe honey-bee could 



ssfolly n: 



The 



New Washing Machine, 

'KNOWLEDGE SHALL BE INCEEASED." 

THE SUBSCRIBE It WOULD CALL TOE ATTKU- 
lloorf lb«rnblle In bis nor.lj Invent,! V, .,! 
•■ ".no, i;Lich bo flatter, blnx.-lt trill rur, .,.-.,, ill,. il, r r 



It i- n ir,:Br)erfu! \A<„ 



Ware buuie, Cj rot r tVn.«hln E lon and Davlj ,,t 

IL CLARK, [printer and PaUnlin 
AlTarado. Alameda Coon 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH- 
BO HOTEL AND PA11ILT SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FBANCISCO. 



. BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort Mtrect, Victoria. 



rpiiv: tjKPi:r:sir;si:i] will kkci rvi: ..■,- .-,.:.-^rivr,-. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Goinpany. 

^" l :.i'.:.'TLY0S HAND. A FULL AND COM. 



PRENIIJDI 
afaPl^Xe T»7orlK.s, 

P. J. DEVINE, 
Comer of K and Sixth itreeti, 

8AOHAMEUTO. 

SIAItBLE J1ANTI.E9, UU.U'RS, m, .-.CMt-VTS 

Tomb and Um.^-Si.-o,,. Tr.1,1, ,„,., ,-,„„,„",.. 

Tops, llarble ond Freestone Tiles, 

' All I. in I ■ of ORNAMENTAL WORK dr,n« "it! 



Hotisi Suovrs. — From the Sonoma County Jour- 
nal wo learn that Sir. Low, of tho Magnolia Holot, 
near Polaloma, announces a grand horse show at 
bii place oa Salorday, 281b lust. A like exhibi- 
tion Is also ;> n. i...,n -■:..-■! to take place at BloomGeld, 
on Saturday, April 4th. Everybody interested Id 
tho Iirje.ro rem en t of stock, or In nppreclating su- 
perior borss- flesh. Id tbe respective locnli tics will 
ba there. 



THE THOItOUGn-IlRED JACK 

Yoixug- St. Louis, 



sUd 



.. ..a the 
..::..:■.-«,,■ 11 .: b ISIb indeadlni Jul] 16th 

■T LOriIs., (ln ,t.„VLT I".'-. Iinr.-L- Ln,-1,, i- !-ur v ir-i 
.:.!■] I hi -.iTir,.:i.-.l..r l.hu-S; ilo -ai rated it jr. L„nli., 
Ml-."u,i, ,,r Maiiue sloclt, and un.ii.nl.ic-l i-.J:- 



IB tba I 



Thai 



....ill. I, 



,0 BtST J.c 



iDdseelbee 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls, 



C.Mi.i.-i Hi.iVAL, 



l-.Hll./.-...ill--.i-rti.- . 



r.lT il\, j.rj.J n. 
jecoantry T, 



PREMIUMS 

AT THE 




$100 IBOXJIXT-Sr! 

rrS 



K silly Tor Hie Union! 
THE CALIFOEHIA tJOHTTNGENTI 

rTiHEtmnnnsfGNEn uavinc iii:r(; i o.'iMi.^ = ios'r.n 



1IOUUTV, T«o D.ill 



Harness. Saddles. 

fflAIN 4 WINCHESTER, 

»^ ANUFACTTJKEHS 

»aad Importers of Gj!~fl\ 

HARNESS, *"* 

S J9.clcU.er3, 33r-.lcaJ.os, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE- WARE, &C. 

Sob. 214 and 216 Battery street, 
SAX FBANQISCO, 
ES- To correct any erronMtu Irapreutloo nhlcb some 
nay ham, wo iriFh It understood that althoni-h wekoop 
tho largest Wboleialo Stock In Iho country, rmnll 
Orders aad Retail Coslomors alii recelro erory ailea- 
;oa and btneUt that they ean at smaller establish- 

FARMERS and others will do well to call on ni 
iforo porchailnr, as tho rata ot Eulorn Eicbanjo 
uli6ci as !a offering gwjdi at REDUCED RATES 

X. B.— 

IVo have tin Eieliulvo sale of Illt.r.-s co.v- 
CORD HAJISESS, lor tba PicUc CoaaC 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods. 



I, EX STEAMER 
''^■J'.isL SCOTLAND, rrem Kjuajiwi. bj 

Wit HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaar, 
No. 821 Montgomery street. 

^Valuable Inroico of GooJi, embracing a full 

RIOII LACQUERED * INLAID FANCY GOODS, 

CABINETS, ETO. 
TORTOI.SK-SU KI.L, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD 

WORK, in great varietf; 
FANS, ol ererjstyloj 
RICH BILKS, CRAPES, and PISA GOODS- 
EMBIIOIDEUBD SHAWLS, and APRONS, BAND. 

KERCHIEFS, ETO.: 
Together with a full -., n .i ,- of EGG-SIIEL Lant! 

FANCY P0RCF.LA1N, DINNER, TEA and 

COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, BTO ; 

25 NESTS CAMPnOR-WOOD TRUNKS] 

=a CAM PIIOR. WOOD BUREAUS- 

SUPERIIJR JAPANESE TEA, at Wholcsalonod 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 



E I Uil£C II I IT] OjJ.no 



njlalbi.. n ionnt D f(a,oo 
i .utiKriuihD tolW|!.| H 



MED ^L 

AWAHDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

....AT THE.... 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1SG2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACiilNE, 
Paris Extilbltlou, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Halve r sally AckDowlcdged 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

jfc USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
jSj- Call and eiamioo before purchasing. 

H. IV. lViuswoBTIl. Agent, 



SAX FRANCISCO. 



WHEELER 8s WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITH 

TNew Improyements, 

JUST REOEIVED, 
AHE THE OHTY PERFECT JUACHOTES 

....BOB.... 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING. 

BMBROXDBHIMO; 

niE biost BcorroancAL. 

Family Sewing Machines, 

ITS" USE. 



H. W. WADSWOETH, 
Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



FURNITURE! 




JMPOHTER, 
AND WHOLESALE DEALER Of 

Furniture 

....AMD.... 

Bedding, 

620 Battery street, 

BETWEEN JAOKSON AND PACIFO, 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And tho pablle ccncrn.Hr, tba most eoBiploto ajiartraeut 
....OF 

IF "tX It IN" I T IT R E , 

Iff THE 11ARKBT, 
AT REDU CED RATES. 

Country Orders (olldtod and promptly allonded lo. 

N. E. GRIMES, 

Bormm Itcitoa aad Puclno. 
* PEL.TOV. 49 aad II Fourth ■imi bo 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Sell Cheaper than any House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 
CAMFHENE, 

BUHNING FLUID. 
ALCOtTOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAtOIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET ILLXJMrHATINQ OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARU OIL, 

MACHINERY OIL, 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

- NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, , 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

SBf, IUPORTEKS OF jU 

W CROCKERY, J^ 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 



SOLE AOEMTB FOB CAUIFOBrllfl. 
1 SANSOME STREET, CORNER MERCHANT. 



WM. T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

Hew York and San Francisco- 



®V C. B. COLLINS, C$v 

**om u ,„, egnutr .^...isa 

AOENT FOB TUB 

American. Watch Factory, 

WATCH REPAIBING 

gSAT NEW YORK PRICES! /PS 



OALIFOENIA£A^MEE. 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, ' 

Is Now Open for tie Reception o£ Gnesis,! 
q^nra house HA9 all tub moderh iu.1 

erory raspoel lo the First-elm Hou!cs uf the auial |jB 

The spaaioos 

BEADIHG AND EXCHANGE BOOMS, 

:r5sK." p J'n."Si5'"»»3S."r^j'| 

.,'KWS STAND and o Wo CABINET FOR Sjt.i 
ERALS. Aim— ■ 

A Brancb Telegraph onice, 

o-iiin. with oil the lines throughout thg nn{n 

1-F.11 IS !.F.[„\MI & CO., 




Ibi i-.i odI to look at them, end palled Ibcm opart, 


was thoroughly combed, and, as the water with 




which be- had saturated It was beginning tn dry, 


Tho mother took the glove from the child and 


It was evidently Inclined lo ware. Be was, a> 


looked at it. 


Mrs. lloson plainly told him, a very flue looking 


"It la n delicate pretty thing," the said. 


boy. 


'■Bat do not grieve, my child. Many little 




cbUdroo, BI good as my little Ellen, have no cov- 


breekfaet ; his ragged clolhea were oicbangcd for 






and scarf w ill look preltier (hen the pink one»; 




U there is more of the Illy then the pink 10 it in 




my little daughter's com pi (lion ." 1 


He called on bis way home in the afternoon, 


The toother removed her daughter's hat— wlprd 




htr eyes with tho plain cambric handkerchief ■■ 1,., 




held In her hand— parted the carls from her fore- 


head, and Impressed a kiss on her pare while 




brow. The child tried to look pleased, hot her 
little heart would heave. 


a good boy, study well at school, and ore wi|lioj 


During this conversation they had been stand- 




Ing in a lhadj, flower- be spangled lawn, which lay 






grading. He was too young lo folly understand 


crouched behind a hash to escape observation 




peered through the fenea, aad saw and beard .-.[ 




that passed. He almost beld his breath when he 


Richard's father bad, In bis early manhood bean 


looked at the elegant lady. Bo thought Ibo flow 




en were very beautiful, but be thought Ellen the 


temperance had bratalked his nature until b 


tuj.it beautiful of all. Violets, roses, lilies, Bad 


was now only a shattered wreck. His mother, s 



on his hand. 


It s 


hit 


sly co 


He wo ride re [ 


wbe 





ie Hi; 


i worn 11— wh 
stronger ban 


tber 
— vrfc 


c\h 


spine 


anclngin the 


l X bt 


of 


nnlhi 


i tbo book; 






oaf w 


nd, "Ellen Ma 


on, by h 


rfath 


Juder Ibis hi 




n 


me w 










n,"scid Rich 


ltd,' 


I w 


as nev 



at has becomo of that angel wlf 
I his. Ellen must now numbc 

sun," said Mr. Holmes, 'a yonn ; 

3 New York by that name, wh 

I here 1" 

1 a merchant," said Richard, "an. 

w York." 

qualnted with him," said Holmci 

ior to claim him as an undo. The 

iston. They came to visit Ihel 



eiorcHo lo Harvard. They are stopping 
Tremout Home, if you would like to seo 
Will .00 go there with me this afternoon, e 
Intending to make them a call." 



I>H. KSOV7LC8, 

DENTIST, 

IO. Oil CLAY STIIEET, RAUE'S UUILDIKG, 

BAN FBAKCISCQ. 

Offioa Hours: From 8 M., to 5 P, H. 

ALL WORK 



kWHEN WORK IS 
,w.i. hjui FINISHED 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



DRUGS! 

To My Country Friends: 

C. FRENCH KICHA1DS 

DHUCCI8T AND CHEMIST. 



%2t3L r l 



l.L n-iirjiTHV IJIlHRng WITH 
*"»Yc™£, Ua n u y h ™ o r (l'rad 



SUCAR-BEET SEED. 



JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 649 CLAY STREET... SAN FRANCISCO. 
3FOR, SO CENTS^ 
ALL STYIfiS OF FANCY CASES OB LARGE 

Photograph § Tor $3 per DoM* 

ud Photographs tbo aama 



Beivare or Iuipon(ers 1 1 

t»- Tho riahlb are noliOeil that this is the nnlv Oall" 1 
-u Iowa d llio mil,,.. ,'■;.. II.-.. Hi,. ,.i:,rl.|o fl«- ' " ' 
.be pavement wltb GKOROE II. JOHNSON on 



The Magic Time Observer, 

TJBnjO A HUNTTNO_ AND OPEN FACE. Oil W - 

Oaen'the n ™itl"**m<!« mavmUoTwJ'j*""® 
the bo.l and cho.pert ll-opWo fur flcoral a» 1 •' "^ 
u.a.e.oro.W.1 !i I,,. ,',„»,[„ ;, „,.] MonKled* 1 * 
ohlnery, it., „„ B Kin M B . Mlnchiucil, r»ad(n»*' 

aCn^^airrElAn^l 
^riVblr engraved" »r B c^of™» hiiT'dosesi IWL 

=■>[.!« Walchw. In eoj.i lu .,r,,,,., t...,-M..r .U ■"., 
|«-in 2 | h U y „,„(,..], , k ..<, ■(.-,, : ., :[1 , l„ nil".;:, 
till payable on ,M ite , s . SolJi.rj lau-'l rsmll I"'".* 
>," . ,ii.- ; if.jm Ihwei" 

HUBBARD BROS. A Co.. Sdlb IslwnWH 
Cor, Nassau, ami Joha Us, St'-'' 



t.-rille-cil .)f 
ii-.l.l l( 1, 



A Grand Chance. 



THE OALIPOENIA FARMER. 



23 



BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

PIEE A^NT> LIFE. 



OFFICE- -- northwest Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 ! ! 1 

life ijejp^irt^eivt. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF TTJafW TOBK : 

Bffjs ma/unf. Thconk/cnlg Slaik Coapang in America ttheit Chirler pracidct thafnW tho profita thall 

be dieidtd pro rata among the /Wiry holdcri, 

• Follele) uracil it Ibis Aeoney without lbs mail Belay of eendini; explications lo Now York. 

BraJdence In California, Oregon, nd tievada Territory ud Irawll Is ud from tho Elates to Oallforol 



a charge. Dl rid ends applied to payment of Pret 



or added to [■■Iky. 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HARTFOHD, CJOItfTsr = 

Residence in California Frea of ortra ihargo, 

• This Company declares SO per cent Dividends annually, and too Assured did If hs desires ,:ivo a no!« fo: 

BoolJ "ni Pamphlet* containing full do! oils of tho Fjdem of Life Insurance, can bo had at Iho Agency. 

Ihe Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World 1 



FIRS DEPART3IENT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HAHTFOHD, OOKTlSTi 

■ - - • - $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FflANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLTOT HOLDERS, 

§50,000! 
3ME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, 31,600,000 1 

Letters of Credit for §1340,000. 

shington Fire Insurance Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

a Fire Insurance Co. Park Fire Insurance Co. 

ic Fire Insurance Co, Pnenix Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board, of References : 

' FRED'K BILLINGS. E<q. J. p. FLINT Etn 

I HENRY CARLTON JR.. of Flint, P™body & Co. 

of W. T. Coleman & Co. LOUIS MrjLANE Esq 

ANDREW B- FilRBES.Esq., of Wells. Fare-o & Co. 

> ■ of ForlK-i & Babcock. 0. B. POLIIBMUS, Esq^ 

■JOHNH. REDINGTON.Esq., oIAIson itjo 

or Rtdinglon i Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

, J. D. KITTLE. tSq„ San FrancEsw 
of Deuitt, KiLtlB & Co. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

AOEWTB. 



BOWEUST IB 1RO THEIR, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS US -fpQF* 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY U j fc~©J 

-,Hp GEOCEEIES; 
I ^feS-^" Shi P stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

OF BTTEF.-K- ZKIETlJ, _A.T X,0*W PRICES. 
BgJn>I»r """U™ 1» »l"«r« ri«n lo tan selection or our (lock or Goods. Slaa, articles ara prepared a 

SPECIALITIES, for onr 
Hdch AS- ^-^-M 11 *^" THADE, 
K OLD JAVA COFFEE, and all oilier choice kinds. 

TEAS, of Iho very choices!, .circled with the greatest care, tor Family Use. 
SUGARS, pore RcGr-cd, Crushed, Powdered, and every choice variety 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jane, Dried Fruit or all kinds. 
SPICES innomr-ruble and for every osc. SIRUPS of the very choicest. 
BUTTER &. CHEESE r,om tbe most ccltibrated Dairies- also choicest Eastern 
■ SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, tba very purest, token from' Bond, as ire keep 
cpon IbVi^f* ,?IT« inTm^" d "'™ Ci "' i °° ™" "' ine *■ •"■ ° r '"' McJitiD » l P«l*«», can nij 
|ggJjELE£S SARDINES, a rc.l lninrj. 
ERKIJIEK n.ii.-NTY CUE [■>[.;, 



iOKQ WOS.T E3. 'S 



SPANISH OLIVES, of eopcrlor quality, 
my Cbeci - 



Both Spt 



Isabella aim:d oaiawba wineb. 



;,,.. I.-.I in Iho Culinary dop 



r Family llu 



^BlWCII STORE-Ilnnur 



ho Houtebold, and the usual Family 
eat. the «uln«| U i™r-Va('r oril*A\''."d ! ..lo^LoN ^"".'ft 
nod Good, ,001 lo ao f ,.„« -I ,1,. L - i!y ,,„„„. ', r . .^h ,uV„« o?earrl«e 

BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
Ban Francisco. 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

*&33 "XjiEJ^a-XJEIH.," 



Tho BAY ST,\TE and'other Stores, 

«olO eo.l i',„. ; , TIS.W.u^;, ,■:,„„„.,, j 1In ,. 
V,.,-' 1 AI:K ' ■'■ 'Fi-'i-:r-:-MiL,L=i, 

[IAI,1.-l>w.;.s. ,-i.Mi-lkuss 



Keeper's Directory 



>*iiiJt!i , ,'j I i.'/l." "' Lr '" ! lu,tor - ■' a-emnto.o', 



UNION FARM 

AND PLANTATION 

M r li. s . 

THE BEST MILL 

KVEH OFFSRED TO THE FUflLFO. 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE A-OE3NTXe FOH 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



JFoit sale. 



looey. |He6H| ADOLi'n eBiiimr). -I 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER BT0VE, 
For (Sale By 

A. P. BEAYTON 6 CO., 




To. 128 Sansome street, near Fine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

Qonoral Agonls for the PoelSo Coo.!, 

STORES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HODSE-FFJRN1SB1XG GOODS, iC. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR 

iHALLER'S 6~r 
E*cvtoxit .d-lftislxt 9 
FRUIT-JARS, 
The only abwlutoly roUoblo Jar in ok. 
Ibooiits Hotil Block. Ho. IS Snniome ■ 



FOR SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 



The Best Location For 

RESIDENCES, 

HAVING LAID OUT UV PKOPEEtTY, WHICH II 

CITY OF SAN JOSE, 
Into Lots and streets, 



Ta soma of lbs I 



, and ramUloi of San Fran, 
■ jut been fa o lit, and Fan 



i the whole town. I 

About Ten Lots more — Cheap, 

id then ralie the prico. Terminnd ilioof Lots' to lolt. 
r.. PBEVOST, 



fittrarj SjrrjMffE. 



The cannen'i thaodori jar the air, 
Whno, alncllng with the batUo-ery, 

Pw-lti the brown fauglo's ringing glara; 

But oror nit I hear the prayer 
Breathed by onr elres In days gone by 

■Tit.i • theln lo win ; 'tis ours to guard ; 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE. 




Steamboats and Hotels, p 
J. P. COCCSWELL, 

COOKING STOVES, 

TIHWAEE, HAEDWABE, Etc., 

Ill CLA.Y ST.'IEI-.T, 

Between Drumm and Darts Streets. 
SAN FRAKOIECO. 



Splendid Hops for Sale! 

A BOLT Til IIEK Tl'\ -=,.,, . „ - i|,-rl-,i CALIFOft. 

J1m[ . r.,, !.,j ■■ii.-r'-.r T.. ..nv lnn..;n..| '.•:,- I,. ||..,,, r i|.. r .. | . 

„,.,,.. .,| I.... ,!....,,! ,l rL ... .,,,,,,.. r . 1 ,,| ,.,. ,„ |J, ,,, ,., ,„, 

jKumdjaf Eaurra, Apply at Iho 

No.JMMooleomuTfltreeL 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 

AMD TOE CELEBRATED 




COOK'S STJGAR EVAPORATOR, 

First Premlnms at Th irty Ha tional and State Filrs. 

THE OSLY RELIABLE EVAPORATOR I 

pon eco: 



■opeHorlly in ipced, soil i 



'V ■■'■ ■■■'■■ ■ ; '■'''■■■■'! ■ ■ii'-' , .:.'.'.i' ;;;.;' '!; \V"Xf ?.V™ti!,°^: 

".;;."-ii;;.'-'fi.,N, i.. i, ,„,..... i, r .,,„i Ju ,- „ e ; L " 



OAHoriiKiii't ii 




ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 
A Tract of Land, 

jt^ KSIDRACIHG AN ARBA OF FOUR HDKD- 
ffltroJ Acre, ; bos r«eMlv l,e, n , U r™y,d ;r,d pl.t- 



UNIVERSITY MOUND SURVEY, 

i.l .loriros in eimo from the Tocl th~i Hi- |plr,-.-i,r.. . 
the Unlror.ity Co1Iol;o havo -IkIoJ ., .in- .,| , 



, In Croat demand fo, r lueo,of" ,e,ldento. That 

^nvenlent lo bu>lnfj.."and -hero IhoTcln odu* 

from Iho corrunlioc inDuonca" at c^Un] '-\:--"\,f..'"iu\ 
do well to o.an,lno Ibis property befoto purch^-lnf el,o- 

itmonti In Real Estate It Is woll known bare paid 



\d wildcat mining itoelc, o 



im-r.-r. Tli., nrl,;i-ibolan-Ji.. perfeet 
For ranher psrlioelars, apply ■- 

Lltbognphle Uipieia baieeaaod bid 



Farm for Sale. 

THREE HCKDRED ACRES FRONT- -saw. 
in; I idi> of a mile oa Iho Columbia JjSfi 
Rlrer, iweotj mile, bolow Portland Ore-^C 
osisting of a iploodld 6TOOK RANGE, oboo 

nd one hundred acres Cno Cedar and Fir Tim 
liable for lumbering and convenient to water 
i ehoip. For fortbor partlcnlar., Inqaire of 



■bap«i=nl«a 




WANTED. 


WSJ 

illl ','.,"■ cii ;'[;'. J '' 


i-ir i .vri'lri „■,.! n.liKll.J, i.hem Indus- 



Washingr jVtaehine 
"ECONOMY ! " 

INVENTED BV J. 1L UORNEIt. 

THIS ISA MACHINE TUAT SHOULD BE IN USB 
in over; Family. In lo juaily end fully ap|,ro,:inlo.| 

,lo"ia 5 L"l'l j n ' , d i 'uble fl ^! t uu1; , '°.n flD '' ,iu^ ' , ' ,ll "''• M '" a 
-Implo and umpbiud lesenj " an-Sege'd Ih.l'woSJ 

■>n.i i ,-n l-n-.rn, i-, ; ut ; i»i,i. ,.| ,!,„ |„l,.. r . „±,i:„ ,„, 
operator It ooy reqal.ed to ojpoud ose-rr,-,,,. i , 



[K. S. Chilton. 



When doctrines mischievous In the ins cites are 
recommendelhy Iho good life of their author, it 
is like tbo arming of » doprared rruman rrilb 
heanty. 

Keep jonr body sonnd ; as the wino fJtiTors of 
Iho cask It Is kept in, tho soul receives a tincturs 
from tho framo through ivhlch it works. 

Those who bore resources rriibin thctnaelrM, 
sod can dnre to lire nlnno, want friends the least, 
but kootr how lo priio thcra tho most. 

In our adversity it Is night with m, and la tho 
night manj hensts of prey range abroad that keep 

Tho Arab's prajcr— "0 Goo, bo kind to tbe 
wicked ; lo the good Thou hast already been suf- 
ficiently kind, in making them good." 

Kind words are the flowers or benevolence ; 
kind deeds tbo fruit. 

A celebrated philosopher nsed to say, "Tho fav- 
ors d forluec aro like steep rocks; only eagles 
and creeping things mount to tbe summit. 

Amanis tho healthiest and the happiest when 

o forget an ill is half the battle; it.tcr.ru easy 
ark for the doctors. 



R. B. FOHDHAM, 

WHOLESALE & KETAIL 

gj| GROCER, m 

JACKSON and FRONT streeta. 

COitPLETE STOCK OF GOODS, 



X>R. SIVIITril'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

G20 CLAY STRET, bet, Montgomery It Kcorny. 

Examinationa in r egard to Health.— Free. 

TTore all wbn do.lro may ubtsin correel Pbrcnolunleal 
£1 .equation., wllb C-harts (.«h a. used by Fo'wler 

' ■■■'■ for Hydrupnthlo and Htgionlq Medici Han, 

_ . -,-eedj, ihVtlu^Mi'end'e* wiJh nraiTli'f thnw 
■ |..-l--i:il ,nn.: ..ill i-.rnl.1r. .-,... „,.| , ,,. ,,, , ,.. „.." " a 
f'll.l.-. ' It, in.- li| UllUH-'A. ]■■■■',. 1. 1 l,|\ it ,'-.i\- 

sni-,\rn >:.', vauio-m-; M,..|ii„.',.i ,i. v ,' : ','' 

Mi-ulal II,- ■:.!:.;', VorH.;.-, no J Ii i: 1 1 u, ■'.'„']„,. \\ jl1„','?i 
IIS"JltFhy.Wani, well Lew ro<nll frnm^ho u^o of Mar- 

II- '....i ll;'lr.' ! |.. 1 (, 1 .,- l . ! "n , l ',V, i ;. '.■!i','Y'i'. 

' \lhe last OflT 






Bolyuf tbot 



..nly j:, „. 



Hglb.CS 



'"" ' l, > ^ ■ N' " r . -■'"■, I, Ii:..--. S l. - l.in ,- . I |' |. 

—' -nnl'l. or, wJned'Urb^iln'i'fjolli" "" " larB0 
allonil™ 1, ,001.1,0.1 <.n ihn pari of ibe operator 
tbo elotbw o,o put into tho mmihlue uolll !,..,- a,o 
r..-. t -lv L. I... ,.1 ...... hi, ,],, (,-,„- 1 ■.„.,. ,. t , , , 



etseo. Sun >L,eo, and Santa t!t Dra counliti nnH 

ic oiib-r „i tho iv n ..bioj m„..| i', . : ' .'""' 

■ .." : ■ I i ■.,. ■ ■ i.ini .-■ . .' .. " 

I laoebloos »Itb bniofnMIko ..'.in ■ t Mulir'n ilia 



nil llmu, or Ibo naruo amoont nlib hilt Iho in re 
"'- ; l - 1 , lll | 1 ".'- ''''-.'-'"haVemeorthnlD 

':.■;;;,;': ■-■■<■>■■—. .l..,.! Lb^uy,., <*„ 




TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE 

0""l.™r. ; UdTSS* ^AF-TOIlA CC o FOIt BALE. 



" ■'i-i;'.i'..'M'i-:i.H.\i,i.i,,.,.,.. l ... l | lir . ,,| - 

■'!"..'b.,,-A. i n...,..'in;,,:;j.\,h.,, ,L , r ,.;.., n ,- ,„:. 

xSBS*Sl^bl' h und'K " 1 ' " 
r™"^ e i C " I ", l ?," r V J """ L " lic '' '"''"''"»' ""aoral'Dis'' 

•■'■■■■' l.n-il 1.,-.. I. ,.■.-■. --, i-.-.-ul!. ,,!.. Foiual,,. 

hri boon uTlVb """ ' "'" : ' ,ji ■■■--■ '"' ?ur «- r ' 

>. u t . , „ r "l >. ( .,. 1 | i,'„ r V , L - .!' : 'l!.".'.':' , uV'' Vi''. ■ ' l !-;V.m" ■>!' wb^wj 
k-:..ii.° Nuri-i....,-. !>,. lulu .-.:,- 1 , jn .| Hi-,.,-,1 br ejeei- 

jlvecnroand toil. ,-.,.. j,,., ,„>,,... ml | | ,,,.., ,.,„ r „. 1 

follr f«,.i-er m h.i,,o, ,!-l,..,- |, (|j- .[,.„,.. .„ ,,, 

bavo'fnm" p'u™ 'V' '" ' '■ | '""" h " , " 1 ' 11 '' ' '■■ II '" ,J| 'I 

';"°. , l "■: 0,ll " "lib kind tlcntmenlunj ilkclplloc™.™ 
uM' e i! lft| ' hn, "° Uld »*«■'* "-^l.oeb 
lorsof Inoulry rimmpllyopfKoKd and^Clroi 



iBLOW J.S1HTU.M.I 



TVOIt.CjK.OSrS'. 

MRS. D. NORCEOSS, 
No. S Montgomery atreet, 

Hew Uuoole Temple J^ ff FRANCISCO. 

LADY'S DEPARTMENT. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINCS. 

■">'' '■■'"■.-.'"".■■nl. ro.-nln, L ,n,r.,' Hue,.. To.it- 

,;:^L -XT '■■''■ '"' ''■">■ '"•■ 

'""■■ill ' l'-Lrl|.-,',i ll ,|" " r "'"'" ! il'J-l l-ii-t :t,lu ,;.- La 

UNDER LTNEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 
.nd all desirable Goods la onr lino. 

JO- NORGKOSS, 
MASONIC REGALIA, 

^» MILITARY COSTUMES, 

g^^ BAHHERS, Eto. 

:.,;,:;;;', .,i ; i """' '■"■■" i ". madu BO d 

'beVn™'™' 1 SSf r «">I»l«nl »Uh Robes, and all 
II othoi article, iwrtalJne™,,, ['b,! hr'-Ir"-'^.!!'^'"'.^-?'.'' 
Above Monlgomory. In the Now Wasonlo Temple, 



34 



'the C^l£ ifobnl^fabmee. 



I 



flavltets. 



Wholesale Frodnoo Heport 

Tbli rep rorat. the price, p iii *j lhed«Jer w ">" P> 
[ConecurfwMUr.bj A. H. Todd i Co., Ho tiCUr 



Cltni 



,a,llj accounted f jr «ta( 



nil- that. 



In wliich ihtpjxn aro «t -«k, !■ "P 1 ^ ™^m S ... 
sloeks of Grub nod Flour. Wo Dote tho Mlowl! 
vessels a* bavins loaded, nlled, or cleared, eloce fl- 
int report, tIi: Tbo bark Zillab, Tor Aoklud, N. I 
with SOTO J-jki Flour, 2511 ifl Oats; Iho ship Sha. 
mul, fur EMoot. bad a full cargo of Grain, t!i : 10,3' 
•kf Wheat, 3073 ski Harlrv, 1553 ski Outs, tot in let 

mekmi 



England mil renew ed aUcnliaa to 
let bniiainp; la Great lirllain fot 
1 Insist upon tho necessity of a 

lusbet-n rendered ns to tbo issue- 
[ nurono and reprisal. Tiio qucs- 
ler aovcfrTnHSBt comWarfllion. 
, Cols;. D'UtasjoT and Do Fores' 



p fi in«, nod be of '.11 feel draught. Tlio propo 
lis are lo bo opened within 30 days. 
It is con (emulated that tho nt-c Monitor 

uildini; -lull ha considerably longer, anil tin; 



A CARD- 

A period of too Jours linn elapsed- since tho «ub- 
BCribera first invited public attention lo tho pecu- 
liar properties of their Palont AXle-gn»se. 

At first their invention mado but slow prograu, 
but thanks' Ij the liberal and anprcolaliio spirit 
of a Urge portion of the teamsters and coach 
proprietors of California, tile demand for their 

li-,.,., , ii.it. i.. liui..' 1i.lv.- Iil'i'ii i.iiruduted from tho 
i;,.,„. r n Si«w i.j L-umfiMs Willi their article, Iho 
Hil, AXLE-UREASfi baa now acquired an 
unrivaled TV]jululiuii, ell.Tuliiit,' Ihrmi^Kiul ll.,- 
k-,,uih i.Li.l UrculHi of i^lifurnm, Urcgoo, and the 

But whilst tin- subscribers 



..ul.il,, 



tbo pro 



fleynlsoun.lei. 
clod diBlcultlc 



having d, 
0»Wi tb. 
buvo aeel 



nod. So alio in food c 



ts live and Corn ar 



Oar receipts of Produce from atoned tho Ear for lb. 
past week havo beta asfbuW: Wheat 20,159 sU Bar. 
l.j- 1030 ska, Qata 6BS sks. Potatoes 10S2 sks. Hay !35 
bile, Flour 4251 qr.iks, Corniaeal IsO its, Beam 20 
tks, Bran 70S ik(- 

Alio, Coulivi»: Flour 22S qr-iks, Oats 1B31 ski 
Beam 571 (In, Potatoes 1750 sks, Oniom 2S7 sks, When 
B150 sks, Barley H43 akt, Bueknheat-1 ska, Corn-mm 
65 sks, Wool 16 bales, and Corn 14S sks. 
wiscm. *■ loo an— 

SHpoinr... ■• ilTOi 



?■•■.'•.,' 



aLa'.. ..*>Iun 
Wool, Onroo.¥^"'.-s""".-iOr> mat. --f B 1HJ3 l«J 



»rc 






IttSoodTdlow-flll SB 



Ejji.. .. Vdo. Wta*™! 



iptureor tho schooner 
oaslof Genr E ia, with a 

.rnong the Captain's pB[ 
lent whb the owners lo 
Tbo Monitors that attn 
lack at Port Royal in gt 
icnt lasted 20 hours, bo 



iund for Port Bojal. 



The British steam 



ludLUll 



err escaped. Admiral Dupout was 
] her. The Ericsson saw the Qnak 

.in i:.!;.|i:L. prooellcr, supposed t 
-■- uni on Cbarlr ' 

;L...rl C it..T, i 
of tile W,,: 



nguod 



) CalUe Harket— 1 



A rebel 

niond, but the oref9 are not nlloised lo mention it. 

At Yickiburg last week, oil the canals were 
Ihought lo bo incoeilful. The dredging machines 
were at ivork on the cunfil ,i[.[i':ii^ ViL-L-burc 
and Iho gunbool! will soon p.iss through. The 
cuplure of Vaioo Citi is reported. A ganboal 
has gone through into Lake Providence. 

The Senate has disposed of most of the tnllilurj 

an uiljoumwtni on Friday. Gen, flookir wai «. 
amiued before the Joint Cotntnitloo on the con- 
duct of the war. The lir«quejliou presented was 
"To what did he nltributo the- failure of ihe mure- 
mentsoathePeQiosuI»T' Bo staled that as b> 

attributed -lbs failure (O tho iocompetencj- af the 
Commanding General. 

At Washinglon, Ihe O. S. Supreme Coort hoi 
decided tho cast of the New Almoden QoleksllTei 
Mine io favor of the Governtueul ; also, the Gal 
brailh Claim to the Bancbo "Dolsa de Tomales,' 
raa rejected. Au iinport.nii 'k- 
:d, bfJudgi 



3c@4o; Spoiiih, So to Sio ^Pj. 

Vbai— 3e@ao^Dj. 

Hoob— Stock Bogi 2 lo 3Jo; fat 
So; DroHod 7, — 



rier, rtiliogoQ every pnlntin fa 
Tomcat, and condemning all n 
gallsed tbeblnekadc. Jnalice 



of the 



:!Cl«, 






Ec; Ur-i-sed IcfflSo. 
Mottob— drafied, 7c@9c, accordinR lo quality. 
Milcb Com— 1st qualitj |IR@i40; 2d qui) 



ei at WrtThinntD Market— 1 



ibAliptH-. .. *■»--! 
ne. Ifdoi. 

UflnLrmoBj, perdox 



Ooeln, «ra»Ppalr ! 






Aru'tS'tFrrocbJpj^ 300 






mil after the 13th of July, 1801 ; tbcrofor. 

nder Ihe law of oalions, acd that the decrees of 
ondemnalion ihnnld bo reversed, and ihe Te 

incurred in hr Jnslices Catrnn ood CllOoid. 
The law does not provide a houoty for 
Jldiers discharged for dimbility frnm 
nde. Onljr those wooodei 



Thoo 



nrgedh 



Tbo snpplj- of rat 
■gin consequence hi 
ill...- turned their i 



ti Id factory Aik-grcnB 



M...V ■(■: 


hn 


,.1,.,...,,, 


nt of a 


foreign f 


,>.'-.■ 
















ests, trill jot glv 




I,|-ii 


And If 


iln'in 




""".■■alu'li 










r i-L-lihr 


i-.l .\j| 










of the s 


























|[-i.'KS 


; LAMBERT, 














No 




d Mian 


astreew 


San Franc 


- 






CbsIuii 


ere Goats. 



FAKM STOCK, &o. 

Fine AiiitlraHa" 1 Dle- 
ilim '.iit'i'p. 

llllSdUI.il H'l.l. lltt'On AUSTl IA1 .1AM 



Italian and Common Bees. 



''■i^lv'N-'V.Ml'.MKl'l'i.i'il |Vl;.Tr'^aJ°™ EDITOIt of FAB 



Pacific Hail Steamship Compai 



j. Full-blood Illorlno Slicep. 

■US per«.nj«L-hin.:l-\ill-l.li»-i Morion Sheep ca 
elBb.coore a^>l b.r.:i.ln l„ i. H .lvi[i.: I- o,.l. 
lollor or rorj.-nulli, n.- «o h.v ■ noe /,f vnrj oitr 
eharaotorforsalo. Addros. Eotio. Faisim. SO 



Full-Blood Durham Stock. 






Wool, Hides, and Skins 

agp Puroliasoca. H 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET KATES, 



TRA.YKLINQ. 



.n; , 



ninr. Sii— GOLDEN AQR, W.li. liii.Jsan,Cv BUIM Ji. 
Mar. llth—SONOKA, W. F. Lopldee, Comnuaider. 
fllor.aHt-CONSTITUTnjN.J.T.lV.ttlm.Conoaiia 

From Foi.om itroctwb.rf 

FOB. FAHTAMA, 



Callfomis. Steam Nav igation Company, 

JJ.porlur. itHjl flan Br vtvlicn y clarf, « 1 o'tfcil, p,j 

CARRYING UKITBD STATES MAIL, 

FAST AND 6PLEHD1D _ 
BTBAMERS ^ _ 

CllltVSOPOLIS anil ANTEt.OPR, 
ilodajiforHACBAMr 






B. FEUEKSTEIN & GO., 

313 FBOMT STBEBT. 
17 S.I.V FBAffCISaO. 



LO WAY'S PILLS, aidl a 



DEAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS 

.nJ IntlgonU. 









dby 



.. Special Ag'oi of Itn Tir 
inveslignlc tic coaditioo oi too 
the Pacific coast, made report, 
a large tolan.e of tttnooDj. Tho 



lendeolor the Mint nt San Fra 
□ linn in office of worthier eul 
r Rankin, or San Frnnc.sco wll 

' cen going on io 



Thej euro Dyspepila and Couitlpnticn. 



t.deliciii' [.'.'r.^nj rv^oulrlnj o p.-nclr pl^iulnnt. 
uC'? ., Dnijji.L', lloteU, uoJ ^nloopu, I', U, 



Sutter-street Stables. 

FIRE-FR.OOF BRICK BUILDING 



W, J, WETTING & CO., 

LIVERY, SALE, and BOARDING 

STABLES, 

HORSES AND MULES Bought, Sold or Exchanged, 
on Oommluion. 

The Largest and Best Ventilated Stables 
In tbo e ii r . 
All Home, entrm 
id attention. W 
MtanaioiadltilB 



Mked by a g'r. 



illy s 



.eot or eight 
rehel forco 



rortaaoDi..";." 



loss oa both sides, and resulted unfortunately Tor 
nnr troops — a lurge port of the 22d Wisconsin, 
tbo 85lb and 31!d Indiana, nad Ifltb Michigan, «ith 
most o! their commissioned nflkcrs, beinc cap- 
tured. Outarlillerj and cavalry was .needfully 
rrltbdrawn. Their rnree wns mostlj- of Infantry, 
and artillery henTlcr Iban oors. Van Doru's 
fnrcn is estimated at 1B,000 moo. Den. Gilbert's 
nnn-nction in fiiilmjr to r, iniurrt Col. Cobtirn, is 
Btn-rcty i-i-iisureil 111- all the uflicurs and men. He 
bad seven regimenu nt Franklin. Later reporls 
are Hint Van Dorn's force had heen defeated and a 



into |iii- -iij({ the online 

■ li ■|ij-.hr,ir. ! .r ,i!| „(,., 
rr.ii.-l SiBid, nndalsa 



.1 Hint 



i by t 



rtemotral. 

T\Avrs 4 W1THAM ba.o Removed tbair place of 
U biuinoo i™ did) i" - iuU.t.,,1 ccmor Cloj and 
Sarut (treat 

S. H. Davis. W. L. Witdau. 

DAVIS & WITHAM", 
Commission Merchants, 



ble 


j,,,„L 


5H 


ashvnie, ran o 
g Iho veosel 


dl.arrnngc- 












Vnf B a 


'i„V"'.'n! 




fortbomaoo- 






■ 1 I.', Sir 




elnco. The 








parneularl; 














It 


s reported that 


be Harriet Li 
























nd 


nrt.h 


fl was 


ort wheel hu 


. ,i , i 1 a. 
tt. Sbo was 






















U 


Id lias 




a to Dl prenii 




V 


rn Cr 


7. ndvic 


s received at 




!-ir 






mplishanylbln 


rely Inactive 
















sthedri 


en from Iho c 








,— The 1 


ondon Times 




hn 


Doofei 


Till.: In 








Bken by i .rim 


or ft Co. of Pn 


rin rind l-V.ink 


i.d 


Tho 


I.,'. .■,,.. 


Achilles, from 
oi. On the ? 


I'hiladelpliLa 










n addruii n 




>, lo . 








>f the .1)1, 
















OB. Thelnsnrr 






lot 


' ti 1 


n of Pr.i 
he Polei 


y decided gron 


nd against tb 
c°o r rre,n' : on n d C e e n 


















> blockade, 




1UU 




m ato g 


Ten, 





North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

lan be proeu.ed lo this noil koovn tVorobouso on tb 

BrBrrfuIIIty li offered for storing Whoil, Oarlor 

L-.ur. ..u.i .,[ter Domesllo Prodoco. 

Advances 

Hade oo api.roved Uarehandlis. 

WM. T. COLEMAN A CO., 



MILITARY GOODS, 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Sashes, Eto. 

ItEOALIA, BAHHEItS, FLAGS, MILITARY ESlUltOIDEHY 

Robos, Caps, Seals, ood all Goods required by 

Societies, Mllltarr aad Civic Proeealooj. 

T. RODGER-^ JCUINSOS, 
Odd-FolluiT'i.11,,11, Ilu-b-ir...... 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Com m I m Ion )itn tiants, 






OAKLEY & JACKSON. 



Sail Quentiji ©alt, 



300 torn Gran.Kl ItocV Salt, [or Puiilog aod Slock 

300 tons SAN QUENT1N ROCK; 
409 do OABJIES ISLAND; 
350 do SANDWICH ISLAND and CALIFOR- 
NIA SALT. 

OFFICE— 3IB and 380 Front street. 



3.0,000 SOjVG-S. 

. Kve Cents Each, 



t, l^n Iblnklnj of Vou. 



Rincon Woo l Depot. 

D. HoLENHAH & E. GEISAE, 

HAVE : re-opened their WOOL ESTABLISHMENT, 

Grading and I'acIUn& JYool for 
Shipment. 

Thelr'TlnADE WAnKB," bolnooell eiiabll.hed bora 

".!',','," .''! iV'/ri''!-,"','"" ""ronti, Ibey olfer tbolr 

lm?Udu~'n U V"(fra^o n ''Jli, 1 |l,, ""th' 110 '"""" h "° b " D 



Notice to 

DEItdlflUED 

r ' ■■■'..■>- ]■ ■'• 




Peulama, Oeo. tat, 




Locust Trees. 

S^&'W^ £2Sg*T, "Eg 1 ?„ F , VEi f v au - 

»tiionu fini „nj^ , ;i;." , i:!i;;;i r ;! l ;;, :l i l ;j;;^[. 






J, WHITNEV. JR. PreddMl I 



COLL IN SV ILLE. 

RRV-nOAT «l 



fjTg>-;_ 



Tb. .'..IliiHTillf I..1..1 i.'..n-i|..irii- -.-.-111 ,-[..-■ nwaj 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 



Tnis new inventi'.:;. the hslt one of 
tho klndovorjoi preiantad lo iho public, -is n- oa ] 
id Sopt. , 1K0, and is noiv for tho first time odiwl L bl J 



onttincaPEnFBCTI.Y.'i'-ili^ll^ M'lI'.TI.iE. in i li! 

bbed sljlo, or any fi.o, fniui lo, Inoboi to anv dlniu- j ' n " 

sinns nnntad. It will mnko a inortlio four ioehaidici ■ dn 

This Maehino norlis nllh a Lever Penor, irblrb Ml ! , . 

roan oan oajllr or..,r.i.--il 1L - I'it.,,.,,. |.i„| : .....i 5-ia "' ■ 

onoratlne; in conn.ci i.-ii "ill, 7, llr-ii-r..-.nirii 11 -un ( 

admlrnbli II L> a verr 3™ °lV^B' , MAC f in l N l B, aaoVri nd ^ 






1 rights 



llnra 



ir,,ii,l 



1. ir.-,. 1 



■ M..rl 



.Mil on ll.e Ilfll.-I.-r.- l-[ lU 
and learn itscalae. 

... [Cirei.-u-.. Liin.-L I 



I .i>..:i.| 



■orytblncf.rlbai j 

i"m.i«iI Labor, la i m . 

for tho Riabt. 1 

PEBS0N3 WI8HIHG TO BUY RIGHTS lit 

can have all needed information by addreulaa tbt •!■ of 

dorjljned, or may v.dr.- h. I-Mit.,, l-'.ULuer, ..hii "111 tt on l 

' Tin. ^.-^"i'.'.'Vu!| l .,!..:-on''| l |.,.nerallon.MbaBBWE- ] 

LYN HOTEL, 'hero its nnrttina rulitioi »IH *• Pet 
ooartoouily sbo-D b, the proprietor?. ' 

21 WARMAN 4 LITTLB. J 



White Bine Hops I , J 

I- Tli- j l.l.ilfl lli-ir r.ili .:r, ■....,. 1-.I..I :■.!..■ .. [.. :ul->- '■''■' '■ 

E?" All orden ibuutd 1m .rat Im.nodlKiely to lbs , 

i--.\if!l:it III--KK I-;. 
ln Ho.T-WMonlH-umcryeire* pril 

,o.. s„„k'.:.',:Jj;rz":, .«n 

RosIiiornttbeFosi-<ililee,aodthoinooaT«llleoB""li™ o » u «S 
Wells, F.aon 1: Ci>.,<,ie)ltkrtrO$rr.Min liHSatu. I j M . 

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Pay 0i Through tho Mall. 



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5OTto/&#i5r- (a-si#^L ^WS^SSf 



■VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH SO. 1863. 



NUMBER 4. 



^*= 



% Mifaraia farmer. 



^m JITD JOURNAL OF USEFUL SCIENCES 
□ OLOHEI. WAKBEK. Editor. 

B? I, K. PHILLIPS u oo. 
^■fsa-aYTiS MnHj.oier, «rM f.p HoirsJ, Mr Jc 

to C!n i' -rli T-..].-!lT"rrJ 1,; cnrrlr r, IS t|«BU *BU 



R 


pott C 


f Beard 


of Managers of 


Stato 






JlgiiciiLt.ur.-il Society. 




At 


the n 


fljnnnied 


meeting lost week 


of tbo 






nlturol So 


lely, tbo Board of > 






sen ted licit rcpor 


for ib« jnr. Tbe 




K" 


'.«'»£ 


mniarv of 


of Email type in th 
ho doings, which tut 


r n „.„ 






published 


and, as a whole, n 


t snffl- 


do 


■'■" 


=s= 


ni to copy. The 
.however, ii Intern 
of the Society fro 


portiOD 

Hug, OS 


lb, 


be face 


f large re 


cipts is accounted f 
, with some other 


r. We 


T 


Er 


:.«:: 


J, which, if ool ne 
ssnees, ibe Manage 


W. will 
a Bay: 
id met 


ID 


OOlerei 










lralttei 




ties or the society, a 










sinfj an aggregate 
ncet which they trao 


milted 




Mil of 


n r s.in, 10 



if our Society for oqr Bole use nod aceupan 
oo E " we wist us n Society, nod uicculi 
■urposes of our orgBoiiMiDn. Bruce the Society 
s quite as well off as Ihoughit were the actual 
it of both these pieces or valuable property, 
Iocs not owe twu-thirds as many dollars 
IB! upended for Enures nod improvement 



The great staples tbui far 1 
barley. To these have been i 
dlin coro, bnckwbeot, ar.li, 
latest nod most reliable stalls 
low-log figures, which eihlbii 
tion to Ibe pleating of a gren 

Wheal, busbols 

Barley, bushels... 

ilnin, bushels 



and 



Peas and btnos. t 
Irish Potatoes, bi 
Street potatoes, t 



plcnisbed with tt 
clbnuslcd hy its 
perhaps no clan 
anil so sore to c 
soil through a lot 



I of years, oo the rcgolai 
state, of thole very sub- 
i drawn from it. Toll 
;ssing the minds of oui 



Bilbin 



and s 



05 of which has been found ai 
tbo actual indebtedness Slfl,e5l 



eel at the i 



Kb u over S4 r aou, the Boles and Interests remaii 
excepting the nmuunts of tbo SS.Oi 
le Stale, June 1, 1801, nod tha SIU,DC 
Hie from the Suite, Nov. 1, 18G1, which were p»i 
loD. F. Hastings tOo. 

o Ibe Fair have been Si 1,861, and or 



,;i.|i!.i 



if the 



or and conducting the 
te ei inordinary expel 
Irons floods of last j. 

gld ibe debts incurred by former Boards, and 

.crcon, makes a grand talsl of 

ndtblcdncss now daa from tbo Society abut 



■of ?I0,: 



i tbo 



ends. It was, in fact, cc 

held by Ion Society. 

Bnclally, It also was betlcr lb 

a whole most eraioentl 

, Ibe large receipts of S 



.ay:] 









idopied which shall secure the So- 

«H«e i> a ,„y of nccuun.ing fo, a pan of lbs 
ta,ied«„. of . H UB |e.y wl.b ordinary receipt, 
^B ,ot "»S2<J,ui,D a T ear, nod had its reports 
Woledby iLe Snw or. tliat^J 
iflsbuBlo be.,ui,d heie Ibnl the presonl fiscal 
*bunii i[ni . n [ l)f lbc riutiuty is not Ibe -.vorl: .,[ „ 
■ >'• Je.r. It ha, been accumulating five 



■ clly audit 



iol w 



■ for 



at purpose, 

«ST- This sum, which the Society bad ti 
Ullepayia I8DU.G0, at the la I ores I w. 
i without compounding, nowi amoun 

Nat ihry have to show— the Society ' 



^■Bocieiy 1. now In ihe enjoyment of , 
HK> " least foor lima, as ia cb oi in 
H»»« been created i,,ecu,io U it. 1. 
del, due. 



owo Agricultural Call, ool 
■ssssssEtmnd oo which It ,u .|. Sot It |... K . 1010 
, ^ll.yaHtb.rnrrn.of^tbofree.V^ 

' uroaoJ, ,'"''' " r;,n '" n:i Ul " '"' 1 ' 1 ,, " il,li "i-' '"" 



will perfeci 
May, pears 
and apples 



All will not thrive equally well 
al homo somewhere. Oat valleys 
be beginning of June, with pc 



m.l ,.,., 



I lhai have 
eked from I 
Beyond ihe ordii 



ange of frnit-gtowlng, 

our midst. The Walnut of commerce is nlreadj 
grown nad brought into our markets by Ihoosandi 

scale or magnificence equal to Ihe importance nl 
Ihe abject, for the palling up ol prunes, figs and 
raisins. It is Ihe firm conviction of many nf t 

that no cnunlry oo tbo globe furnishes gren 
natural facilities for Ibe prodactioo of Iheso lb: 



a thai 



d ihem 



erlor T 



ed Into Ihe United Stales darlog the year en. 
Jnnoao, 1861, 0,032,016 puunds of figs, cos 
$245,740 ; 1,310,652 poands of prunes, at n 
of $149,493; and 31,111,291 pounds of rai. 
costing Sl,Q23,74S-mukiDg a total la these 1 
articles of 40,054,600 pounds, fur which wo 
53,31 8, SIB. 

Trustworthy statistics show that Ihere cat 
bo lest lhan 20,000,000 vines now actually gt 
iog within this Slate, besides many small family 
graperies nearly nr quite suOklenl lo supply th 
Stato with all the table grapes used, leaving a 
aggregate of at least 20,000, OUO of vines In he dc 

come low beariog. And by Ibe tirao theso 30, 

0OU.00U are in full hearing Ihere will he at leai 

100,000,000 more planted and in partial bearing. 

0UE b 



cecd e 



rath c 



business whoso magnitude Is almost incomprebon 
sible. During tbo year ending Judo 30, 1801 
there were imported into the foiled States 4,282, 
137 gallons (cost, S1,T44,6G0), and 4,330,520 hot 
ties [ant, 51,1B1,3B.) of wine, at »„ oggregui, 

thesamo year, 773,967 gallons (cost, £260,013; 
and 968,748 boitlcs (con, S187.841) ofwioo, total 
cosi $454,450, and thai, ioo, under an "ad valor- 
make cost Invoices o. low as possible. Toes, 
facts have a bearing upon this subject which maj 
not at first sighl appear, it will be seen by a lit- 

wine imparled by ihe nation is brought to nad 
consumed by the [(ogle Slalc of Cnllforoia and in 

tleth or the nation,* thus showing a demand fai 
o by beyond thai of any oihci 



onion of the lam 
icrcnse with such 
'111 need math e 
jpply it. Perhop 
lodern limes has 
award to tbo cull 



.cticn of b 
in lilies Of 



Hen 






i tfai 



el-tillilnsr properties of which (when properly 
educed to manure) thn soil that has produced 
bemlsjustly entitled. Allboogh tho racopera- 
Ivo energies nf most soils, when property In enn- 
act with tha atmosphere, aro very great, yet It Is I to g.t off. 



orklng ibe 



.od all its beatings, aodh cannot fail to be 
era ire of Ihe farmer's best ioterest. 
The gradual abolition of Ihis practice we 

rhero beginning lo see ptncticnlly ibut it i< 

ear, In rolnte their crop, nad frequently allon 

ibnustioa, and by frequent plowing and ban 
ig expose all its particles lo Iho invigorating 
Imosphere, in vrb; 



d the 1 



i the 



-3 from 185o to 1800 w 



Lands improved, acres 32,464 2,430,882 

Cash valua of Tartns .?::,.■=■; ■[,"; I .-],,,;.7I !■■> | 

Vnlop of farm implcroonls..S 103,433 5 2,4- " 
LivoVock, value 53,351, 05B S3G,0' 



Weateia Now •STork Fruit Biowera^Soclety. 
Tun Annual Meeting of this Society met in Ibe 
Court House, ul Rochester, on Thursday, January 
15, 1863. There won a fine exbihilion nf fruit, es- 
pecially of winter pears. Tbe following subjects 
wera discussed : 

bltninjurrd in thtir cofllfilufivil In) irfial are 
eaUtd "r&i'uiM m(Moo*s of propagation" 3 

IT. E. Unober said Ihe Delaware and some other 
varieties occasionally failed, and iho cultivators 
attributed Iho foiluro unjustly to the nurserymen. 
lie believed that vines propagated in hnt-hnuscs 
were just us gund, when well grown, as those prop- 
agated out or doors by layers. 

L. B. Laagworlhy asked Mr. H. if ho bad ever 
observed whether plants propagated from bods 
wera weaker (ban those propagated from cuttings. 

Mr. Hooker said he had not. He did 
lieve that Ibe nntfiVtilionai vigor of tho I 
injured by artificial prupagntion. 

Dr. Sponce, nf Yates counly, bad pur. 
good many grape- 



He thought grupea would nnl bear high m 
Mr. Hoog, of Lockporl, menllnned n 



a-ith.iu 



good c 



irhllfl 



d In 



Mr. Hod 



i plan 



h.iV, 



aught 1 

s plan 



i difficulty mo 



„,tlv 



.rdened off before soiling in tbo ground. 
B. Moody, of Lockport, said Ihnt one 
igbbora hud purchased one hundred Di 
ape-vines Ihnt wero raised inn bot-houso and 
plnnled them nut in tbo fall. He (Mr. M.) tbuughl 

-y strong. These plants have been re- 
produced from single eyes for ten years, and yet it 

P. Barry said that bis eiporionco was Ibat i 
grape plant grown onder gloss and properly i 



cd, w 



i that 






and gla 



Drilling In Grain— A Now Machlnn. 

Ediiob Fahmkb : I lako the liberty or oddrcsainj 
you, asking your opinion of tho probuhlo succes. 
of inlrodnciag nmongsl ihe ogriculturisl of tbl. 
Slate, anew grain drill— n very perfL-ci machine 
drilling eight reel wide, and eight inches hctwcei 
rows, working on all kinds or soil— as well oi 
that which is roogb and atony, as on the best. I 
puts the gr.ln lu from on. In three inches deep 
covering it perfectly, drawn hy two barsci, ant 

I have aceu it work by tho side of some of thi 



Ibis Slate, I would ask tho opinion or one so wcl 
acquainted with Ihe wants of the farmers of Call 
rornla, as lo the feasibility of inlrnducltig Ibi 



J- D. W. 
end thoiolrc 
frill do what) 



planting. Wo call tl 
tn Ibe letter, and wn 

urnlsh a sailsf 
era" fur iho Inq 



Tna Paris Jou 



H urines. V 



Fraacb He 

Frntlqi 

wo colored plates of Rnmhouillct Merinos— of tbo 
wo types of tbia class. Tbe ekeli 
in tho Tmpt 



The 



s Iho 



s„_r» tbt 



and a fold coming from Ibe lop of tho 
-ad quite down to Ibo breast, which Is called In 
rend, m ,i „(,. The other has these peculwrhid 
iry slightly developed. Mi 
rmer Is very difficalt to fatK 
urn supposed to produce the most wool,bot that 
■ere la really little diB- ereoce[n lh „ BmDunt be . 
reen thai and the latter class, which fattens very 
ndlly. Rami from Ibis herd sell at as high 
Ices as those from tbo herds or iho most cdIo- 
ulcd English breeders. Thoy are of tha purest 
)g bean formed by Louis XVI, 
ally Improved by tbo most 
at Humboulllot, where no ad- 



u.l, 111.: ll. 



• f fun 






tened them up perfectly. It 

st means nf improving, Instead or injuring thi 

:nco would conflrro what he had said. 

H. If. Laagworlhy bad been unfortunate in get- 

ig fruit from Delaware. Ifc bad, for Tour oi 

' it Lad not yet been ablo lo get good plants. 
Mr. Towsend, of Lockporl, purchased from 
essrs. T. k E. Smith of Geneva, some fifty plants, 

Thoy all grew, and bote all dono well. When ht 

pencil. He was careful to cut off all tho dead 
roots nod spread them out. 

Mr. Tounglove, or Steuben county had received 

ting-needle. They all did well. 

Judge Larrowe, or Stoubon couaty, had planted 

grapes grown bolh ways, and could too on dif- 

rorence. Thoy both did as well as he could desire. 

If. mot II the bat manure for tht ptar, and (fit 

taibtlt mrtliod of applying „ ,« At par.tk, 

trpptt, thtptum, and thcgraptT 

Mr. Townoend thoogbt the answer to this qaes- 
liao «ni v.ry simple : Well-rotted manure applied 
in tbo fall nu tho snrfaco and worked iu in tbe 



thdso mnnHtcd wero unproductive. Tbo Dela- 
ware and Rebecca, perhaps, needed more manure 
than any other varieliea. His experience, on the 
whole, was against mnnuring tho grapo at all. 
III. Which are the bat three notice grap/i far home 
coemption? 
Judge Larrowo would name Catawba. Ho WM 
not aware it would not ripen in most ports or the 
Stale, hut with him it ripened well, and was tho 
best grape he knew. Eight years ago ho set out 
ihe first Catawba grape-vino in bis neighborhood, 
and last year over two hundred tuns or Catawba 

They ore used lo make wino. Tbe next grape ho 
would name was the Diano, nnd tho third tbo Del- 
aware. Tho Delaware wilt mako a nice wine; hat 
tbe akin is tbtn and tbe gropes will not keep. It 
is very productive and tbo quality is excellent. 

F. W. Lay, or JIunroo county, would name tha 
Concord. 

John Salter named: 1. Delaware as his first 
choice— nfexoollent quality, a good grower, hordj 
and productive. Did nnl keep very well. 3. Di- 
ana, next ia quality, but not always euro to ripen 
iu this locality. It keeps well ia winter, and, if 
properly ooltivntcd woald ripon. 3. Concord- 
good grower, fair quality. Not a goad keeper, 
and when over-ripo Got and insipid. Groveling 

W. B. Smith was surprised to hear that Dela- 
ware was not a good keeper. Ho bad it fine tbia 
ycor, up lo n few days ago. 

Charles Downing named Delaware, Crevellng 
and Allen's Hybrid. Dolnwura dues not keep well; 
RobBceo ibo best keeper. 

Mr. Iloog named Hartford Prolific, Deinwora 
and Diana. 

Mr. Moody's first choice would be Delaware, Di- 



tbuught Isabella had been sligblcd. 
no Delaware, Diana and Isabella, 
is (As iajt method of keeping icintcrptari! 
inker said ibe greai.object was to keep 

Thoy should be perfectly matured be- 



IV. ll'Ai- 
H. E. : 



old. They will bear a little, frost without injury, 
.bout Iho first uf December put Ihem in barrels 
nd fasten. Ihem in a culd cellar. lie. likes pears 
elter when taken immedisicly from ihe collar 
inn when ripened up In awarm room. They are 
lore sprightly. 
W. II. Leo was asked far bis method. Ho lets 
iem remain on troea till ibey ore ripe. Then pats 
iem in hnlf.barrcis in a cold collar. They are 

Ho got, Ibis season, S12 per barrel for Vicar of 
Winkfield. Tho Lawrence cummand, the highest 
price. 



rp, of Lockporl, g 






g them daan uiih thulta. If gentlemen wi 
ho could supply them ir ihcy spoke qi 
The tbislles brought up the mineral food or plants 
rrom tha sub-r- :l - l 
iaing gases fr 
by decay, enri 
Mr. Young!, 



a plan 



ighl thn hoe was the 

Mr. Spcneo had faand rnttou wood, muck, . 

Mr. Olmstead, or Geaossee, who has a splei 

Mr. Bloody thought leached ashes excellent 
nh pears nnd apples. In bis nursery ho 
wib or iho it 

If you used hi 



y tbnught wo si 
one kind urn ma 

i. Ho alluded 'to , i 



might I 



jst, nnd h. 
Charles L 



II. E. Hooker 
oulldin 



i cold r 



kept in a cold airy room 



on tbo norlh 



Cotton In Illinois. 



When 



danger 






Mute furrows with a 
e plants In and throw ibn soil ogniusi them 'from 
eh side with a horso-boo, with a man to follow 
• Iraighten Ihe plants and press up the dirt wllh 
hand-hoe. It Is butter to set out the plant* 
1 thin them out oficrwurd. JJs, 



Uree fool. 
Tho plants of cour, 

lib a sprinkling ma 



e suppose about 



must bo well hoed to keep 
Ho- watered bis plnuls 



Tin Brooklyn City Court I 
52,77!) IS against the Clly P. 



he saw a muck in Wo sloh ester county, N.V. 
*>uld ho appli.d fresh lo all kinds or plauli 
nplanls Iu puts— wllhuut Injury. 
go Larrowo thought that grapes did sol 
my manure. U be manured bis grapes lbs 
grow ioo rapidly, and were succulent nod 
WMed back in winter. Ho think, the hen, tha 
plow oad tho cultivator aro iho best manures foe 
grapes. Grapes grown on poor lands ore swcclcr 
Ibnu when grown on rich land. Hn has on , m B 
very poor, leocby land, applied leached ashes and 
lime, and Ibey* hod a good effect. He thoueht 
grapes needed lime. * 

H. B. Hooker agreed with Judge Larrowo In 
this .action Ihe land I. rica enough for grapes. 



ime. He did not let tho plants suffer for wa. 
rater, ihrowlog ii on tho plants as tho carl i 
long. A boy, an nld burse, and nlud-mill p 



Scarier set on tho soma amount or laud— ne.tr 
heavy," - The seed was the "grtoa seed" from 

« State of Mississippi, which was ibo icisoa he 

lugbl ur starling It iu n. hul-bed. 

He ihlnhs couon can be raised in the Northern 
' - °— .01, If wo oaly .tart the plants In 



bot-nod. 

[Tbe-dlrectlon. 
■o have faontolbl 
o give it to .bor. 



.ay vary somewhat from those 
published for our Slat a, but 
ho difforonl ideas.] 



! Viceroy bai ordered one-third or tbo oolli. 
land or Egypt to be .own with cotton. Ir 
[[Ulromont is carried out, a> doubtless ll will 
. noxi year-o crop will be twa-iblrds graaler 
■ny thai has been raised heretofore. 



26 



>TT-re CALIF OBNIA FABMEB^ 



Tho Allnothna SHI;- worm of China, 
iBomhyz Cynthia.) 



J 



operation In tno °P- n nlr '■ ,a - cnr0 nf lQC cse °' 



ebes to Chios, Bllboogb they gather o prodl- 
i qoootity of molborry silt e*ery year, of 
h, as a modern nolbor says, you could make 
his reorioB is carried on In open 
nir, Id plnnl-llon! of Adonthui, which Father 
d'lncarrillo toot for a species of frfcoe (ash tree) 
or sogvra, a tree called Ithe by (be Chinese, which 



Bntttti ! 



'Eilri 



i Anclen 



other 



whlth are called le/ic or yt-iang. 
trees, which bare neither (he fri 
tho mulberry. Their leaves are 
termlniting in a point." (Thi 
Fagara piptrata, of wl 



Chin. 



spei 



■*■) 



It their volue and ability, as o 
e ItulT which I hare called kirn 
k produced by Iho worm of w 



nd mako their c 
'come broader ai 
■ms, nod, althoci 



chlngortha young w 
t tho plants, and gathering tb 
b worms are onco properly bi 



ought to 
in Teed a i 



h be will often hare more than 30 co- 
aeadomy can see In looking at the 
I bHTo placed on Iho table. 

is of resting, 



mplieily it 



ice of b 

culture 



lolberrj leaves, to en 
12, to Teed the norm, f 
i an go the broods frequc 



n llii-, . 



I In 



solve 



.ml other facts stote'd by Ibia 
r, aDd from what Father d'lucnrv 



include rram 
old feed on « 



i that 



iniu alone. If other food were persisted in for 
Several generations, it la probable tbnt the species 
would degenerate more or less rapidly, and per- 
haps bo entirely extinguished. 
Firit Rearing «/ Iht Mentha Silk-ieerm on a Lergi 
Scale in Frantt. 
La Patrit, of November 0, I8G0, says : "fn tbe 
lasneision or tho Academy of Science (October 
33, 18C0) ILGiierin-MBnevlJlo presented numer- 
ous and beautifo-l living cocoons of thn Ailontbni 
silt-worm, the product of tho first rearing, on a 
Inrge scale, of this new domestic insect, for the 
introduction and acclimation of which into France 
and Algeria wo aro indebted to him.- This Is o 
real agricultural event, for, as tbo learned presi- 
dent nf the Society of Acclimation has staled 
Ibese victories of man over nature are bo ran 
IbBt, of tbe 14<!,noG specimens composing thn ani- 
mal kingdom, he has far ages past acquired do- 

total or industrial at Lilly, io general, is concern- 
ed. In ranking this presentation, which was re- 
ceived with marks of the livlieet interest by thi 

JI. Goerin-Uenevillc thus expresses himself: 

'"In devoting itself to tbo most abstruse nni 
elevated IhcoriMicnl studies the academy has no 
neglected the practical applications of science 
Its organiialion evdn demnnstratcs that facl 
fur it coonts among its members many lenrnei 



isled. in It ibot they will find 
morons details on this new ogrlculloral branch 
industry in my "Rapport a~S. M. VEnpertur rur 
(racaux lalrtprii par m ordrttpoar tfltrodairt h 
■■S-iait dt Vailantkt en Jnrana /t en Alatrii" and 
10 in a small trentiio entitled, "Education da 



ork do! 



nod to i 



lys Lo Polrie, "that M. Guirin. 
ig only the public interest in view 
has determined generooaly tn afford the ndran- 
it source of wealth to (bo Impe- 
rial Society of Acclimntion, and to all other per- 
,11 request it." 
Co n ctuiwni.—RuuIlt, ' 
when silk, in conscqoonco of thi 
t mulberry treo and of its silk-worn 



rapidly advancing, the discovery of a i 

t is demons trnted that tho silk famished by 
Roiabyx Cynthia, which lives In the open nlr 
the Ailanlhns, cumbines all theso conditions, 
'ho Ailanlhns is 



Z57~ 



To Mnko Strawberry Wlno. 

'm the berries carefully over, take nut Ibe stems 

o that nothing remains hot (be pura ripn fruit; 

hen presB out tho juice, to which add an equal 

[nontlty of water and I pounds of brown sngar to 

tbo gallon j put in a barrel ond lot it ferment for 

vreokB, then lightly bung ond stand (wo moro 

utbs, when tbo bung io (o be driven in tight; 

It aland unlll the middle of Slay, when It can 

bottled. When fermenting, tho vessel most be 

kept full, so that it cao work over. To Boo tho 

,f Isinglass put in eix gallons of 



!!],■ " 



i K ,>od 



and is doubtless 
ural Socloly 



pose. Tho enlyi of tho strop 
a wlno a vory unpleasant tost 
he causa of previous failure 
(be last Fair of tho State Ho: 



to bo take 
1 halfpo 



i oat. In tbo ma 

ili. is I'l be used ; 



"7 



a Making Wine f rom tho Loaves of the Clnrst Qru 

-rtsnee ; bat they may eervo lo show how easilj 
ines may bo made without tbo oso of the grapi 
r of nay other froi( in tbeir composition : 
Mr. Knight observed, In tho Philosophical Trans 



U 111- . 



d them 



i profilsblo can be 
d. When onco planted anywhere it cannol 
islroyed, so rapid and vigorous Is its growth, 
io silk-worm which feeds oa its leaves Is nol 
vigorous and endaring. Neither wind noi 
. nor anything else can make It quit the lea 
devouring, nor tbo cocoon it is spinning. 



y nursery-houses fori 
f, nnt on gathered li 
inl labor, and very 
b it prodoces is less 



sary i> 



l the 



brilliant than that 



f the Purplo grn 
.trong, n 






8aooBa»rul EiperlmaatB with FroJejotlloB. 
'lion lima lo lime we hove published reports of 
lib sbnt 









sped has been gratifying, and wo can deronn- 
ralo to » degree which will be satisfactory lo 
ir foes, that we possess means or defense which 
would bo eitromely impolitic for them to como 
, contoot with. Thero is nothing like a strong 
-m lo owe tbo InBnbnrdiuate, and if wo enn show 
int wo are strong In a military 



>uld h 



Lot 



eipen 



day, Jan. 36 
fired from i 
iborgo of 1 



Stafford projectile and 
int it U unc nr tbo most rormius- 
s class. In Washington, on Mou- 
3, n shell weighing 8C lbs wai 
i-pnunder Dnhlgren rifle, with i 
or powder, at a range of abnui 
targot representing s section o 
> Warrior's side. Tbo eboll exploded in tbi 
-gel, between ibe plating and timbo 
d blew tbo same tn fragments. All 
ilghlng 10B lbs, was fired at the oamo 
2 some range, and went completely tbi 
riediliolfofeetin tbo bank behind, 
d wnod nf tho target wore driven I 






ot, wbic' 



ida a very ragged hole and Haw It- 
Previous experiments with Ihosi 
red eoocluslvely that mrgets oro- 
03, backed by 21 inches of bare 
readily penetrated when Ered fron 
gun, Indeed, the invon(nr of thli 



Signi 



I by Capt. I 



oodqua 



ce Dcpar 

Bet forth. Aoguloted targets u inches li 
ss, it Is said, can bo penetrated with ease 

nf (ho factB above stated, It is grntilyini 
v thot tbe Governmnnt has ordered tb 
le ond the sbcll for tbo service.— [Scion 




loney. A strong, astringent liquor, possess. 

ployed did not contain sofficicnt tinging mntlor ti 
itford wbnt might wllb propriety ho called a rec 
vine. Tho partial success, however, of these ex. 
icriments ioduccd Mr. B. 8. Matthews to try tbi 
iBecl of tbe leaves of tho Claret grape, whicl 
isnally acquire a very deep red col< 



Two; 



nlf of It 



added to a gallon of water, 
latter was extracted by boil 
Is and a-balf of coarse sugar 
In this decoction. Fermentation 
a vinous liquor was produced, 
bis liquor was (hat of port win 
ry similar to that of port mlngl 
d It wbb generally admitled by 
of members of tbo IJorllcullui 
q tasted it, tbnt it was bolter (hi 



applied si 



specially i 
iraoog thorn, 



honor to mak 


for a long tim 


on applied xoolo 




ond recently a 




on of tho silk-w 




of tbe Allnnl 


as, destined to 


play an impor 


snt 


port as tho producer of a u 


ew textile mate 


at 


wblcb will at 


1 greatly to our 


industrial resou 




in silk and w 




nf which is mal 




i(self gricvoosly felt. 






" The prac 


leal experimen 


sin rearing Ibis a 


Ik- 


worm ore mc 


easing every ; 


ear la number 


snd 




se, nud my per 


ovnrlng energy. 






lip unanimon 


assent of all 


Ih 


Mends ol o 


r tfgnculturo 


ad industry, sc 


m 


destined (0 








notwitbilam 




t wentber which 


lis 


prevailed thi 


year, my pracl 


eel experiments 


nv 


given the mo 


t saiisractory r 


mils, so that a 


an 


proprietors 


f eslates are 


engaged in mi 


In 


plantations of AdoMlmt. 






'"I wllln 


tnow revert t 


my oxporimeni 


i 


tho open air 


made in the wo 


ds nf Boulogne 


fo 



air and marly without t 
wo call ailonlint, will fa 
ill serve for Iho fnbrica 
lolhing. 



-e for nil elm 
low-priced a: 



middle 
of tbo 
ailk of 



and rendered prodacliro ; e 

■; it will supply tbe deficiency of 



appnr 



Brlno Polsonoiir; — a CanUon.* 
Dnniso past years we bave published occi 
reports of bad effects from feeding to animi 

Huncsdale (Pa.) liorald, we find nn ncco 



nud that 



Willi ii- 






nuld probably b 
bably the game 



Furo and Impure Wnti 
■ a lato meeting of tbe Loodou Cb 
. Woods read a paper pn the ct 

istic purposes. Ho ianistod that 
water was injurious to health 
uch Ibe duly of Iho physician to 
re disease. lie staled that bis 



-v 

micnl Society 
.racier of the 
iking ond do. 



THE 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 

The Original P. P. Stetfart I 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Summer nml Winter Ai.~-rii.-tit 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 



With Nn i 

of lie col. 



I E-ir-.i 1,-ir.-,- Ilu- : u,.] l.v !!■■_■ S i-;ri-[, 
■old IMU-nt H .uMo-nheet llnltomPlua 

invited to the follonin- iviints of j'uporl- 

■ m— bo-tiDB, with proper oaro, ol least 



SEED WAKEHOTJSE.I 

OSIUllISSXB IS 189DJ 

S. SV. MOOHeJ 

IMPOSTEI) 

WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALER i, I 

ALL KIHDa OF I 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, | 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrug I 
SEEDS, 

NO. 40S CALIFORNIA VTKEET, | 

Belnoen Saoiomo and Monlsomery strei 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

THE UNDERSIGNEB HAS ESTiBLlSnED Em! 



i California, are nnt tu 
iriei of jaar, onlil mi 
Boknowlodgo ■ ball be 



17AS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hunp;nriau Hroif 
Kentucky Blno-crnsa; Orchurd Crass; 
Bed-top Grass; Sainfoin GraM,- 

EnRlish rtyo-f-rssa, Timothy Craasj 

White [i. n-li '';„!.■;, 



■ in, hlv -. , 

iCllltSl, Ml. .. . 

[■orfe.-llv lioLfti- 






imnlol 
-Bating, bollln-, breillne, rooslloe 

. of tbo Storo In on< 

-_. In Iho StBnart Slovi 
n .]ir-:lly iniu Iho uviin Ipro 



;.*'i'v",u..'.' 



lofbi 



bad been fumished. The 

ioed from- m-riby place ifhero 

evaleot; (but fo* (bo uther from 



lh P li,i.a,.| .-.ir -.]-,-, iv . ri.i .. i lii h-.| ■ f i-.ni'.ilnti-.u I. 

tho i.nly ono o( nny vnloo nbmovor 

Clh. Ei.rmi; i.'.^Tii-iLur lit it— Tho heal fcnoratod 
ty Iho Stoi-o inij ho hi'ld ihoieln, and nied oc thrown 



'".I, H.'.i'Iv\ri-ii"i'.V'i','"', 1 , ,' 1 ' 
'.:iti„-, : l„ J,-,in „i. ; L,i,.i, 



euddon 



t-li-.r,-L-,-, , 



y-Monl 



i of 






After having simply placed tho young vrorins 
in hedges nr tho Ailanthui or hli pluotlnrj, 

Id cultivate the cercali 
rmployina any manual 
lutions ngfllnat Ibe otl 
ilea, and nolivithstand 
her, has still obtain 



iOgB, 



g food iinii'l u 



water W « S highly p 



; Ihe beer. Wbe 

» reported, to re 
nlrnnl lo consuro 
my kind of meal 
icllve (o fowls, ei 
lb em from bouse 
i brlno and sail a 



-Mr. Hall 



: for 



derive- a 


uflicieni quantity of eg R a 




demands which I re eel v 


fact, eac 


female butterfly furnish 


ISO igga 


supposing thai the holt 




d contain females, those 


BIoi RO 


Id give me more tbaa 12,0 


a qoand 


j greater than sill bo nee 


pUoiuti 


at of Ail an thus recently 


nourlBb 




'"We 


can Bl present (Ay, vrltbcu 


that iho 


only uiiuiiil labor noc 



nod far repro- 
wbich I shall 


W 


to satisfy the 


Bll 


e every day. In 




log moro thnn 




if our 100,000 




iO.OUU butter- 




QO,000 of eggs 


■ 


ossary, for (bo 




ul exaggeration, 


b 


esoory for (his 


•1 



columns of ibe Sun Joit Mercury, the history t 
Sou Jobu. From bis account It appears Ibat lb 
pueblo was first laid out and stilled In Novcmbc 
1177 ; making the place nuw in its SOib year. Th 
" ants Clnro. Is nearly ooe yenr oldo 
m tblfl binory that the largo wlllo 



ood from 



•nJoi 



1700 ; so Ibat limy are 
, Son Joit contained 1 
loyBandllOglrlfl— a to 



it WomifLil lono in 
, schools, gardens, 
a population of t 





B 


mod 


Turk 




oblo bin 




Ho 




of Amc 


easilj bo 


ro 


OK 


iiedo 


ter no 


J pVc.Js 


le 


mc 


,"bo 


lug," b 


,1,1.1, ,1*- 


' 


o a 


eepla 





irly I or llasi acboBC 
| Agricultural n 



:tti- Maiiufjo!Lir 
onnloo Fo 

0.3ra 412 Km 



ifP P STBWART.aod 
oh Hove Noaooiborii 

£B W. sli lil.l. It. 



Crimi 



iClov 



R. B, FORDHAffl, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

|j| GROCER, g 

JACKSON anil FltONT sf id-is. 

! 'loeElthS" bl1 - '"B" 1 - ' of " •a.il.woelddowclll 

COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS, 



DR. KNOWLE5, 

DENTJST, 

IO. Oil CCAV 8TI-EBT, IlAnB'B l]UIf.DI.VO, 

SAN FltANCISCO. 

Office Hcrarsr From9A M , to B P. M. 

WAItRANTEB, ^^^1^ " 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



nnm-. i'AnnAi;i;, iwuiiut. itAniStl.TOffita 

L'l'i.-I'MIIF.I;, Ml-IUI.N'S, I.I'.TTI-fR. uSIMSi, 
T011ATO, EARLY AND LATE i'EAS, 



Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SEE 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEED 

COTTON SEED. 

Gn a no from Johnston's Island. 
FLOWER SURDS (300 Varieties} 

r.n.iEs, tulips, iivacihtiis, 

■\l,|-|>ll|.., Ai.r .. n 



35 Nalive California Evergreen 2c 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fob Eipoutation. 
THE nNDEKSIQNED, FROM HIS BSTBSSlj 



MERCHANTS IN THE TRADE. FASUi 
AA'D LAROJi RAXCU OWSEB3, 
Who wbm to boiupplM In hi) Roe. 



■m_&ur lo loo aadoi>l-noil ihroueh too Ml" 5 " 
b>Mail,othor B L«,partI 01 run OBEAT BISK of -J 
Impoied uooo, In oue their Or,lor> ibould hi »'"- 



MILITARY GOODS. 

Emb ™'tor. n Swor,l,, sat., Buhm, Em. 

tEUALlA. nimii.i. ... nnurnoioror of 



Bohu, Cant, Baal., i 
Bool olios, Mlili-r: 

ffl Odd-FolfoVriloXlR 



IHBROIDBar 

'J OI»lo ProeeulooB * 
T ROliOKHH joiiksos, 



S. "W. MOORE* 

8EUr> WABEBO-fi 
408 (old No. 110) CnUfornia (tr--t 



THE OALIFOENIA IF ABMEK. 



27 



California 'gaits.-/ 



I DRDlAWOIiOOY OP CALIFORNIA 



»«ct-: 



*1 from Farmer otVtx. 13, "33. 



jxni.-vi — hifo F.i.i. ax f.ous Anni;_vr-A. 

ft* Ancient Indian rortiflcittpas in the Vinialty 

of Altar, Bonoro. 

Foft or 2'j Ai'ii., 15CJ. — Id iho second sorics of 

HKaianology, vide Fuue: of 28 Dec, ISfiO, ap- 

Mnnolki fr.-im Ibt-Sonorn correspondent of 

liaancitul InJiiini, nijr Arlluabn, ubonl I iv ■; n < t 
Ingots easterly frutn ibe nun of Altar. Ad In- 
IslUgent JleiicBn, who bod lived in thcso parti 
^^Bjcarsai o trader and gambuiiaa, informed 

fhtj err on n Mill, bacicods, ur farm, called 
^^HLIsmiUi, and though not described in looks,, 

higb-rond nrthe male- 



The fortilic 
reondinp; c 



) ti ihm 
tenth,- i 






d Ibe ■ 



y n circle < 



wall o 



i hold U 



is described. Etc 



follov 



l'.i :i'j body, and broader than a m 

) yards high. Each rrall has it) i 
a egress door or opening, which c 






. (U Lb. 



^BEj or fifty) are not opposite those of ibe fir 
^Uljoii cater on several yard: of the inclosed 
HK»s before ran come to Ibe "next portals," or 
H»Ei. This makes it like u labyrinth, nnd i.rob- 
^Bj similar to those or Peru nnd some parts or 
^Rnlrel America, figured in several late trcirolcr'5 
Bforlte. The walla are well constructed of largo 






r Ibnpor 



o Couuuesl, three hundred years 

isodi or people, and piles of laoso 
i attest the ass of the Triacherae 



Tho Indiana of the vicinity, wl 
d at the time of Ibe Conquest, kne 
of their builder*. 



h Vol. Bollruad Surveys. 



listributed 
veya of oil the 



notea on Chnrtograpby nro particularly Tula 

The Mohave Desert 
i paiilng np this siring of vnlloys, which roi 

ig the north sido nnd near the foot of (be lov 



Kl bare been o.di 


cb dug fo 








ad inhabit* 




Wilein stun early d 


ay. Who 


tended to 


confirm 


IHlonraioe km the 








^lagWi-liolo f 


ethlgh.h 


d n more e 




Dpi upon the low 
Kipper siJe.jnst 


r with a 






u would 






[BuihioDcd t,j luc , 








^».ien JCUra in, 








■ft™...— a.. 








•Merablv tlrrn^1i. n 


id, beenns 




in ex 


Bbttonofihl. fe 


lore, the 






Hrlrs.sbowlog h n „ — r I,,,,.,!,™. _; 


„ tnele 


mnltive llr,. ,1, 








"•arks. What .^.n 




obable, wn 






tor folio 






BEavatlon l-.r sere 


si miles, 


camoat [ 




Mtd tli. one of "■-- 


trickling down, bod 


actually 










"VOatcOold 1,., — » 


condosiv 


ns to the 




■Mel. Lblt noble -. 
■Bn.nr* to.,-., we 


° D 'l™ ti 


riglnnlly d 


.signed 1 


fta*«lllngt oiolhe 


m arks o 




Ibea. llr,,- i,,;,,;,, | 






by nllu- 




tbs are 




BatlsBetl iTith rai- 


, would t 




eal. 


lroad m t i,o :,„[,|i,., 






1 lb 






uurneyed o 
ng the rui 




Olrniii Ranch, wl 
Boh*. bullJIn.-' no 


ere, espy 


sofan 



-..rlH,-.. 



•Vtbqoikc, 



5 (..111 I 



u Ibe i 



■n, killing n woman who wail' 
''■•"^i^.uddolng.groeldo.loro.b 
alMaUr.he.ide.b.a.mBnp the ground into 



ridge, "as I might have noticed 
I refrained from urging apnn in 
theory of tho water ditch as belt t 



5t 



obtained. In 
la yielded im. 



Tha Colorado Gold Fields. 

ml discovery of the placers on the Col 

rm the traditions anil accounts of t! 

Franciscan Missionaries of Sooora at 

In 1736, thn Plnncbas de Plata or Ai 

ered and many millions of lilv. 

TO, thn gntd pli 






line with those of the Colorado mines, from which 
they nrs only distant abnul 200 miles. Tho Oila 
placers in every probability will prove rich, not 
only In gold, but io silver and mercury, bs tbe In- 
dians have often detailed lo the Catholic priests. 
The new district it the same marked on Muj. Em- 
ory's Mexican Boundary Survey Hap or 1858 as 
"unexplored "—that Is, hitherto it has bee i a ter- 
ra Incognita. It is bounded by the Colorado on 
tbe west, by the Colorado Chiquito on tho north, 
by the Gila river on the south, and bj the Sierra 
llodro of New Mexico on the east. Tbe country 
id by Dill 



d the ri 



i San Fra. 



Tbe 



lado, Prie 
riot just i 



IS immediately bclnw Willi* 

■nid by trappers to be well watered and full of 
the remains of ancient cities or the New Mexico 

tho rivers Silado and San Francisco. All tha 
maps of this section are incorrect. When tho dry 
districts are passed, a splendid sheep nnd cattle 

road survey describe, at eminently worthy 



is the I 



it of 11 



vili-i 



it Tolticu 
In fac 



4 public— [A. S. T. 

orni j Document! in Eiv 



o of literature to be found in the lioyi 
if that city; but vary ft 



s for 



G^-JR-E^T SALE 

FIUTIT TREES 
For the Season of 1863. 



GRAVES, WniJAMS & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE THE SOLE AGENCY 



C. W, SEED, Washington, Yolo county. 
B. S, FOX, Hun Jose. 
MARK !■ .\ I.NI.Y, Snn Joso, 
W51. O'DONiVELL, Sua Joie. 
L. A. GOULD, Santa Clara. 
THOMPSON'S NURSERIES, Snscol. 
MOCK'S NURSERIES, Pe lain ma. 
PEPPER'S du do 

With other avenues open Tor all the Productions of 
Nursery, Vineyard, and Garden. 
f3- Orders can be left at the DEPOT— 



TIIE PAOIPIO 

FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 



SEED, PLA NTS, ETC. 

WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

Fan bale bt— 
O. B. BOTJEIII, 

And BRUflUTERE A TJIFTOT, 

COS Santoino street, 
18-tf San Fianoiaco 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds, 

FROII KAN', mjia 



%: 



m.hlj> 8i 



-WIH. HASELTEVE, 
At Tbe Japanese Bazaar, 

TTO, 331 MONTQOMERT ST. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape-Vines, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

oropiWcg [he fnll y<lag choice rurietles . 
Apple, Cherry, Peach nnd Pear Trees ; 
Apricot, Plum, Pomegranate and Fig Trees ; 

I, Button nnd Lacquer Trees ; 



.1.1 I'io. 



Grapo-Vines, Erergrci 



Ten Plan 



OraiE, Vegetable, & Flower Seeds of Japan, 
or isg'J, 

RIOE SEBDS 

jrkct, and are in tht mon pptlccl aad bcaliby cuj: 



Lower CuLrornia, Snnora, I 

Tho liberal offer of voui 
-ard iuformltiDn from ll 
'lib California nnd Uciico 
id byes 



-■,11 M 



WAREHOUSE. 

arranfDmenls are now complete for supplying 
rn7ed"v"ks h ralltlng FlTlit TreOS, 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-Vines, 

Garden Shrubs, 

Of all kinds; and every variety of art tela or 

NURSERY STOCK 

j an unlimited amount and on the re ry bolt pnlslbli 
Term.. We nova tbe EXCLUSIVE AOESCY of 



17 I'M — IIU 



s, place 



odd=it. 



',1-1,01. 



rks, betwean 1600 nnd 
of volumes, author's 



ion, thai nngnage 

Clavijero, [n his His- 
lory of California uf 1789, written in Italian, men- 
linns that Father Jncubn Beecrt, of Bavaria, pub- 
lished a history of Cnllforoin In German, at Mu- 
nich, iu 1772, which is very little known outside 

ncopvof which, I am satisfied, is to be too ad in 
this State. 

All that Is known or history completely relates 
tho idea of jour correspondent thai tho Jesuit 
priests ever sent one dollar of gold or silver from 
the Cnlifornias to Iturae, or nnr other country.— 
A. S. T., Bnl. June. 17, '03. 



oted of tho disco very o 
lalifornlnna urine Siern 
ekull-boun was fuund 



Trinity cnnnly in 
nty, fo 18GQ, a I 
2 feel high ; third 



.ear tho Miuion o 
i latitude 28° K. 
r Callfurnia, the 



fnurth, dltcov- 
San Ignaeio d< 
on thn Paeltii 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 

ei an» Xi«o -s" in £3 3sr a? , 

And General Agenoy Office, 



S. W. SHAW, 
IPortrait I*ainter. 

Nomher IB, 3d flour. Mercantile Library building; 



BV-TFd hare liken the largo ffaco or eround ojipo-jio 

TREEs'7allT'n°J ! , D SlKn^ Tu 8 «hi"mn a . ,Bmplr 
We invito ill bnurstocalloo 
ns before ranking- their jinr- 
ehiwnnrlayloitlioirnlanj.a, 



enld particularly eall the attention o[ tujsri 
id Vines to the fast, ikat, o-ler to the .lormi 
winter, the ptintlntr of troes was Benomllyi 
with all over the State, ooniteuontly, this bi 
isl be greatly augmented this inaimu, and 
o behoovei boyers to make thai rial cottons ea 
is neon B00D TREES, ai loo demands 
net io very largo, and very pressing, nnd tb 
ward order, enrly will bo tho lint that will 

indlt'oo or theNanery Trade hss been so i 
of late years, so many tones have eceorrad ll 
■a now bnl wry few Hnrssries that have tolia 



t they wl*| r L%\h'erodio Ibe diffo°ront P i"ameri"' 

Cawlognee of Varieties and Prices 

,ern every r«llUy "'m be'Iivei'VeJinlok^pm 
uen In ninkhig Ihelr selections. 



leg leave ta call (ho attention or tbolr old patroci 
nd the pnbllo generally, lo their present place ol 
oilneij, THE PA0EPI0 FBUIT MARKET, nhleh 
.r location and general odapllblllty lo boiinosr thoi 
link Is not ojoelled, If equaled, In San Franeiseo. 



in fun 



arced by them as cornmlsiloa, 

Trees, Shrubs, ele. ' 
Vegeliblot of every kind. 
Bnttor,Eggi, nnd Ponllry. 
Live Sleek. 
Grain of every kind, 
mediately. 



ehaedise, e 



; ■ ( w 



> ibipplng 



, and whi. 



eforileragelillftyeanlipermontli perlun 
noil, end the wine thus ilorod will bo held 
oitruetlens from the ewneri ai to the lima 
same shall be oBerod finale. Whinsilu 
I. S per oeat eomnlislon will be ebarged. 
r«". 1 QBAVES, WILLtAitfl t BUOKLEI. 



AMERICAN SEED-STORE, 
1863. ""■"»!_"■'»■ 1863. 

JU3T RECEIVED FV BTEAMEft, per Eipreu. direct 
■ 'en EASTEHN ettli-lli.-l.' I.;. 



lilt OWE lid, 



I of 



Choice and Reliable Seeds, of Ihe Growth 

Of 1862. 
Garden, 

Flower, 



Field, 



Grass and 



Tree, 



In Every Variety, 






Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY ">ud 
CONNECTICUf 

Seed-Leaf Tobaeco. 

FRESH AND PURE, 

JUST ItBOEIVBD. 

W. R. STRONG, 



Lucerne, Lucerne, Lucerne I ! 

{OR ALFALFA.) 

50 ¥MS B4LE -' MP °BTED >»V "AMD-EL 
Apply, iSO slonnjornery ii 



<3-It J ^r>E3-~VIjXES 

FRUIT TREES 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry Trees, 



HAVING BOLD SEVERAL PDILTJ- j^_ 
HlngLots in ray Nnmry, I will sell s9( 
Fa.-T VERT X.OW PBIOB 
All ibe QRAPB- VINES and TREB3 that ire on thn 
Tn tha eipenso of transplanting la another ptui 
r Orders promptly attenned lo. 
Direct to— 

L. PREVOST, 

I'-'dj A,;ont, Mr. DRLABIONB, 313 Clay etrei 



RHUBARB AND ASPARAGUS BOOTS. 

QOfJoo QIA N T ASPARAGUS ROOTS, r [„„ .,„ 

..T^r ""' pml0 " " U " eood »«■ *K- «u 

Alio 1,000 Victoria Bhubara HooU, 



il yield a Crop (ho first Year. 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

New City of 
OOL.1L.I1VSVI1L.1LiE, 

solano county, 

CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 
ANTIOOH and HEW YORK, 

at tho month of tho 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

Has been regular!)- laid ool, anrvojod, and put 
TITLE PERFECT, 

.si PATENT 

from tbu 

UNITED STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 

BOO 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 

DISTRIBUTED FREEI 

Ta inch ns shall first make application, and a 
GOOD, CLEAR DEED Riven nt onco (uncondflion- 
Jf), leaving It tn tho uptian of the party 

TO IMPROVE OR If OT ; 
t it Is expected that those tubing ouo of tbe Gift 
Is will use their influence in directing pcrsoos 
iking a Home in California, to the 

SEW OITT AND COUNTY, 
so doing, thej will ho the means of getting 
ire to settle, thnn if thej- were to improve ibem- 

Money Loaned 



glance at tbo Map of Cnliforoin Ig all thnt la 
essorj 10 Bntisry nay rctlecting mind of thoja- 
loua solcctiun of this mn fin ili cent site tot a 

NEW CITY, 
I never euhject to overflow from tho Hooding 
rise of tha river or bny in winter, ns tho wharf 
i warcbooses were hnilt at the lime nf the 

HIGHEST FLOOD LAST WINTER 
s vast region of One country around it ifl rap- 
idly filling ap, nnd if tbo uninterrupted navlga- 
■ : iu from Snn Francisco to Sacramento increases 
It has donn for tho Inst five years, tbero is no 
non why Colllnsville should not become n 

Great and Commercial City, 

being n midway stopping-plnco for tbo steamers 
daily from San Fmnciaco to Sncrnmooto, ■ 
Already, at and nruund Collioavillo, tbero is A 
r B o number of iuhnbitnnts. They have, also, n. 
ist-OHice, Store, largo warehouse, and a 

Magnificent Wharf, 

Two Hundred feet long by One Hundred feet wide, 
-*■ "*i cost tho present propriotora upwards of 

$10,000. 

The Farming Country In Solano County can 
not be Surpassed, 

Pino soil, springs of pnrn water, etc., elo. Tho 
climate Is milder, both lo summer and winter, 
than almost any other part or Cnliforoin. 

A CITY 
with such n situation, surrounded by an magnlfi. 



A GREAT a 



GLORIOUS DESTINY. 

between this 



Fort, Antloob and Now York, i 
only 3.1 miles, by land, to Sao 
saving of 

Over One Hundred, Miles to those who Dri^e 
Stock to that Market.. 



■, not knowing hi 



indeed' 



5 than pays uu for those 
ilding the remaining lots 
sums property. 



The Very lots Tou now Receive may in 

less than Tlnee Years be Worth 

Thousands of Dollars 1 



Farms of 5 10 , ao or M Acrei ^ 
fssue, In Im iiie dilate Vicinity, 

ow price to thoso who will make improve 
monts during tha comlngyoar. 

TO AGENTS. 



Pino of tbo City, showiug tbo location of 
s and Lola, or Bills, or , ln y other iurormn- 
jtoa, plcasn call on, or address by mall, or express 

Collinsville Land Company; 

OFFTfTPH a 

318 California Street. S.F.,Cal. 

Bex Ho. 1015 Post OfflceSan FranoJMo, 



S8 



£|e,Mif»raia pmn. 



ceur by kJWUd( 



't Sample Paper* - r. I gc 



A PBEMITTM. 


Browing stato. As 


W» will present sii pockagea of fresh seeds lo 


"lay fti rib er"— they 


every new subscriber, thai desires Ibe same. The 


feeds will consist of coffee, cotton, tobacco, rice, 


■nd other new and valuable vnriellca. Clubs of 
five nr ten subscribers, In one lot, will be c& titled 


ground. A still fa 


lo nn Increased number of parcels each. Should 
other seeds from those mentioned bo preferred, 


stops growing— thr 
Wodonntthinko 


let the subscriber name, and he will receive 


them. Also, lo old subscribers paying arrearages 


and renewing-, do we cilcnd tbe same terms. 


be repeatedly cult! 


IREASTJH? NOTES AT FAB. 


the polatos are so 


To do our part lowords adopting tbe Govern- 


ment notes os enrreoej-, we hereby give nollcc 




Ibntwewillroetirotho'Legal Tender Notesatparfor 


p'ratj " Farmers 


subscription to tbe Farkeb. If Ihoic who wish lo 





wilb tbe full fivo do 



AGENTS WANTED. 



■vleikfi ul BcrlcTjlEnml idtDec as 



■aoraseioipply to nipi 



THE OA-XiIFOJt^Sri-^ j^ ABMEB^ 

" Pnohlnnnhlo EdQO 



Cover Tour Poliioca. 
we of ibis grand article of food cane 
o oollccd the great number whoso ski 



f Ibis color. 
. be found It 



The Intended Fir. 



— FnutrntiD 
matter of so 
o by friend! 






10 JelTD: 



of the wbolt 
'ho Bret grci 



o affected by this dls- 



with pistols an 
tt very aheepisl 



larly after showers, 

briber bad effect coi 

si re urns lances 



oed, larger nnd ripei 
e, bare all that whit 
i cater enjoy a "goo 
i and keep your pola 



-knives — Ihey wero sent 1 
6 on the mutability of man 
of becoming "kids" thoy I 
Tbi schooner was also towed n 
irgo discharged. Packages i 
cry," wero found to contain ri 
tola, ouiIossbb and brass caunoi 
spelling "kerosene," wore 1 



jet-bags each containing n nnral un 

ler wilh a complete outfit of under 

Many papers wero found, the cor 

cb it is not yel deemed policy to mnk- 

i, by signals of distress or oluerwli 

e the approach of one of our coast sti 

board and take possession of her, hoist 

ite rag and capture one or 



slinn will re- 
reisa nf bay 
largely sblp- 



Tb.8 Mowing Machine. 
Tub mowing season will soon bo with ni 
good prices nblatned for feedduring the 
will probably Induce those who have gr 
locnt the same Tery eite" 
The steady increase nf 
quire each year a propor 

pod abroad. It is, therefi 

of stock that each can du 
collets for this kind of 
trident thai each year t 
iog. 

Now is Iho time for our 
for Iheic work ] aad one 



ertbatis to be considered; but as to tbi one tba 
will Jo the lest work lo Ibe quickest fine, and wilt 
tbe least outlay of fofor. 

From various sources we have of gaining infor 



'.V.;;-U 



n Califs, Shod Hon 



ectors— W, H. Pari 



J-C. D 




of Yol 


, and, 0. 11. Grimm, 


nard, C 


W 


Lighto 


r, and N. L. Drtw 


AGe> 


dProtf 


erou.^Jcn-(iHr.-.Per 


Is nob 


He 


proof 


r tho success of a w 


dicloos 


as 


well as 


an eiicosiie system 


tisiog, 


ha 


o the example of "(Jollown 


TTieyo 


cu 


ndoabt 


dly the largest adrer 


known 




eir boo 


s would show milllc 



rs, Helpers, U 



lie. There is another good 
ice in the fact that the im- 
I, Messrs. Hawley k Co., re- 

• '"PP'f i nna e « n now, at 

fore advise nil who 
.to make early op. 

of California farm- 



old Iher 
t Howe 



i plralofui 
ig upon our rich commerce, and cspecinllj 
easnrs-laden steamers. Last Sunday, bow- 
l fast-ialllng fnre-and-Bft aebnoner, J. W 
nnn, was brougbl-to as she was about leav- 



bngo pntcb (eicuse the simile) .n wuicu 
erts his young planls rrom the !) 
by careful irrigallon strives to produce c 



joftb 



arrested are : Ridgely Gi 
(ostensible owner); A. Buhery (a Brilon claiming 

passenger j" Libbio (1st officer of 

mer); Aubrey Horpeoding, Tbos.. Rcnlc, 
Jos. W. Smith (alios Snyder), natives nf Kentucky; 
Alfred Armond, from Ottawa, 0. W.; Henry 0. 
yd, of Delaware ; R. H. Dnvnl, of Florida ; nnd 
! following parties, nativities unknnwn : W. D. 
■oro, J. W. McFadden, Wm. W. llasnu, Jnhn E. 
nt, Albion T. Crow, D. W. Ernwn, John Flelcr.- 
Jaraes Smith, Gee. W. Davis, H. M. Marshall 
.ilors (cook, 



rlhe 



captain (or 
iptai 



Law) ci 



nnd L 



: nf vessel, cargo, paper9 and pr 
per commission are now in pi 
icq derelnped wo will lay beft 



The " Moxtoomebt Street Masia 



tnwtb, and thai ll 
no "Shoal water B 
i evident from tb< 



n< 


.Vi.'"'i;.;'i ,S"' 


St.— At 


other v 


luable 


nven- 






n Go 


aeswell 


s Missis 


ippl £ 




oro 


.,»,.! 


rlys. 


laplod 


ir Blenm 


mats a 


d ho- 




elng an prop r 


ilely ar 


ranged 1 






larg 


e scale. 


This 


stove 


s the io 


entinn 


of Mr. 


ORK 






ird dir 






to hie 


pot 
Ren 


IH 01 


y stre 
etyof 


"he'b! 


t cooki 


e round 
g- s tore 


also, 














i 1 


ends. 
gan Ho 








or ie 


Bring 


Ito 


r. U .- 


Those 


disiroo 


erli 


ement n 


f Mr. Fitch, w 




mill s 


allloo 


Von 


ugJaa 


n Ho 


gan," 




Chirac 


eraui 




reo nns 


rpiss 


d. Bio 


nd will t 


11— an 


iudg 


ipi 










orlofl 


t Jus 


n a 


orgno, whose 


ameisworlil-wl 


a. Mr 


Fitch 


lien 


very li 


eralt 


rmB-fi 


oe p»eto 


rage, free. A 






ing good b< 



Crocttry Warthoutt rurchuscrB of «i 

K-ere will always Qnd a large nod valuable 
mi.nl of Ibc most cicelleat patterns of nil i 
ibe waichonseof Mcisrs. CU.lian k Bu 
418 Dntlery street. This firm arc Inng-esK 



ipnn thousands, 
lloolgomery at 



.cilic Railroad. 
Ill be accom- 
ed. Farmers, 

aoo t a word of 






erests of tbe fun 



by Iho designing 
nery for mining 
of perfection ie 
Inviting nppesr- 
ireof the "dead 

io corresponding 
rsoftbebonorn. 

) nlouteentb vol- 
ited Slates devo 
r and producer 



liol.-:-: 



favorable I 
to Low 



,u,.|,lyb. 






on Russian River Volley, bj II 
can appreciate a lino arllslk 
well lipoid by colling. 



Ie tbeFtnuiaanc 
nrj Ibe Pacific com 
:rllr.-[MarinCoo 



always will be, lo moke Ibo CAMronxu Fabii- 

Kful lo every ntroier In tbe land ; and ll il 

lly nur hope thut wo bovo accnmpllsbed iba 1 

We feel Ibat those who lake nur paper re 



irooched an 
b every rag 
y, bnwnn, i 
nnch will [ 

. .Lookout 



there Is alarm abroad 

i soon bo broken open 
plundered. Even non 

o tbe first 

nc snon enough, and lh 

' Lucky nro Ibey wbi 



idly. 



d as pnsslble. Wbclber tbi 



d grout 
present system 



■■ female cabbn; 
egricullurlst is 
snil nnd dew, »■ 
i a marketable u 

milar, judging ft 



AduertlaLiie Dlreotory 
^meafton WaMi Munu/aciory Agtnoj^Q j 

Tins, D02 Montgomery street. 
Agricultural ITareAoiur— J. D. Artbot k So 

ner or Washington and Doris street!. 
Agricultural and Harduort Sioit— flan ley 

corner of Battery aod Cillfornla. 

Agmey Minion Woalai Jldtt—Liiaio. ¥ nc a ,„ 

Battery street. ' " 

Agenda Whaler .j- Ir'ifcoo'j Stvtog J/er*,»(i_- 

" ,J — vorth, corner Montj;on.Tj ooJBj' 

Stockton, Mra. F. A. iL Bdli,Z 



:, 



0}, ' 



loud linjjliog healthily i 



ire than on 1 



Ibo sacrifice of health and boa 



The TJvos alines. 



lunnel, It will strike in 



i lis 



hear a series of leclur 

1 good opportuoily for : 



Wo: 






■ mine v 



U||hl down b 
uco dealer frum Victoria, an 
I. C. Mitchell £ Co., oo Bn 

Raw.— The much needed 



With 1! 



tnencodon Mondi 
strong winds— hy spells ; elm 
showers nt Intervals, wilh r 
rain sufficient to meet iho wt 
Tbo dry weather bad conlln 
considered 



rain 



ofli 



in hear; 



of fun 



luiil,. 



nosper, Mr. Journal.] 

Oum 

dslithe 



r money. May you also 



Whip Factobi\ — Have yon been to 
rnioPioneerWbip Factory, of Meisrs. 

iBcnlous "littln spnolera" will lescb 
Is worth knowiog, f. «., bow easy li 
and work by a lingle thread at a time 
whips finished in a day by nnc man. 
lull proems la detail. Rut go aod 



in our next. Willi lh 
o propagate. They ar 



s Ihey hro guarded. Look t 



to, J. 1 



■ridge, 
19 Cloy. 



Bank Siori...A. Roman 4: Go., 417-13 Mootgi 

(Italian and common)... Farmer office. 

CogiuM'i Miuutippi Stoce, Timcarc, Ifardsa 



...WnLlbfjJ 

■, Alfatfa, etc...8. BrnnuUn, -120 Monlg 0[1](r , 
Cat. S. JV. Co. ..Corner of Jnckson and Front, 
Chimn"! Cup aad I r «ifi!oior...Jobnsun i; Reay u. 

end 113 Battery. 
Cbmmurion Fruit Dialers., .Gale i Co, 10D, 4U W 

113 Davis street. 
Comminion Wine WareJioute... Graves, William i 

Buckley, Cloy. 
Pud/ i.'i', L<impt t r(e...Slanford Dros., I53Hd]jj 

California. 
GaftgwU ImtUutt, Benieia...O. J. Flott, Priacim 



i, 1CS 



...Hnync 

'1c— llcntatiadi. ..OBsn, No. 318 Celitoti I 

st.SnnFmnoisco. 

.Dr. 0. 0. Knowles. Gil Clay street, S 

ojj...Sirby, Byrne k Cn., Lick House bM H 

7 Montgomery slroot. 

'r«s... Corner nf CIbj nnd Drama, H 
id Jfedirina...O. F. Richards, GOS Dsrii H 
Washing Machine...!. II. Rnrucr, Jlisca H 



■- //■■■: 



Soo Jose. 
Jhirt Trees, G0.000...D. E. Hough, Oakland Si 

Piaxtced and Fine Wool Wan ted... Fnrmer offic 

Moulgumery. 
Furnilun...K. E. Grimes, 020 Battery. 
Farm/or Safc.Knnpp, Burrell i: Co. 
Qoldtn Eagle ZTt>M..J. E. Callahan, 



(,'r, V . 



JJ^Ul'l 



..L. Frcvost, See Jail 



Hops for Sale...Fatmtr office. 

iZ.j-Z Ji/i-Orewr... Bucks k Lambert, Minna H 
Italian Horny .Seu... Robert Beck, SncramenlocilL^H 
Imaranre J ijrnH...Bigelow Bros, k Flint, 014 ^H 

Far roll's Bank, Monigomery. 
Japanese Flanti, Fancy Goods, Ftc.Wm. BUK^H 

tine, 321 Montgomery street. 
Land for Homesteads— Bnrroy S. Brown, rooall H 

Keglec's Bnilding. 
Magic Time OWm-i ...Robbard, Bros, i Co_cx H 

Nassau and John slreotB, New York. 
Military Goods... No rcross, G Mosooic Temple. I 
Ladies' Good!... Mrs. NorcrosB, 5 Masonic Tempa \V\r 
Nursery, Ymryard and Garden Stack... Graves, VT3- 

Hams i; Buckley. Depot, opposite iho Css- 

torn House, Battery street. 
Occidental Hotel... Samuel McOulloogb *Co,, coiH 

or Market, Battery Bud Bush streets. 
Peacemaker Stove, Tin, Iron and Copper rTare.-i 

F. Brayton k Co., 128 SBnsome " ' 
Photographic Albums-Roman k Co. 
People's Line of Steamers. ..I. K. Roberls agent, 

and *2T Bntlcry. 
Pac. M. S. (3j...A. B. Forbes ngeot, cor SicraraMU 

aod LcidesdorrT. 
Produce and Grain CoBtmisiion...k. H. TofldiiOs, 



•I 



PocjSej 



2 0loj 



jovn tbo aorfaco. 
ero fouod, which 
ond fallen down 
which thoy were 



id., .A. W. B oo, Agent, 422 Slonlgos- 

MoBlcra- 1 



Sugar-Cane Mills and Cook's Sugar Ecapot 
Carolhers £ Rates, Sncramenlo. 

Smilh'M Neo Patent Mortising Machine... Wan 
Liltlo, Urooklyn Hotel. 

Superior Stock— Gardeners Wanted and Sup} 

r Mason and P 



toy days, »■( 
iced, the 'to 



Tvpo-TEtEDKAFu v.— Viscount do Vougy, Dirco- 
lor-General of the Electric Telegraph throughout 
Fraoeo, has loviied several membora of tba Nn- 
tiooal lostilutc, and some uf the chief clerks or 
tbe Telegraph Department, lo assist at eiperi- 
ilegraph 



a Choi 



selli. Tht 



cntlfic engine 



typo-l, 



enty.fi.e words wilbin 


W« again c. 


e system of Morao, now 


which wo fe 


tlesslbon twenty wires 


crop in Call 


pllsb a similar work 


well on any 


prove satisfactory, it Is 


deep, loamy 


Iho line from Paris lo 


.,.j,.; r a"b 



carrot which 
oogib, grown 
thai tbo bl| 



lt V o/o£iAVnds...Far 



...S. W.Moore, -tOSC* 



it'M... [Golden Barp) R. 0, 1 
(Barp Stove) Ernest 4 S 

iter-Curiana I'hrmutr.gie.il I 
J. Smuli, tilu Cloy Btrcel 



•r. MoDigooitr/ 

>'■ J 

id Skins. ..R. Fouersteia i Co, » 

Retail Groceries. ..XL B. FordbsB 
ncksonnnd Front a tree ts. 

'"i-n/.,.D. !■:. Ilnujih. Unkluad Ncr- 
Urli^ijjur.; .t 1HI101, rluj 3aUW= ; ' 



T/planfl Rico. 



valuable MtSlT 
ade a proBtstt 
„ and pr»«» 



raro kinds. Among lh 

™,i«; S5S.;1b...i»; 






THE CALIFOENIA FABMEE^ 



29 



r St. PatrioVs Hay l» 
Khdit last, March 17 (SI. PMiicVi I'..j), x 
ft, occasion (or a general tnrn-out of the Tri 
papule 



to the morning, the 
ffi[n|f of the Second 
nnSqnate, where f 
^Kt-GcncraJ Etlig n 
tiroagh our urinclpi 
yirieus Irish Civic 01 

§L Mary's Cathedra. 



jlmtnt, reached Wmhiog- 
nero revised by Briga- 
itnfj, whan ihcy marobed 

liiatinns of the city. Be- 
ceremonles transpired nt 
d tbo Motrupolitnn Tben- 



stutia* W»ktid.— The Esmeralda Star of Iho Mitt 
n ii , publii bed at Aurora, iaje ; Tbree hundred 



and good wages at that. S4 SO p 



fijoTStion delirered at the latter place. Tha fes 
^Mftgj of tbo day (to nso an Irishism) vconnd u; 









^KmiUTirg. — March 17, I 

Epacbcco 's bill for $600,0' 

(but arm'- The Assembly posjed the Slate Cap- 
tasffij laxaluro cents by 41 ayes to 21 Mm, Mr. 
! >.-.,;■(. BarBtolV ondFarlcytnlng 



Tba ■ 



f tbo E 



i Francisco i 



Ucinlly ia General Banks', 10 
Qlit another year, and from the b 

mailed from the States. 


do by tbo de- 
n arc enlisted 
are lb em re- 


Tt'.' ippOlDtml HI ill ivJv. :lfl Cod 


or of Califor- 


K. s . B .,.f,b.S«,,b.„C.. 


federacy. 



A CARD. 

i years has elapsed sine 



,1 !li-i: 



I'-i'ri-i^ 



inks to the liberal acd ttppieciolire spirit 
irgu poilioa of (bo teamsters aad coach 
ilors of California, Ibe deoiaod for tbcti 
ictore baa gradually increased, and Hot- 
line ta lime bars beta lolrodueed from Ibi 

AXLE-UISEASB bos ootr acquired or 
led reputaiioo, e-xtccding tbroogboot tbi 
and b.-eadtb of California, Oiegun, and tbi 



t the protracted dittlcu 



urge qnonli 
■ subject, t 



pg in labri eating prop- 
al from tbo Eastern 
t.T cObru may be pat 
oado, so that California 
of nil foreign supply, 



NI'i-KS k LAMBERT, 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

pONSTANTLT ON HAND, A FULL AND COM, 

' CORDAGE. 



n find ready cinnlojxui 



Young Justin Morgan. 

BEAUTIFUL. FJIGBMILOOD, HLACF 



Ultra ti> ibr°GBKDISE THOTTJ! 



VOEFNa JUiTIH H 



iiJiIUud Counlr F.dr, Vt,lo IfcJS, (;tn Lloilcy oi liar 

hub. .od >ii ilrrd by Youec 1Wt»cor>c;'lio by Impai 
MeKopo. Tbo Dun or Toinuj TeWcopo n«J •Ind by 
,..,ri-JMe-i.[j.r.T. Tor Dm of Old Smb. m sired by 

VOUNOJUsT°l?a6BOANi«>jl™<lUi«FlmPrmliiB 
' t' liit M s!-^Lt ci.V'!-' »■ .■».'*£ 1 ':' or, 110 ,rbni links 



SlOO BOUl\TY! 



Rally for tUe Union ! 

IE CAIIFOBmi CONTINGENT! 

THEDHDEKgrQHEDBAVIM; r,i"i:S i fiMVI-i- |i ivr 
■ . I.',|',.lr, 1 ! ,. f-..,i,j.-.r.v |..r . ■ r. ,■:. In i: ■■ ,~\:,h ||. . 
CoLIH.i:<,i.\1LIm>UHU ■."! H.IJNTHIJI:-. I.,.,,, ,:■ 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

WAEKHOUSH 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH- 
WG HOTEL AND FAMILY S0PPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FHANCISCO. 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



flITH'S NEW PATENT 

BORTISLNG MACHTNE. 



THE ONLY ONE OP 

for tba nut Una offend 

OsMOBTISfNO MACHINE In not a Inrjro crata- 

wglaptuelnlba band gully, yet capable o- 
a PERt-BOTLY SiJUARK MORTISE, lo a Hot 
Jlfl, ..lanrflu,, from Its inches lo any dimen- 
wlad. It nlll inaks a mortise four Inches dtop 



MAIN a WINCHESTER, 

M J4.KT TJF^i.O T TJ It E Its 

htm «ii imports™ of fOriPi 

' HARNESS,*™ 

S aclcllos, Bridles, 

W HIPS, COLLARS, 

ADDLE-WARE, & C . 

Hos, 214 and 218 Battery street, 
ban FRAyaisao, 

r bivo, >i wlib it unrltnlnod [hot slthoui-h nakoe 



f iliMEIi? and slhan Kill da ■..-■II lo c>l! on 
before jiart-huloir, as tbo rata of Eulem Bichan 
ImliEcs us la offering foods at REDUCED RATES 

N. B — 



■dnlrnblr 



-. ar„l ,.,t..ri,.. T-irt 

LB llACIUNB,and.lil 



.PEHS0N3 WISHING TO BUY RIGHTS 

Ki* BOT b Br e Sir°ri , ° n •r™*" ttS* u,l i?,°f 

»^ir.b«b,n t| ;, 1 ; , ;;.:;:. T '■ 

WARMAK A LITTLE. 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 
stobTaoxi 

Evorr racllii, I, offered fur fiorin ( Wheat. Birloj 

Advances 

wil". COLEMAN A CO., 



BUCKEYE MOWER. 




THE SDGOESS WHICH THE 

DBti.ol3c.eyo Mower 



THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

mneodedto to bo by farmer! In owj leotlon of 

alo. It bos emI liaproTemnnti over noy other 

T n u- wheal Mnchlns. 

THE BUCKEYE AS A REAPER, 

The Imnortnnt adTanlages wblnb belong (a Iho Euckoyo 
as a Mower, are retained In Iho Re spar. 
.. . sold a In mo number nf them last [aaran, and all 
trho bod tboin say tbo BDCEETB 1> 

Tlie lln (HI nt- I'm CalUornla. 

ft will sdlyit ilwlf to oenry [nrfsca of ground i nlll ton 
lUblor and dolirer its erlfn eulor nod boiler thnn any 
' rasper. Tbo Hakors «at Ij directly orer iho 
f iho Mscbinr, lnnoi.i of baing on tha Platform, 
It odds eroatly to the draurbt. 
...haroaNEWand IMPROVED REEL and ZfNO 
1'l.nf.jim. tiih oilier Improvements, on tho BUCKEYE 

ro nUo Solo Agents In Sao Francisco and 
ManiTllIe, «>r ""> 

Haines "Illinois" Header, 

hlchharproredlUoirtobelbo DEST HARVESTDJO 

MACHINE IS THE STATE, it bolnc tha 

only Bonder which bos stood the test 



Solo Agents for tbo celebrated — 

Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Manufactured by 
C. ADLTSIAK A CO Canton, Ohio. 

Together with a foil assortment of 

Agricultural Implements. 

jT- Farmers, send for a BOOK with full description. 

U^WLEY & CO., 

Corner of California and Battery streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods, 

IV^'M JUST HECEIVED, EX STK.IMER 
I ' Bl" SCOTL.triD. rromKAai t ->nfcby 

WM. HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaai-, 
No. 321 Monlgomery street. 

A vat u able Invoice of Goods, embracing a full 
BJtsorlmcnlof: 

RICH LACQUERED A INLAID FANCY GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETC. 

TORTOISE-SHELL, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK, iu great variety; 

FANS.nl eroryitylBj 

U1CII HII.K-.S, CIIAI-ES, nod PINA GOODSj 

EMIiiHJIhEltKI) SHAWLS, and APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC: 

Together trlln a fall snpply or EOG-SHEL Land 
FANCY rOI'XiXAIN, DINNER, TEA and 
COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETC ; 

25 NEST3 OAMPHOFt-WOOD TRUNKS; 

!6 CAJIPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, nt Wbnleialo nnd 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort Mtruet, Victoria. 

rpnr I'Nrin^K-i.Tti will hechivb oh cohsioh. 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

rpin: :-IHI.-'r|(M II.>i.'.|i,,i.ik S oftboCeolr.1 P.clDc Hall 



■■■liilninl- .luring lb» nc. rtclll.TO 
irinlol ibi, Comn.oy by Ihn l/nllnl 






PREMIUMS 

AT THE 

WORLD'S FAIB, 




MED ^L 

AWABDED TO TUB 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1S63. 

First Class Gold Medal 

....TO THE.... 

WHEELER & WILSON 
SEWTIVGr MACHINE, 

Paris ExhlbltlOD, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are I ni» ■ot-Hciiiy Acknoivl edged 

, TO BE THE BEST 

FAM1LT SEWING MACHINES 

IN ESE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
US' Call and emmine before purchasing. 

II. Vf. WADSWOiiTii. Agent, 

SAX FRANC/SCO. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 



We~w Im.pr'o-vem.ejLitrs, 

JDST REOEIVED, 
ABE THE ONLY PEKEECT MACHTHE8 

....FOR.... 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

BMBKOIDBBIMQ; 

THE MOST ECO.VOMICAI, 

Family Sewing Machines, 

JW USE. 



H. W. WADSWOETH, 

AQENT, 

Cor. Uontgomeiy and Baoramento streoti, 

SAX FHAJfCISOO. 



F1LTRNIT U RE I 




3V. E3. OIMIVJEsS. 

I^IPOBTBB, 
AND WHOLEaALB DEALER W 

Furniture 

....AND.... 

Bedding, 

620 Battery street, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PAOIFO, 
BAN FRANCISCO. 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And the public generally, the most oomplato asortmelt 

PUENITTJRB, 

TS THE ItARKET, 

AT REDU CED RATES. 

Ooontry Orders tollollod and promptly attended ta, 

N. E. GRIMES, 



OTUofES A PELTOV, 49 sod Jl Fonrth il 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Sell Cheaper than any Home 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CffliLNEYS, 

WIOKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL. 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET LLLUT1IXNATING OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL. 

MAOHINRRY OIL, 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
&c. Ob. .fcc, A*. 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

JQH JUPORTEE8 OF JU 

"crockery, -O. 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware. 

yenr loif£st uaukst batss. 

Wa coll pmlciiHr .llcndon id onr CLOCKS, nblcb an n 
Thn Now Haven Olook Company'* MannfaotiiTa, 
For which wo .r» 

SOLE AQENTS FOB CALIFORNIA. 

IG SANSOME STREET, CORNER SiEROHANT. 

11 sax rajKci&co, 



WM. T, COLEMAN & CO,, 

SHIPPIHQ & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

■ New York and San Franoumo- 





COLLINS, CTy 

Horn.,,- llIttl| £ufa 


American Watch Factory, 


_ WATCH HEPAIEINO _ 
0AT m HEW YORK PRICKS l(g 



30 



THE OALIFORNIAFABMEE. 



genu ftiscellwis. / 



CAN'T AFFORD IT. 

"OaS't afford il, llarin." 

"Bnt you might if yon would oolj think i 
Waller," pleaded tbe young itife. 



sell mi J ohlldrcn, for LLe i 
bo laid. 

Tborenpnn Siarla aat do 



old bi 



A ill (,■ 



itj P ur 



Tho 



"Ko tbey irot 
lren rery often leaie the bars down, and [hen 
itray cuttle cotno Into the gnrdcn. We may lose 
nare than the price of a gate in ono hour, if a 
:ovr should happen to get In u-ben'I am away." 

"I should like to know who leaves the bar; 
down," said Waller, rery threateningly. "Thi 

>se of it) 






"Bat wc coo hove a gate mm. 
own accord, vtlth a weight nr spring," suggested 
tba wife. "Jobn Niles has bad a gate put Dp in 
bit jard." 

"Bnt I ain't John Niles, mydcar," Wallerwisbed 

"Bet his family is as largo as jours, and his 
wages aro oot so high." 

"Sever mind about that. I lell you I can't 
aflard it— at any rate not at present." And rrilb 
tliis Walter started off for hi) work. 

Walter Gray was a yonng man, about 30 ; an 

years, and hod an interesting family. He meant 
to provide well for those nbo depended upon him, 
and in a measure he did 50. But there were many 
little comforts of which be fell obliged to rjuprivo 
tbem-comforls, which at timej they really Deed- 
ed, and which, in Ibe end, might bare proved a 

added la bis own happiness bad ho felt able In 



pair of sbo 
through ther 
behind them. 



d not think he should. 
>d can hiro half of one. 



"So I wonld be willing 

Mrs. Gray looked vary serious i 

itnd, which she felt delicate abt 
ul it had ncenpied her thoughts 



Id afford II; bnl 

and seemed lo 

■ ubjecl upon be. 

I bruachingi 

in Inng, and 

usly, batstll' 

:e to feed 01?' 
know that il 
i pay np In-" 



nt averaged 




nea a week. 


\V:,l|.'l 


■aid 


Fc-Dbran.it 


then 


e added, "Sonsensel 




bea he left t 


o boas 








"There mo 


t be so 


up mistake," ha 


said to 




elf, after be 


ad go 


away from th 


bouse 




e really bell 


Tcdlb 


ro was a m.stai. 


e " 




"Hufeagl 


tsiof s 


udo, Bill? Con 


otnm 


have 












"Doo'l care 


If I do 


*' said Tnm and Bill. 




"Have eom 


, Ned 








Aod Ned s 


id "V 


s." Sn tba cl 


rk pre 


parod 


our glasses o 


.Oda, 


for which Wall 


r Gray 


paid 



"Lel'a have a game of 'scron-np' for 

rs," oaid Bill, after the day's work wa 

The game was played and Waller li 

paid Btb shillings for four oyster suppen 

I none of them needed; and which 



a Cigar, Walter, 






for Nil 
"Tight a 



ark of 



cried Tom, loud ennng 
a tree," addad Walter, I 



innally lood. 
John Niles board the remarks, bnt ho did udI 
ihe back. 

The fnur remaining rucn "lossed np," and tbo 
t fell opon Walter and Tom. Then they "lossed 
off," and it fell opon Walter, who paid four 
shillings for Ibe grog. 



s thew 



nby a 



a kind b 



and I wlsb you t 
iuioDS of Bill Smith 



jso your gond npioion." 

"Well— go ahead," returned 1 
ensihle of the fact that his com] 



r Ned Pra! 
o misappr 



it I that said that." 



o Jobn j. r ■■■.-. .. led, 
or little gome fe 
rhlch should bay 
:st, I had resolved 



ell," replied Walter, 
i afford, and what 



Walter was opoo tho poiot of denying th 
suit of the case, but ha saw opoo a mot 
reflection, ibat, from his wlfo'a statement, the 
deduction waa correct, so ho denied tbe state- 

"Ton cannot famish the fond and clothe yoor- 



ned belter. Let me lell yea ■ 
« tbe folly of being nlraid lo 
intbing. Shall 1 lell yon ?" 



my muney 



s could not get along wilhout 
shillings with me, aad 1 haled 
n go. She said she really 



'And 1 would hare you ecooomisc," r 


ntped 


wilbnut ovcu a thought of objection— and then I 


the wife; "hot do not forget that all is no 




went hnrne. When I entered the hall, I beard my 




to hire 








thing had eipected a new dress, which hud been 


of economy, In comfort and lasting go 
■wonld bo a guinea laid oot lo good advo 


a. U 


promised her, and she felt hadly because she had 


sure to return a heavy interest lo as and 


to our 




cbildrca. Aod I think It might bB a so 


tea of 












ervona 


you shall buro a pretty dress. Poor papa has tn 








my means." 






"Let ma say ooe word," urged. Slaria. 


Tbcro 


afford fi.o shillings to dress my little child, bnt 




ed bee 




husband In stop und listen. "If yoa will 


iiome 






all Iho 




prarljions for Ibo household, and clothe 


mysell 


almost twice-lold for nothing But it taught m 




Thoi 










clotho yourself and make your payment 


on tbo 


wife tho crown, hut I could not afford any mor 


house. On the booae you have only 




Tor the beer man. I bad not dreamed bnw much 


twenty pODods, with interest for two years 


which 




will Icbpo you twtnly-nlno pounds for your 


clothes 





trampling amnngsl b: 
been cither left dnwn, nr hooks 
siray cdw bad got in. They dm? 
then Kilos went home. Walter sa 
bad done considerable damage, I 
angry, for be bad something of n 
to think of. Ho went and sat d< 



"]»■ 



;, If be hasn't put the case dnwn 
■aid i" 



1 of II 



idilntlon. "Let mo sec," ho persued 
"Tbere'a Eve ahillings for apirit— foil r- and- two- 
ponce for soda. Aod that's within tho last tbrct 
days. Thirtcen-and-fonr-pencol Is It possible' 
Oyer 25 pounds a year I And yal 1 can't nffort 
len shillings for a gaW, nor a guinea (hat my fam- 
ily may receive religious instruction for a year 
Walter Gray— lltiini jpoii had bttttr turn cecr i 
nut leaf." 

And Waller Gray did turn nvor a now leaf. Or 
tba very neat day be did two things, thereby as 
I on is bi n g two parties. He bad a new gato madi 
for thaeolranco to tho gurdcD, aod thereby aslon 
Ished his wife; and be refused lo "toss up" fo: 
tbo Bio, and thereby astonishing a crnwd of or 
pedant ihlrsty nnes. For a month he pursue! 
Ibis course, and by the oipirntinn of that limu In 
coold folly 



no 



■ I !hr.! 



afford everything which the comfort of bla family 
demanded; and io arriving ai this result, be had 
only to relinquish those things wbich ho really 
could not afford. It was a wonder to him bow he 
could have been so fonllsb. When, at the and of 
Iho year he had paid hia note, aad had 30 po 
left, bo felt at first as tbougb there must ho . 

hold expenditure with him, and showed him 
all ibcy bud needed had biea bnught uod pnk 
ho saw just how it was. He saw Ibal far yea: 



ofsrd .'(,•' a. 

for help and charity— for 



t, Waller Graysays: "Can 



I7V 



tailing, Uauliful aad fab-. 
Mark tho littlo toiling coral. 

Nolo his economic plan; 
Heed the lesson that ho toicbes, 

And eicl it jo who can. 



Id 


the 


Walls 


AIM 


Its tors. 






oth Tn 




<and m 


41 


lite 


edw 


thhti 


dying te 




ow 


rkars 


nth 


tomplo- 


Freed 


m". T 


tuple, 


falr, dir 



>dks to Iho structure, 
at It wilh Iholr blood, 
tb.lr country's freedom, 
orllsgo from Ood ; 
ftb to guard tbo treaiore, 
In'cciMi boon from Ood. 

f iho Zoophyte or Coral, 



dorfol iin-wolLi by (he littlo architects, whoso onn 
lh»l UnsT*™ l%all«, md ^ 



eoasl, consisting loldy of their 

Long ouii Bbort Droasea, 
Ttt.ni Is no denying tbo fact that a lo 
adds considerable la 
tho wearer. Whether 

odTanlogtous lo It; bnt, on tba other 



graceful nppea 



■'. iln L -l 






■e perfectly a 



channel, 1 soon found tbat 1 could afford overy 
rioBonoblotonfotimy wiroand children needed, 
So 1 otiek to tho prine!p|„ w bleh fans proved so 
beneficial lo myself and family. Ah 1 what's that? 
There's an animal in yonr gnrdon, Walter." 

They had reaebsd the gorden fence, and br the 
dim starlight, Walter coald see a horned beast 



tbo ground at 


all; a 


should fan tbor 


a ughly 






dies of tho pre 


ent da 


very crowded 




re looked upon 


asnuis 



id that It must 
d although at 



uodapolngloioonll*,,", 
tr slopping upon It ; Iho f n itg 00 of ho , di , ( 

ot of ibe mod or dust; the frequent renovation 



ort dresses when oat of doors, 
homo and risking, what a much 
it It wonld be.-rOnco a Month. 



NEW COODSM 

KIEBY, BYRNE & 00., 

HAYS JUST RECEIVED 

A IABQE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILES, 

TAFFETAS, 0R03 DE ZURICH, BLACK GltOB QRAIH 
Blchllolro Anllquei 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain Silks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 





d Wool Fantnisl, Poplin d'Aragoa 


Pin 


n Irish aad French Poplin; 


PI 


id do do do do 




nd FLfd Ottoman and Merino. 




i all-wool Plaids, Freneh do LalDD 




Mohairs, Eplncllno, Foulards, 



KOBE IMPEEATRICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Erery thing Now 



and Material. 



In FURS, 



Pur Cloaks, 

Far Mantillas, 
Fur Tippets, 
Yiolorioos, 
and Far Colloii, aod Cuffs— Now. 

....WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 
DIRECT FBOJI THE MANUFACTURERS, 
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 
AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

irish i-izg-Eiwa, 

SHIRTING LINBM. 
I/nN-EKr SHEETING, 
Linen Damask. Ulolhi and Napkins, 

And Linen Cambria Handkerchiefs. 



Addilioi 



o been rnadu 



Alexandre's Kid Glnros, Bali 

ral Skirts nod Skirling, Hon 

keeping Goods, Flannels, BI 

keis, Quilts, Ondcrnenr, 

Muslins and Sheetings. 



KIRBY, BYKNE & CO., 
Ko. 1 Blontgonicrj", 

Near Market, 
Noit door to Maaonlo Temple. 



Twenty-five Cents ! 
AMBROTYPES 

....AT.... 

jomfsorvs. 

First Premium Gallery. 

Nn. Gi9 CLAY STREET-SAN FRANCISCO. 
FOR HO OENTS, 

ALL ST1XES OF FANCV CASF.S OR LAROE SIZES 
proportlonaioly Ion, and warranted the boit. 

Pbotograpba for 93 per Dozen. 

a. T"rD«^rrfl^bo b ar.l\^r"?irne™.rrer ,, h» 
mwVo?sm"uV. [H*i n " t "' ™r ^ OKEQOll,lr A'" 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 

Wo Huaranloo and soliolt tho hl K hosl otdor of w. 
ourrpeeloliiy. 

Beware of Imponlei ■« 1 1 

K. b xHv.'s.-sa::'' 1 v. b :ia: s r.'i: 

tbonavomontnitbili:i|Uili: JI Jiill.SSON outlnli. 



RASCHE & tsorys. 

Ja^^DBAX,EIt3 IN" 



PIANOFORTES 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, Stringaj &c, 

SaS^Si^SsSS^ssasiv^T. tfiig:, 1 ; 



P ' m1? B 8 uyJri? ALL °™ ER MUSICAL 

MnJlocniodaol TUN . ED AND REPAIRED. 
Miulo puhii.i,..!' 1 '!',', '','■ Vf..'.;!! i i : l | ,,r i ul J«aisi New 



Nollce to 8u B ar-mai l0r(( . 

T i i' i li ;'! ,, ; k ?' !;i " '" 1'r.M-l.tn.TO FiLLOn 
Fetttuna, Doc. l lt , )■«. J0U '' "ENfaLL, A eenL 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 
Is Now Opon for tbe Reception of Q^^. 

rjiniS HOUSE HAS ALL THE MODERB nt 
oTor^ro^tTln'o "First'olaa. HauMTihe'Ju,^ 
Tho spnoloos 

BEADING AND EXOHANOE ROOMS, 
linen hfiMn tlllf,^ nn wi th spoolal rafonnrf, !■■ tl.. B 
I" Iho | . nj. ■ > I i . 



3 OAIilNET 



fob ay 



NEWS ST A Nil ' 
BRAL3. Also- 

A Brancb Telograpli OOlce, 

CooDoetlnE nltb all Iha linos tbronirhnot tbo owin, 

1,BWI§ I.F.I..1M) i CO, ^' 

rronrUloa 



Bin Fma 



i.ieo. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 




TRI3 HOTEL IS BEINQ ALTERED AHI 
jiraied, and will hereafter ba conduced on tbo I 
PEANFLAN. Boarders will be furnlshod msnb 
h .an, at tbo Natr Dspartment, corner o(" Market 
at the neo Rofootarr. This BePartmcot nill hi 
condaetod In tho most appmred style, to as to stufj 
tbe matt fastidi DBS. Tbo lablesnlll be sunplitirtl 
every luxury it the seasons. This Dorartmonl 
antlroly dlsllnet from Iho Hole], though opoolnefnall. 

ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 
As well as Slnolo Roams far Transient Fatroas. , 

Tbo location of this Hulol is unsurpissed, n[erl»rh[ 
iho Bay, and circa one of lha finojt proinec' " 



id the ■ 



SAMI/I. J 



COLDEN EACL'E 



Corner Seventh and K atrceti, 
SACRAMENTO. 



onke his Hotel ni 
doount lo all tho 
With amplo a: 



of lha apartments, by noil reoti 
o Beds and Bedding, and strict ettl 
i of Boarders; nbllo Ibo TABLES ai 



irotsly Cor the care 
;rons of the House. 

D. E. CALLAHAN, 



ESTABLISHBD 1S60. 

A. G- E JVT O Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 



Oentii Tho proprietor. f the UIS3IOH WOOtO 
MILLS r «p™:ir u ]|) Min^,,,,™ .a il„. inul,., ib.t itcy «r» prl 
p.red la r«el« »od exooulo with dtipstob Onlus f« * 

FAMILY nLAMKETS, all Wool, 
MACKINAW " > ■' 

SUAItLET " i. 

BLUE u „ 

OOLDEH STATE OENra I.OHC 



TWEEDS, A 



S, HI Wool, 
a 1,«d<IeilnW 



* "j,"" rcl J "P" r«<srteg o unirorm D.Ud» lo m™ 
LAZARD FRERE3, Atenla for Mill, 



New Washing fflacbine. 

'KHOWIEDQE SHAIX BE INCEEA9B&" 

T^oA^the Fuhll R ^" LD ° ALL T 1d ffMbW 



W»,h 




«b,«rn 


1-nn"fl 


,., 


b t»^.r, 






idooo 










lout aod 


Pltnplo 


New I 


nic 


,.:,:.:,:::■...- 


V 


hlno, which tbo" 


ir i. 
nvenlo 

at will 


,... 


(B0.W"**- 


... .'!. 




;,'?or. 




.. 


.ool.oo.bylW 


































A 




Alameda CouaT 



THE CALIFOENIA FAEMEE. 



31 



hdfcalu >l 
SUCH 



BO"WEN" BEOT'HEE, 

WHOLESALE AOT HETAIL DEALEES IN ■^f P^ Y. 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY R figHl 

GEOCEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

OF evb by KIISTD, AT X.O*W PHIOBS. 

; , jjnayi (T iv(n !o toe selection or onr stock of Goods. Many article! are prepared b 
SPECIALITIES, for our 

FAMILY TRADE, 




OLD JAVA COFFEE, and nil other choico klnfls. 

TEAS, of the very choicest, selected with the greatest core, for Family Use. 
SUGARS, P u[c RcGntd, Crushed, Powdered, nod every choice variety. 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams, Dried Fruit of all kinds. 
SPICES innumerable and for every use. SIRUPS of the very choicest. 
BUTTER &. CHEESE from the most celebrated Dairies; also, choicest Eastern. 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, the very purest, lakeo from Boi 
nouo but the heir ; thwo that dtilro choice Tablo Wines, ate, or for Medicinal pi 



of the Household, aad the i 






nlth Orders, will I.,-. 



HRASCII STORE— It untrr ItrEtf, 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
San Fi-ancirco 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER BTOVE, 
Fojc Hal© J3y 

A P. BEAYTON & CO., 



BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
CENERAL INSURANCE ACENCY. 



FIEE AND LIFE. 



OFFICE — Korihwest Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 ! 1 1 
ASSETS OVER $5,000,00011 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

Of' jNTEW TOBK: 
| Partly mutual. The only only Slock Conpany in Aozrku traoie Uha'lT prmidu that all tbo profits infill 
it dit ill-. J pro rata antny Iht policy holdtra, 
Policies It-nod at tbli Aganov without the mail delay or seeding o replications to New York. 
Keili]«ii« In California, Oregon, and Nevada Torrirory, and traniit lo and from tbo States to California 
'Ithont eilnchargo. Dividends applied io psymenlof Premiums or added to policy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HAHTPOP.D, COKTTJ: 
Residence in Califoroia Free of extra charge. 
Thii Company declares 50 r*r cent Dividends annually, and tbo Adored oan If ho desires giro a note for 
Beaks ind Puioiihli.it cuntainim; full details of the ayitem of Llfo fasuraoec can be hsd at the Agency. 

The Cheapest and Best Life Insurance Company in the World! 



EIH.E :DEjPAJRT3i:EI% r jr. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
op hartpoed, aoisrixr; 

ASSETS, 651,000,000 ! 

DEPOSITED IK SAN FRANCISCO FOE THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDEES, 

$50,000! 
30ME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK 

ASSETS, 81,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for 15(240,000. 

Washington Fire Insnnuee Co, Seourity Fire Insorance Co. 

Park Fire lainranee Co, 
Toe nix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board of References : 

'K niLUSGS.&q. J. P.FLINT. Esq., 

of Flint, Peabody 4 Co, 

LOUIS Mul.ANi:, Ejq. 

of Walls. Far E o & Oo. 
C. 11. rnl,IIK\|r.T S , Kl-.|.. 



LENRY CARLTON JR. 

of W. T. Coleman & Oo. 
.SDREW B. FORBE-i. Esq., 

or Forbrs & Babuock. 



ot IWingion k Oo. 
f. D. KITTLE Esq., 

of Dowitt, Itittlo & Co. 



J UN ATI! A 



n Frond. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

-A-Q-ENTS. 



"GOLDEN HARP," 

E&IES "LBADHR,» 

SPLENDID HEW AND lUfTlOVED STOVES 

■■The BAY STATE^and'other Stoves, 

P and For. 



Ti 



T-WARB, Enomeled and 

"■■ ■■■■-» .il:i„ iih I KK-MILLS, 

BAKB-UVENS, SAD-IRONS, 
*e. Sc. se. ' 

Sot tale by- 

B. C. AUSTIN, 

£ Tin-Works, S!J Cla, .»,«. h,i,„ nl.,.„ 



Bee^ Keeper's Directory. 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

THILLS. 

THE BE~ST MIL! 

EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

Greene, Heath 8s Allen 

SOLE -A-QEITTTe j="OR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



Ar 



FOR SALE. 



'■Zi"" M \'^. 



■ us nt«,.-, .1 ww 
| A,eoTj. |«SIU| 



''IlOULf°lTBU(?[' 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE 1 




Steamboats and Hotels. 
J. P. COCCSWELL, 

Slant] holo re r 
ml Dealer In B&lp, Hrjiel ind Pnmllj- 

COOKING STOVES, 

TINWAEE, HABDWAEE, Eto., 

^ I' I t LAV STREET, 

Between TJramm and DavLi Streets. 
SAN FBANCISC0. 




Io, 128 Sansome street, near Fine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agents for tbo PaciBo Coast, 
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOnSE-FCRSISHLN-G GOODS, 40. 
BOLE AGrElKrTS PO» 

il-IA.LL.EII.'S » 

Patent AiWig'ht M 

Tbe only abmlutaly reliable Jar lo use. 
BnooELir* Hotel Blocs. Ho. 129 Suoiono [tract, 



SUGAR-CAN2 MILLS 




COOK'S SUGAR EVAFOHATOR. 

Krst Premituns nt Thirty Hntionil nnd Stnto Fairs. 

THE 01TLY EELIABLE EVAPOEAT0E! 



;5gni 

3nflfl OM'I.O»S SIRUP FOR SALK. lo lou u 
■»WU r.a'tti"c™. Dopot, Mth MARVIN, (to. 






Splendid Hops tor Sale! 



■0u.itLiurEa.L0ni. Apjity at tbo '""' "" "" 

i-'.i lc'ii-:n <n- 1 ii i:. 




UAHCFA0TURBS BEST UF FAMILY BUAP8 
Hoar earner of Union and Paolflo itreeti. 



FOB SALE, TO LEASE. ETC. 



ATTENTION 1 ATTENTION I ! 
A Tract of Land, 

jmu. EMBRACING AN AREA OF FOUil HUND 
^Kred Acre;, hi. rccrolly hicv, ,umr. -I ,,,.1 ,.1.1 
•aKltdoul Itilo I.'if. wbirli nr,. n.^..|l:.,.-.M-..r.T!l. 

vnn-.i.i- If. i Ml .1 v-i.uiun' ir, .:,!.,. H j. II,, 'jr.it 

U known as tbo 

UNIVERSITY MOUND SURVEY. 
and derive* Its nirae from Ibo fact lb=t [bo Direelon o 
[ho " ' : 



scan be Id etooI demand for r-taefs of rQ-iionco. That 

future o f f°San Ftand^o'^Wn.-'jVi'rln*,- 1° locnl 

■•' .'''lii'lrtn nn.lrr'iwVi^rn" eyo ami aw"ar 
frsmlho rr,rr.]|.|i.],: iolLienti < <■! '■ urnl .-i.v li'r, .-. ill 
do irell to eiamlno Ibis ptsporlv before purchasing g[ 



Hi.- |.ri:er..r'Lou io Iboobuto 
btTbalanio In 'loo" equal mo nlblj 
Forlartherj.srtIculai>, apply to 

Hercb.m I 

I.Urn.-iu-j-.ijiMc Mnp*caaboiceiLDjjil 



The Best Location For 

RESIDENCES 



WHICH 

•linsudlQnmHB 

CITY OF SAN JOSE, 
Into Lots and streets, 

in and fnrailio, of San Fram 
ojojl boon built, nod Fan 



About Ten Lots more — Cheap, 

then raise the prico. Terms and else of Lots tosuit. 



E. PEEVOST, 



Farm for Sale. 



■[.■lir.L- 



. splendltt STOCK RANGE. 






with >i 



foBco, aad om 

ber-tnlUblo for lumbering and conrenlent to wnta 

For sal* cheap. Eorfurthor parllrulun, inquire of 

KNAPP, BURRELL & CO., 
oeJ-Cm 310 Wasbiniiun ,! San Fm.ri a . 



A Pretty Little Gardan-Spot. 



W" 



"NVasliing Machine 
" E O O IV O IMC "ST ! 

INVENTED SV J. M. nonHEE. 
THIS rs A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IN TJI 

doable S Iu'a| 1 | in ' , d 1 ' bl *™°1 **"" ° D '' ,lu " i " l,,v - v " 
llmpla aod oom^und ^ro'" ," arraaited lb a" wood 

.■..I ...... r.n,|.,rm i-n. iirr„. ... ,h, Uter, while tbi 



s400p. 



i. this 



hliu to tbo top of the box. N. 

""I". '>"'.' ■'">■ iM-.iL.it,- ,,,1, .!.. i.„ :,„,.,. .., ],., .i„j 

o.,n ii.,. |[ m n.j,:,,,, „,,!,.,„, |„. r ,,.,„.,. iri 

V.V' 1 , '' F ' ''"-'■-■' f.— . >..* U ia»,, Flaonoll 

anusuall ^r U> 'i"!'l'i'-- , | ''r r '","Vr"il, :i '"''" " L " B 
"""" i» required on th ,..i>i of Ibo operator 

Uv,"."l''""' lr -""- ,litl " ■=■"• i"i-i.!j..-..'".il,; f'r \i„. 

BB J aV»r..raf > in';j hij'maV.u.N.i '['..'f/iii,- 1 ;;:;„;;.; 

mone" i'ml"""'} a'T' """" """ """l' 1 '" 0Dtl ,h » 
FrancSw 11 HoB^IaKo ^"an* 1 "* '" A,aB " i '" SlB 



;.»«rMy™SanJo«V«**,nl.b 


ciiyotSauJo 


BfriK b * ta, ** j 


o dlreoiedtom 
M HORNER 


■■;"'■; ■•>■■- 






TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE 

>: '\' .'',;'.' '„'i [|.|'';,! "?" LEAl, - T0 flAGt:O FOR BALE 



•Citeimg ^Ijniolirrn. 



OUR IDOL. 



ooth ont the rlnglots ; cloio tbo bine oye— 
wooder inch bean ty wan eloliacd lo [ho sky. 



Fbimtiho Papib.— The Boston Jouronl saya that 
tho eonsninptlon of paper io this country eqnnla 
thai of Great Britain ftnd France togetber. In tho 
year 1854 it trna estimated that L!50,000,000 lbs 
iroro made here — valued nt S'J5, 000,000. SJQB,- 
....'., I..... lbs of .-..I? ■ -.T.i.- .J-.-.:, at an average cost 
of * cents n pound. In New England, tbe Middle, 
and Western States, the voluo of book, job and 
newspaper printing was returned by tbe last cen- 
sus (1SG0) us S3a,-128,flJ3, of which eleven mil- 
linns' wnrlb consisted of books— tho valoo ol tbo 
latter being nearly equal to tbe ivhole product of 
tbe snmc branch In 1800, which wns rolurocd at 
SU,QCi3,649. Thn monnfacluro of paper has in- 
creased in an equal ratio, tbe State ofJlBssBchn- 
cotta nloDo producing paper or the value $5.flfl8,- 
4GB — beiog over SB per cent of tho product of Ibe 



no.— Wo noiicu Ibe peach trees bloi- 

hoes npon the prairies, indicating 
f spring. Tbe green grass orery- 



wiih rh.-q- 



Culi- 



1 to pro 



est fortoight could oot be im; 


overt upon. Few 


days in th'e East, oibn In June 


will compare with 


he delicioUB aoftnesg nf Febr 


ary in California. 


[Contra Costa Gazette, ?Lh ins 




A few aivs ago a baby was 


nfcen to chorcb lo 


be baptised, and bis liitlo b 


other wos present 


during tbot rite. Oo tbo folio 


■tng Sunday, when 



I>R. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

S20 CLAY STRET, bet. Montgomery k Koaroy, 

Exam inations in regard to Health—Free, 

T-TeronllBbodefiroinoyohralocnrrccrPbrenoloalcal 
4 \\"\M -itbChariB (sueb-o, u,ed bj Fowler 

We olaim for Iijdror.nl bio nnd Hy^ienlo Medicatien, 
in .be liealroent ... . : ,,r. If,;,. .- n t,,.,„ ,.. „.„. ,„,.,,: 
|!°l' 1™,,™ "Vhoru " " Ui r ' r '"-" •M ct " Mll =°- Tuat 
douV.^Uu'ra'uI^orriblo^cnod^V'i'i^"'-"" "L'lll 

i'ii,i.-..:i-..„i- imnuiiii.i. t.m.-.i i w .-ii ', ,s- 
jiii'A'iiu:,. vjki.M.i; >.,,ii,„'.. i ,.,,. ^ ;. if ;. .,--,, 

«*lal^!l^ , v"M" , '.'r ,,, |. r,, ''-'' ,: ' ! -'' i: ''' 1 " ""' 

Sol oVth.oTbe^ 
III Iho re, 



:i"'" J . 



ESTABLISHMENTS i 
it, than aver befor 



:i l ':i::ii: , !,::;;s^;K; 

•boThtr ACUTi; ... i'llit.i;.'ic. ,|, ,, „U i ra o."ied bf'mf 
.."!'!'■ '■! -'.i 1 >!:;li:'' r ;!' fl n,i L,"l' 1 'i'. l>tl f!,... 1 ini In.lltule is 



aLo'atoJ "y°o3coS- 



BAHL0W J. S MIT n, M.D. 

PhylalanandSarj™. 



NORCROSS'. 
MRS. D. NORCROSS, 

No. 6 Montgomery street, 

.oHowMa<ool{Tomp[o SJ!f riUROSCQ. 

LADY'S DBPABTSIENT. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

SB^ftJiS^™-^"^'^ 

UNDER LIKEN. 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CL0THINO, 

Ani nil deilrablo Goods in our Una. 

D. NOEOEOSS, 
MASONIC REGALIA, 

;«? MLLITASY C03TDMES, 

gftcH BANNEES, Eto. 

iontj"™ faV^™"i°j'[° r D tlUODl ° '""' MIUto '» B, l u 'l- 
ropa'le™ in'h".'a|'ro, ,!i' . t'^^'l!!'" "'"' m,lJg a011 

^Ty t i!;!.V'' ,| v^Ar 1 ' ' ,lum ™ ,0B, ^ ai ** l, ifti»i 

theVEhcVl'ari oiluro!' fDmlll " !d " iln 1,0 °". "nd all 



Abovo Wonlgomery. f n lb 



NO. II POST ML'n:i'.T, 



33 



T 



HE n AT,TFOENIA FjBMEB. 



CJt itavlitts. 



Wholcsalo Produce Report 

This rrj: r .■ I -/." ibo h .;:--i ,.i! J !.v l!i ■■ .!■■>!■! to iho [■ r :■ J .'■: 

.[Oormtnl weekly, by A. H. Todd £ Co., No a3 CUy si™ 



Oo 


Oral 
dull 


nudP 
Dd inac 


ado 


a Narkcl 
wilh a d 


, tbo past week, ba 




gno 


upon 


ot 


rs for Fi 


or Hid Whaat hi 


he* 




teusibly 








fliii 






n Ik 




In FtnI-flraitH t 


pri 


ClfaBT 


s materi 


Jiy 


fallen frc 


m th« high Bguro 



nlhej 

have nntllihej succeed in t eenrinc;lhebn!korwb*Bl 
thar want for cargo. ^ 

Wo ante ibo clearances of the snip Amy sad hull 
Moonbeam, with eargoes nf breadstuff!, for Liverpool. 
Tho Arcv look 123 ciks Tallow ud M.CSS ski Wboal. 
Tho Mounbeani look .131 ikt Floor and, lo,flfl2 iki 
me" lo Not Archangel, Boniin Possession!. W( 
Dole ihe fiunor Alciacdsr and bark NahoimofT, botb 
■ taking toot Produce • Ibo former look 11 ikl lleanB, 

■ -■ • ikiua 

lSObD 

Onrihipmsntiof Produeo to Yietoriaond Ibo North- 
cm Coast conllnno on a liberal t»lo ; ud u eooa al 
the Spring Trade fairly opens, tW buslnsj* North will 

Tbt Hay Market hu slightly Improved; Cora, Bjo 
and Buctnhcit come lo markc! in sparing aouthict ; 
Jotatoti cootiooo lo arrlvo freely end low prices rale. 
J f/ir re«ipU of Produce from nroond (be Boj for tho 
; 4l!t »«k hue been u follows : Wheat 28,737 .kj, Bar- 
joy 4217 ik«, Oats lot jks.Folaloes 39M aks, Floor 
Soil qt-jt-, Bran MS iks, Cora 112 sks. Beans 10 sks, 



HtjCbra-, cin pa 



Baa FrsDclico ( 



i KBitoL-MarebEa 



during Iho past week, owing lo tho small itock now 
hand. Americas, firil qnnlily Co lo Oio; 3d qnilil 
aj@To; Spanish, lo lo 81= ?tt. 

Y*AL— 7c@9o ?B). 

Eoos— Block Hogs 5 lo 0)o; fat Hogs on foal R 



Mdi 



A'fT, '.r,: 



BMail Prices nt "Washington Karlost.-Mtieh 24 

Apple* **» £3 1 

Pear.. £««!*£.'.' .".' 

Doekma d'An joalcme i . 



Buptxrrtaa.. „ .. ..9., 
Gooic-tieiTia 9.. 

Uwlun Bieckbcrrlca .'.'& .. 



Ydlow E re clam 



Theev 



nation nf Vicksburg by tho 
,ul It seems lo lack continue 



lion. Below 

red. 

,ft of 500,000 



ibn will soon bo ordered, and arrangements will 
e rondo lo enforce llto con!criptiop low wllbooi 
difOcullj. From Iho hendqunricra of ibn.Armj 
if llto Polomae, Mareb 17, "No news of imporl- 
,nce. Tbn onetnr la massed npnn our right. All 

flnu'i Slalion, Va., tho IMh, sajs "Bit important 
- -;6 placo, "' 



-i- 1 ol it 
i tally s 



■.llL'J, i 



of ll 



If a 



:« Iho i 



,nr fron 






^■ayi Iho Jl.il.ilp Trlhnne, le 
when uinD blocknders were in fronl of Mobil 
She was chased for nineteen linurs, nnd fio.il 

Vankee trig on her first voyage. 
New Orleans advices In Ibe Bib any, prcpnri 
~ being [ij:i-I- for nn immediale nitnt 



j Porl 



eady t 



Rouge, and ; 

made by land 
Sir. Conrad 
ins on Ibo lith 
>king lo pcaei 
A Mobile rjjjpi 



on Porl Hudson i 
if Louisiana, iuiroJuccil r 



lK„lihv »■:■ il 

lecJer [,•* i 
will wilbdra 



I? wagoar, 40 mule; 
not Bland. 



fbrl regitdcnts, node 



? steorocr Adelin arrived al Forlres 
(a Key West. Too sleamcr Virginia 
luennd brig, ivilh 37 priie cargoes or 
-nt..! from ICt Weil for Sew York 
bip Pcler lloff arrived nt Key Wcsl 
flsiiplored by Iho Vonderbill. 
nnd h'nvy DcparlmenU feel Bfltiafic 
cborl time only will elapf* before lb 



terf.ri-e, ivilliuul inn. Ii l.loodlbcd. 

General Bocseau left for ihe West lo ass 
command nr bla old fighting corps in the urn 
Geo. r Roseorans. 

tbnl ihe- Vmoo P« S i eipedTioo 'had cnpl 
Vnioo Oily, and destroyed a Confederate flee 
IKeen Haine's BlotT nod Taioo Oily. Tho ( 
opposlie Vicksburg is temporarily impeded b 



;r nod flooding Ibe country. It Is reported lb 
i noted gueirilla chief Bicbnrdson, wllh 1 
n, was ucar Covingioo, Ttnn. The Fcder. 



Dncki.CDffl.-l'i.'Slr r.,i.i ;.'.|-„i|-' ydoi. ..ESI 

Tarkej i>0. ..3*"'™. Squirrel.. ..ipftiV. jia 

Butter, Cil'n-.fFi r.'>| L 'L. -.,';.. ..' (-ri !3-B> 

da Uoi Silt - • Lanl CUlULmU .. ..■a ' 

L.v., d!,.. f.l. : , .... .1, J, i; n ,^ ra a . 

rarmlloo-'egjj a .-[HaplaBBjar.. '.'. ..a 

Aajuraeru fa. .| »|0krm,"Dr7.. ..pttMaii 

Ar 1 -cl,.,l-, .■[,.;.-;, |- i, : 1,.. ,[.. (),.,-;,.. 



'Ji Pcn!.!j... .. J 

..("■'. ■:.,•■!... 1-j J-.ckl. '. ii, jar neh SOaii 

rnlrar,eli=..3T lUi.il.a.b CH..iJ 

p.loi ..'.> ..|lladliliD>..p.loi t.-jj..-l .1 

f-.-,H ij>,j '.-..i d., r i;.„, 3 



.. .^f-o'lVeillToaLE^.l™ 
i=rlola,...pn..lJj"in m 1 n . 



Removal. 

TRAVIS t wnilAM havo 



.elr jlwa af 



B. H.Blvu. 17. L. WlTnAM. 

DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 

Flour, Grain, and Produce generally. 

Corner Bavin and Clay ■IrrnU 
Bur FuHoraoo. 
t3" Parllrolnr altaotlDn paid to porebaiine and for 
wn< ding goods lolho InU.lor. 1 



.-£101. ul 


information for 


ooio dnya 


front' the 


.■.-hJlj.p 


flotilla, leading 1 




























n so high 


















sburg. The [eve 


is broken 




Tho bel 


of In Ihe cracua 




cry siro 


{ lo-day (liiih) 


n nil circ 














by caning du~ the supplisi a 


d nearly 




; thai city, and r 




hill- III.: 


ft to hold tbe 11 


li.jjppi, i 





npregnnblc from n wal 
Port Royal advices 

:der for a forward mov 
SpeolnlAgoot Brown' 






A rebel dls 


...ul, ir..„ 


Charl 


Hon 


nn 


Jlarcb 11 


I-. ,„J„„. 


tic 


■ ii.v I-:,,, 


U ! l ,.i 


n^n* 


tn'r- 


lie. Tli. 


!t,'..Vr„.'| 


Wl 


!r \':'i!\[ 






"", 


,.,,.,-lv ,. 


pr....luiLi. 




Mil- 1:1,11,, 


Gove 


't'.Ml' 


,1. 


a'nnonn?" 


.,„.t .-.i]|. 


al 


.lI.MTMC,-. 


hnrV 


oked 


all 


furkmghs 




lid 


lllul S'.'C 




nhm 












>r K 










































of N 


w York 






she 


h'i;'."'-^ 1 


,.l f[ 




llnr 


b 14, lb 



Adlapmch frnm ihe headquar 


rs of 






be enemy n| UU(! portlout of Ibo 




nd half' wblJ, ;" ^n^ro'jarc 
















re plmnly .IMinKUlsbed." 




Adl.palchfromltmberrordCr 














mara 



inlcmnl revenue receipts Inst week iimoi 

(0 SI, ."■"'. being ilit- lurp-st fum yclrecc 

General! Schur: urn] S1..I1I lu.v..- been naminnlcfl 

nod confirmed as ilajor Generals. 

The War Depariroenl id closely empl-.v.-.l nr 

r.ini'uit III- in. "Inn' iv f..ir 111.- turning I'mi.-eriliLiiT. 
Gen. Uuoior hoe issoed an urder drafting al 

The eipeOiiii.n 10 cl^i.i;.. (..Tjoiia of color Yjbi 
beee iodeliniteh- postponed by Ibo President. 

Joe Johnson bus gonu to Tennessee, nnd wll 
command the rebel army thure in Ibe noil bstlle 

Two Kenluckiaos, Into from Toms, giva 1 
gloomy account of Ibo stale of nffuirl Iberc 
Thdy.nJeLS.OOD of Itindmnn's men nn iheir w,v 

Conftdcracyon ilslasilegs. 

ul..', 'l,,v. 1,,'r liiunlhs |.iJl nlliu-le.i Ihe peuph 
lu.iini.l lijlivar, were complelelv rnuled.nnd IS 1 
nf his men canturcd, and the remainder killed uui 
wounded. 
All the country between Jackson ond tbo Ten 

iwo to six feel deep. The Tcnocsico river, las 

Lee's army is not materially weakened, bul bn 

bnj been manifested of abandoning that point. 
A special dispatch, March 16, anjs : Genera 



Prn 




have been maflo f 




na 






n in.aaiunof Ke 


.ulI-.v U r M 








id tbat Ibo rebel 








Van 




















1. Ci 




or upward* 


01 


" ,l 




AodomDngtbo m 


si valuablo 




hi: 


sUlet 


ibol A. T. Siawa 
<••) for tho dcstiiu 


e'peo^lei'nl 


■a] a 


d "li 


-'- P« 




ie. al ll.l 






.1 .vi l 




Ibe Harrie 


1. 


rl \\ 


atSeh 








On 


B \on 


, Iho Brooklyn 
n Pelican Island 


hrow a few 
and alia Ih 


'.!' 



Chilicothe met with a cheek from tbo 
batteries, end tiro large punsopened on tl< 
tight lasted till dark. On Friday one nf 
rny'a guns was dismounted. Tbe Cbilici 



lahatcbie and Yalnbuslm rivers, 200 miles 
Helena, and 150 from Yaioo City. We have 
ing later from Vicksburg. 
Tbe rebels in Arkansas talk agnln tbnt a 



Richmond papers, li 
day, Iho Will, Add 
Hudson, and after a 



iurg. This rebel report Is ni 
Late Richmond paper* ami 
:ity of Mexico bat been capl 



locked Port 
icrionsly re- 



by ibe French, 
rs of Iho Polo- 

7th, beyond Kelly's Ford. 



capn 



dy of rebel Bburp-ihoo 

.dor hilled. A ebon di 
Arerill's command eDCDUD 



e from lb, 

tho rebel cavalry, nnder S11 

They mndo some dushinE 

ps bul were repnised. Wbi 

1 stand, tbey wore immediately 



cd. Tho forces were obou. __. 
enemy ni lost mok refuge behind 
bnlicry, four miles from tbo For 

lo pita and abatils. Arerill bnvlnj 









rjmriTABLE haie eestohative. 

IT IS NOT A DY£. 



LUXURIANT BEAtiTY, 



I, Agcnti, Ban PraacUm. 



ing Dock rircr destroy ed. 



A. H. TODD & CO. 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

cciic i-ui GommlHsloti Mercbants. 






TO 8TO.0K BREEDERS. 



THE THOROirGlI-RRKD JACK 

Young- St. Xjoiiis, 

M WILL STAT7D TnIS SEASON AT 

,sa-,,e com'iacncini; March ISlU. and ondinu' Jmv I'"" 

s f i.nri- .i, m .i,,,v,., i;.'-, i.,m.i, hi.'i.. !■■ !■■■" :■■■'■■'■' 







II,;. 


lb., in 
arrlva 


and Is ca 


.',-',■ i 


.'arvlces 




.1. 


10 call 


r,.|.-.-L. Ill' 


ubo 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls. 

,THB nndonlcnod, importer of Ibo cole - 
'bratad nun>-h,ed llurham Hull- IHtS I'E- 
UI'.U. ,:ai,1,I'M HA1VH, M"— ii"VAI„ 
■and ROTHSCHILDS, wtn ofTer lha.e Bulls 

' Tb^TcakW..U-,i' 'pul'l'l'l'"..! .'-■ ,'i'l -l.Lr.Ll al Scale's 

IUm-i, iionf Ji.iy(i...l.l Tin. Iirico i.'i .:errlnr»lll bo 

„nlv6"ii andlM ,..,.... ..r li-li.,r '."n be f.iun-1 lo 

,!,<. ,-ualry !'er-.„>ui a .ii.lanee can teed ibeir eo«- 

"s i Iwo ortna abora BULLS fomala al Mr ro 
« J! W .SlIALE. 
3 MayDeld. Santa Clara eoun 



FARM STOCK, &o. , 



BOO 

Fine Australian Me- 
rino Sbeep. 

fivf. nuHunerj 






Italian and Common Bees. 

e Qac-n., na 




ll-Btood Dorh.im Btoek. 



Sutter-street Stables. 

FIRE-FROOF BRICK BUILDING. 



M is 



W. J. WHITING & CO., 

LIVERY, SALE, and BOARDING 

STABLES, 

Suiter street, between Montgomery nnd Saoi 

HOUSES AND MULES Bought, Sold or Exobi 
on Commualon. 

The InrgeBt and Beat Ventilated Stables 

In the ally. 
All UnrM. onira-lod 10 us will receive tho bei 
idallanllon. tHTlinrsos Pricked and Dock ad 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

Jjjp Purolaasecl ^^ 

AT THE DIGUEST MARKET RATES, 

R. PEUERSTEIN & CO., 

aifl FRONT STREET. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

EOLE IMPORTERS OF THE 

San Quontin. Salt, 



d Rook Soli, fur I 



OFHOE-.31Bond3!OP, nt,l, 8 „. 

SAN FRANCISCO 



PEOPLE'S 

STEAMSHIP LINE 
California and New York 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter than any other fa^ 

MOSES TAYLOn, 

1,600 Tuns, 

B HOWES. .no BuuM(( 

Wlllbodispalchedfor 

SAiS' JUAN" DEL, SUB. 

From Minion Street Wharf, pneolonlly at 9 gW 
inlhomorninr.on 

Wednesday, April 22, Uffl 

Oonneotlne nt QRBFTOWN with tho ipl«ja 
Steanuhlp 

ILLINOI S,^ 

Bednced Batot of Pombco nnd qolck Wni a, 
seaurcd by Ibo ro-opealng of Iho XICAiUott 
ROUTE. 

Tholo Stoomora nra nnsnrpaa.od for sr*rf, slm, 
llnou and safety, nnd erory oUort will bo nug, 
Insure tbo comfort nf pasangen 

Forfnrthor Information, apply In 

d-td Oppoiito P. 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company 

UPS will bo .!.,!■ o-„- J V-.R3 

Blnr. lltll— SOSOR.A, W. F. Lapld S e, Commaodtr. 
Mnr.aial— CONSTITUTION, J. T.lVatlilc.Cooncails 

Pauengcrawillba conveyed frem [Won 10 Amlanil IJ 

York by tbo Allmlia and Paddc SBmmbTn C^np^ny" 
A. !!. FORBE3 

Aram P. M. a. ca, 

California Steam Navigation Company, 

Ijmrtitrt dally /ran BroeAm, Kiarf, ol 4 o'llori, P.M. 

OARRYINO DNITBO" STATES 1LAIL 

SPLENDID 



I 



OR RED DLUFF. 
r™a^Tn^rac>y*»fl 



COLLIN S VI LLE. 

(jCV'l STEAM [-ILllld-IIHT i.ltl '"'■'' 

'■■ WGRBfisi,} l .::::,i'M ,, .iu ,,, ;ii , i , ;-:-.v;; 



, ^i'ii!^ , i',i!,%l!,reh , * l ^ " ,no "" u,rf - 

he OolllrjBvlllo l.nn.1 Oumpany will Rivi 



SUGAR-BEET SEED. 

gtjPEKlOR Soed of ih., Genuine Imj.rovei Sd(ir 



OAHFOHNIA PABMBS- 
Itoal.terallhaPe.t.orBoa.i.odlhamonavBlllaom.iinKl 



II..-, .:: . iij 



Rincon Wool Depot. 

I. MoLETOAll i B. 0EIS4E, 

H^T»rBfficoftV"??,'is* A , n , t ™ , '"«''. 

Oraai-B *">< P«c"k!„ s Wool r„ r 
„ , „„ S'llpmon.. 

Mft."sSi?» n "."i" 1 —»"•>•' 1- 

"'.:';;■' ■:,»■'-" o.£ """ l "™"' "'■'•«" "'I' 

.it ta-s .;s;-„w 1 h ™ *•■■ 

Ibnt lho.o"Ora,l Mark.'' i„ f '" '"'"" U ni.(iii-,| 
notlo use tiara for tbo fatnro. Proporty, and 






ndwn r n lbi ' •■•■'-'■"■•■■' I- -r ....■ . ......i.-hi.-J uyCon*™' 

, Pay Ui Through, tho Sfi.il. 

■nd"""*'"'"'!;. 1 ™' "' b ' our .' ul,,erll "' r -' """",."","' 




VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRLDAT MORNING-, MARCH 37. 1863. 



NUMBER 5. 



Saliteia farmer. 




T Asrioaltnral Society 'b Aanu.nl 
Moo ting, 
nnoal He cling was held at Albany, Febrn- 
Tho Society, after electing officers and 
r (be location of tbc Fair, adjourned until 
{— the lime from T to 10 being occupied by 
[owing subjects: 



ubyn 



,1,11.1..,; 



Bn supposed to be mad, end for two weeks tb 
■beep showed dq sign of disease, but then begei 

Ho derelap one case after auotb er, at periods of 1 
toll dnjs, and llic disease tonlinning nn nverag 
«f6 days, to their death. Tlie Qrst symptoms ar. 
• most unnatural disposition of the victims, ail o 
'which wer; ewes, to act the part of backs, enc 
this was followed by acts of lavage rcrocity to. 

^Brds other sheep and 



Ihey w 



ulil p 



le of ll 






ief account of his tc 



■R adapted in this 'country, notwitbsiandU 
■II- lie pot try of lb!- beauly, und utility, and tie 
Ml durability of livefcawi. 

■Due thin^ common in England Ii worthy of a 

■Bod here, and that is, (owing pure clean sec 
I" wheal, particularly, the grcMesl care Is t«, 

■bitnthis reipecL The mocb belter prepnn 
** of ibe lull a| so nitracttd his Micntion, and I 
** the ton Hj B[ English farmeri buy renpere, di 
tonie, but .„ k t[ . p OD band aa regulators of tb 
flee f labur. All ib t . grain ii still cut wil 



rike for higher wagea, 



K^^p, B a mu "of b ' ^ h °" dinB 



' the President's remarks, Ihe 
>ed tha audience half an boor 
the "great eihlbltlon" and re- 
be WDuderfDlpow" uf ex'tan^ 
a practiced by some ahrawd 
ufallofin- 






■UJEacUst, „ 

[Amine, L| 



sad with 



•pb, 
|QIiab 



ceedlnga of Thursday we 

w, and for wonl-growera, a 
.lenient on exhibition, dot 
MiQedde. ofF.lrmnuot, forbl.own 
•«V«K.llcii. M having been mad 



with great expedition. It coals 510, and should 
be owned by every man who clipa twenty sheep a 
year. Any man can build one alter having a pat- 



Then was a farmers' meeting lo-d 


ay In Ihe bed 


o discuss matteri interesting to far 


ncrs. Itrros 


opened with an address hj Dr. Lee 


upon grape 


lulluro, and containing on inlcrest,ln 


; description 


of a visit thai summer to all the p 


incipal vine- 


vards on tha Rhine, where grapes 


re' grown by 


ill classes of people ; where grapesa 


ad wine form 


he great staple oltbe country | whe 


o tho rongh 


mountain sides bare all been dug up 


and terraced 


nii worked by head labor, and ma 


e to produce 










s the Risllng, a small, good wlno g 


rape, though 


01 good for the table. Tbe cetebra 


cd Johannes 


inejnrd la upon nn estate of only 


40 acres, all 



nit winds. The grapes are kepi as long as 
possible on the vines, to become perfectly ripened, 
je quality of the wine depends upon the fa- 
tenets of autumn. It Is settled that no spot 



on tbe lib in 
■ riable clim.l 



uon wines. Whenever tbe o 
Is bui 63°, the wine is pDoi 
In September and October 
I tbc crop perfect. There al 
r dry wines, made without 
e-augnr is frequently added ii 

tally, and wine made by its at 



Is iV.m.ii, . 
bo grapes 



daily e 



B.lU,b u, 


c, and spi 


t la 


always 




London 


locks 


It is 


suppose wii 








t is a mlsta 


lie tosupp 


out! 


at wine 


[out, for lb 


wine drin 


fMn 


tbe R 


or that disc 


so. Thoo 


renfn 




note called 


rAonpoj" 


wbit 






rk up a„d 




d of 1 


a " "orthle 


s for other 


purr, 


sea. 



A New Potato. \/ 
A member of Ihe Belgian Central Society of Agrl 



lightly manured, prodoced 23,000 kl 
1 potatoes. Tbe neighboring 
labed, not only at tbe cnormou: 



;. Diognn 

■lanl thing In life, j 
practitioners Insist npon 
■e. A few people get 
ly. Inactivity, at a ge 
>ry effect. 



r people know tb 
nraleep? Than 
t the great pro| 






idanla are lo gat Ibeli 
real 01 tnetr brow. It is thertfoi 
is become n necessity — because I 
titorced to it. Il Is lo-bred, nc 
Hun. Tbe faet Ii not agree, 
rllber la sickness nor death. Bu 
s avoided. We rami work. And 
)l should not eat, It an old mails 




unfortunates. Quito recently 510,000 wM ■ 
rer in tho same way In our olty. 
e are but a few or the man; cases. Wo 
lis anhject will interest all wbn have faml- 
id make them feel thai they have a work of 
ion lo do, and tho sooner It ia done, ibe 
Delete aro dangerous. Wo do not preach 
e do not practice. We have a policy in 
impuny (or 55,000, and hopo to pay them 
iouoI of premium before they aro nailed on 



will g- 



3 ci P al 



... III..-. 



bopn 



indreda and 



mat fear for enfety of dear 
10 or tho sleep that knows 
on of tho dread Fire King. 



Ka 



The Great Couifornla Ponr. 
Yx are pleased to Bod In the March number or 
be Am. Agriculturist, New York, a fine engrar- 
ug, lull site of tha largo pear wo sent lo Dr. Bel- 
lows. That periodical gives the following com- 









Insurance 




Wtsb 


m 


n, rich m 


en, and shrewd b 


gcttb 

contl 
for lb 


ge 


sbipa and 
sored, as 

■elves and 


cargoes, th 

d thereby 
(heir fami 


pro tec 


want 




suffering. This er 




must 




nowledge 


is bot a p 


rudrnt 












until 


m 


ght ho de 


cudenlnpo 


u the c 


or the 


w 


rid. 






i»r 


ns 


urancong 


Inst fire, p 








1 from lo 






wept 


DV, 


ay by tbe 


do roaring 


el em en 


irupe 


I] 




nioly be in 




nana 


L " 






of the 


blsi 


cr 


asoand 


ccnmulatian is n 


depen 
ifenen 




nlMbVb 


e lire of the 
sincss of a 


maud 


nlue 




nn himself. Conscn 


ently, 



i continuance of prosperity io 
.ho "mainspring of action." 



igth nf llfo are suddenly slrick. 
i by the unsparing scythe uf Death. By su< 
peeled events, business prosperoos in pro 

dear ones wholly unprotected, with "tl 
wolf at the door;" and yet, by a little wise for 
light io life insurance ccrUiu pruteclion for II 

death. 



The real v 



luenf o Life Policy hi 
edbym 



hu.l 



i no State in the tJninn 
unexpected deaths, not owing t 
a Is one or tho best in the world, 
ongoing it) whli 

also, tbal there s 



midst. Per 
noresudde 






a lac 



erj hloom i 
uicides; th 
.popleiy i t! 



>nld«- 



Ho b 









the head of a family mnko for wil 

that for a Life Policy. II g, 

lependence from a cold worli 
olten ond loo keenly felt by 

t unprotected by sudden deal 

ire la good slrong reason for those who con- 
tbemselves comfortably circumstanced as 
of families, to make a pruvialun of this 
Frequently a man may be In good business 

luppoia hlmseir Indepeadent nf tha world, 

eath steps suddenly and uneipectedly in, bis 

:sa, which by peraonal management, wonld 

mado him rich, decreases and dwindles away 
bands of tbe law or our courts, and the fam- 
left lo beggary. Thousands of jnst such 

aro familiar tons all. 

preseol these views In the hnpc or awaken- 

proper attention lo ih„ sahjecl. 
11 la nnl enough to be almply Insured— to 



a, I" losured in a Company safo be- 
csiioo— oot only safe, hut prompt Ir 
oant of losaes and the payment nf n„ 



rotccted. This should tench all io deal only 
lib those Companies, or agents of Compan 

i to whose solvency and ability lo pay Ibern la 

ncstlDn— and pay promptly, loo. 
Haling nften urged this subject upon uur re 

ft, now in ngoin urging it, wo present a few fi 

ad such as we would enmmend lo tbe formers 
rer the Stnte— every ono of whom should bo 
ired, housBaod farnllure, barn and stuck, gr 

Having said thus much for Insurance, we l 



ency nr Messrs. Bigelow I 

J for many of Ibe best C 
, with ample capital nod 

iwns or Jacknou and Suite 
prnpcrly to the value uf 
.a lust. This Agency paii 
ngold. Inthelastseveni 



'his pnmnlogical monster, tho anticipated ni 
or y^hicli was announced in tho Febraai 
Mean Agriculturist, came safely to faand- 
ks to the carcmi packing or Co!. Warren, nn 
ourtesy of TVcIIs, Fargo & Co. It was place 

I thousands, and wo have had it engraved fo 



io way, 10 tho other, and neighed hero 3 pounds 
ounces. A model in woi, colored by Dr. Ncw- 
stry, so truthfully that many were In doubt 
hlcb was the original — is still on exhibition. No 

iy had progressed so far that tboy were unable 
form n satisfactory opinion. It was thought by 
mo of the committee that, notwithstanding tbe 
ssimilarlly of form, it wns a monstrous ipeci- 
en of the old Pound Fear. Whatever it maybe, 
Tory lute rest! 



fiber 



r thanks 



Dr. Bellows, to whum il was sent by Thorn, 
iwn, Esq., and lo all who puriicipuU'd in ci 
abllog os to allow what tha wonderful soil on 
:lim»lo of California can produce io tho way i 
tears. Wo bale heard or larger pears, but th 
dcels la weight ond aizo any other ono. that w 
lave ever aeon. It weighed full thru pound, an 
ecin ounces after ill arrival hero. 



o paid promptly after loiiog b. 



'e did m 



lag tho 



;...,. :;,.,, 



The reason for the an 
their abllitj to do buai 
for tho follow!, 



S la tos, 



., which 



o Ii.:; 



■ Compa. 



i Tho Home, 



apilal, i 



e Unit 



early 51,800 
coma of about 51,200,000 ; ibo 01 
capital of SI, 300,000, and nearl 
fineome. This Agency bas on dt 
T. Oolemani Co., and Walla, Fa, 
go i Co., 500,000, bonds and cosh, all subject t 



iddltion 



ordlog t 



nf credit which w 



uld c 



I of $5,000,000 i 

laniiod In 1840, 

furnishes insurauc 



are Ihe facilities whicb'maka'lhls 
oui, prompt lo pay losses when 

tbe Agents of tbe Old Conncoll- 
cu Company (mulual), wila.a cap- 
' ""I. Thla Company, 

various forms, and 
igenolea for whii 



la desired, a 






.othe 



innlly creditu 
they pay, an 



to tbe policy holder, 
lou to tho amount or 
may be appropriated t 



called and informed 
I that bo was a neighbnc nf Dr. Beard, nt San Joso 
issiou, and tbnt ho was knowing to tbe fact Ihnt 
id Iron was taken to California sir or seven years 
[0, frum thn nurseries of Mosars. Parsons k Cn., 
' Fluahlng, U. Y. Both himself and Dr. Beard 
dered a cunsiderablo number of trees al tbosamo 
me, amoog which was ihe aao producing the 
iovd specimen, as well as its prodoccssor, tha 
iushnnllPeer." 

[This pear was grown on a jra/f, upon one nf 
c nldest trees In thn Mission orchard, planted 
' tho Pndros or early times. Tho graft is ibo 
)ld Iron" or Ponnd Pear.] 

Peats about Boston. 
Tub following Is an wlract or a private letter 
ftom Hnn. Marshall P. Wilder, of Boston, to tho 
editor of the Gardener's Mnntbly: 

r crnp or frnll has boon very large indeed, 
my pear orchard wo have gathered more 
,000 bushels of pears. This is a eonsnm- 
i I bavo devunlly wished and labored for. 
■at aangulno oipsctntiona hate been realised, 
tbe present aeason has been one of perfect 
n, both ns regards the quantity and quality 
of our fruits— tho culmination of my hopes, when 
ho million bavo literally heen Ted with peara." 

What a result ha, Intelligent, persistent -fr-e 
.cccmplished ; and »"■-' 

Ira JO years 'cfnglr.' 



sllll hi 
unioglcal high prlaal a 



I to population, an 



BalTercd in losses by Gi 

my other State, in prnporllon [ ill-fated Ouldi 

t has sometimes happened, of | of §S,aO0 wen 



Hon of the Company ; nod nearly S2,OuO,Ooo have 
L eoa retnrned to policy holders io dlvldends- 
"01,838 have boon paid la dividends during Iho 
Theao facta aho 
sneo of all who 
pany. 

Within tbe lost year oar State and oily he 
iinesied Ibo uoneflt of Life Insurnaoo io aoie- 
uea. Capt. Folger, who. diud suddonly, bad- 
nurance on bis lire for tho benefil of his wlfo, or 
SS.O00. HL B. Janea, Esq., wa, ol«, i 0(urtd ,. 
' «,000. Two nrlhreo cases on the 
d for tho ramllios and htb-i 



■aid In 

•ays, It 



""* Flu— The Loa Angeles 
ilihed by Dr. Oaborn of Ibat 
Box, which grow 



wild and 
- Tho Nan 



m a stock which nj 
cies of nettle; In texlnra ttweo nppeors to bo'n. 
malerlnl difference helwoon It ood common flai 
It Is thought this plant might bo floceossfully ca|. 
tivated. Tho Eher la quilo as Ono nnd strong a 
acultlratcdarllcloofreal flax, Ii Is the doctor", 
lo twenty pounds could b. 



34= 



THE C41IFOBNIAPABMEE. 



a Roots Tend t 



productive. So mid Dr. Ward' 
on the Culture of the Orchard, ■ 
lug of Ibo Illinois llorliculluri 
Bloom lug ton. Tbe r. murk iv n 
to root pruning. It auggested t 



Productive neas. 

in h<9 disc ours 
the recent meat 
SoelotT held a 
made in regar 
m j to I oil nven 



The pear produ* 



9 frail 



i the 



oof being graded on aeloff- 
av it Dot be, rather, because 
inllj" cnpplied with fibrous 
t is renin rkobl/ deficient in 



root pruning by (bo pit 
i thrifty growing joon 



g orchard, be 
ed of for tin ii 



ItlSIM 

of Its t 



; mates it ben 



I tbo I 



rt-Rved. The -iily fruition 
caused by producing a different system of tool; 
by enconragiog tbe growth of Borons roots. 1 
question arista note, whether each trees are n 
nfltr all, if properly man aged, the tooit profitab 
I thick Ibey are. The practice of cloio ptanll 
far applo tree! is rapidly gaining ground, nnt 
is adopted by many of the best orchardista in I 
Well. They say Iho trees bear earlier and b 



r. Warder 



lalcb for tbo or 
W beads and tbi 



pBy 


o cot it 


down and plant another, when 


ofo 
on r 


roocd f 


og or decay appear. We will 
lly occupied and tbe fruit al 








less 


Ikelj to 


>e blown of! by tbe wind. 


V 




n orchard 1 would say giro u 




grafted 


roes, and Tin mailer how ahor 


[dec 


of root, 


aa that it keeps the catting nllv 


til i 


leads o 


t its own roots.— [Cor res pooi 


Vail 


j Farm 


/ 




Tb 


Tallow Trao In China." 


Tot 


tallow t 


cc, called bytbe Cbiccie Oa-S 



ind tbe bark si 
n is yellow ; b 



ardaod forward in 



7^ 



Cnltiv.ition or Flax and Flax-Cotton, 
» Annual liectiug of the N. Y. S. Agriculta 
aolely, held February Inal, Dr. Oould of Col 



l of II 



l.'„m, 



ibineiy, made Bvalua- 

II. ■ aaid the beat Eoll rat flax It thai wbloh is 
best for barley, and Iho best manure phosphates, 
io land aboold bo well drained and carefully 
lecply plowed, and the best (or tho purpose 
Michigan plow. After a fere dnya go 



tho ground v 






ind ( 



tho crop may 
Tbo Icngth'ol 
*w dependa npon Iho length of root, and no 
p is more injured by weoda. The crop is ready 
ant or pull wben tbo holla aro Dlled and tbe 
rer hair of tbo stalk tamed yellow. 
it la very ioiporlant to got alf all tho seed, else 
ilaioa Iho Hot; and [t ia equally important to 
ko tho basluess of Dax-growiag proGtahlo, that 
: grower and mauufiicturer ahonld bo lacnlcc 



h other. 



) that 



i sell the 



ait. If hi 



fully prcpan 



il di«c. 



,....], 1- 



gum that holds the fibers together. 

At Lockpnrt, if. Y., there is a chai 
ny In operotiou which pays 510 a tu 
elratr, and makes 300 pounds nf Sr 
cost of $21. Il goes Ibrongh a gr> 



dissolve lb 
[ered corapa 



ackted 



broken bySuted roller 

again with rollers; tbi 

washed, bleached, dried, picked, i 

and spun. For the coarae portions 

great demand for upholstering par] 



It is Erst 
nd wnrked 
lopped, boiled, 



g profitable bo long as tbe aeed 



tbi 


State a 


aw 


tboc 


ming spring 






dalso 


e* 


rifaed 


is Pen 


Van 


HI IE 


vrhi 


1C 


Ih 


u't'es'" 


Ibrou 
nd lb 


gh-tc 

n it is 


bea 




t shire 


,0 


dlbec 


passe 


1 thro 


gfal 


en 


where 




comb 


dbya 


tooth 


dba 











appro 


rlatedbj 


theSti 


to with the-Trast Compa 


ny, a 


la teres t, 


and to 


ask the Committee to cod 


inue 


la IotcsI 


galion, 


n hopes that another yen 


will d 


■Vtlop dtimolhiui, 


worthy of tho pme. 




Win 


Feaoe. V 


111' 




rof tfa 





ly perl 



y weight and impended tr 

Tho berries I has braise. 

Fed for a considerable lime 






Ld[.c 


i io make el 






o, and fonnd i 


good 


coodilioo, th 


ougfan 


exp 


enso bad been 








ball 


and il has 


thoro 


ngbly tested 


>yaloc 


( of 


all kinds. Ho 






other 




built at tho s 


lime 


bat in a "at 




hall 


way style," w 




worlfalesa la 




Ue 


gives the folio 




plain directl 


ni for mnki 


g auch fence a. 




nmcndj : 








"Is 


et tho posts 


feet apart, 


feet in the gro 


nnch 


ored wilh a t 


ulhro 


Kb 


io bottom the 


the 


ole filled u 


with 


ama 


1 stones, and 



, 31 atrlpod vino bugs, over 100 chintr. bugs, 
that still retained their indliidnallty, n mass, ap- 
parently consisting of hundreds of chinW buga, 
it oae kernel of corn. The quails have been 
laing In number in thai vicinity, and iho 
: bag Increasing. It la believed that these 
rants aland in relation of eaaao and effect Io each 
ilber. 



A lltfte wl 



V 



Fiim Bull. 
lorougb-brod Durham bull, foul 
ming aprbig, waa taken np It 



r feting 
re. Tbo 
lr. nold- 



valuable 
tb Ibo fur on. We 
raelbod-for coring peltry In Iho "Adren- 
f Jamca 0. Adams," California, mountnin- 
ilch wo will publish for the benefit of Loose 
hllherlo dependent upon IndlaoB for cured pells : 
placed n bnlTrtlo skin in pickle ; 
i was my first attempt to onro a 
It turned out a beautiful roba. 
Sly mplbod of preparing these bides was to lake 
' ipeire, nlum and a litllo arsenic, well pulver- 
d together, and rnb Ibcm lightly over Ibo fleshy 
o of Ibo skin. These subslooces seemed to 



.a attuggle for Ind 
bi of a stock celebrated 
l English agricultural al 
i bull, now tbo property o 
:d In .November, IBSO, wi 
i, Killcrly, Eoglaod, no. 



;■) Tbo: 



fall of II 



" bred by Richard Doolb, oblnloi 
oattbo Yorkshire AgiLpullurol So 
i 1810, aod Is Bluer in "Plum llloi 
Haloed tbo first priie at Ibe Royal 
iooltoral Society's Show, at Wlndso 



Booth's boll "Wint 



Society or England 
u Rural Show 
Highland Society's 



e of tho 



.-, In 



stock. Neptune, the father of Dr. Holi 
imported in 1856 by Mr. Thome, 
a highest 'premium by tho Un 

Agricultural Society, of S300, for tho 
5600 for Ibo bcal herd of Quo nnii 

Toung ball ia certainly a valuable act 
ipcrior slock already in San Joaqi 
n bo seen nt Fisher & Co. 'a Slabli 

nel street, directly in tha rear of 1 
ing. Dr. Holden baa two oil 
hinglon," en animal well kno 



it the Royal Irisb 



:ally a 



e Devon and Dur 



nbloo 



braced by n few devoted spir 



t large, Dr. Hold. 

credit. We he: 
i tbe main pill* 
a, id bringing Iho 



Bones — Their Uoo a 



itibly Iodic. 



larly na it is uoacci 

process large cakes 

grains and straw. The cakes tbi 

terwards p res ltd. 

Tbo tallow la hard and whilt 
properties of that obtained from 
pnun 



by n 



of tbe 



prop 


erly prep 


red they barn 


It ofte 


ith 




Ihe cand 


es prepared «r 




hie 


bar 


with a t 


real flame, thro 




aeb 






quickly ; bat 








oly nod 


irtymodeofp 






na! 


re of (lie 


wick, which : 




m« 


dry 


aod llghl 


wood— not too 


h unlike 


he 


a r 


ehligtil. 


Candles made 


f this la 


Ion 



nil horizontal capstan o 

perfectly tight : Ibea drive in hei 
eh aide of each post, aplnoor. 
a been previously prepared aai 
this before tho windlass Is rei 
■t is made lo fasten the c. 
■aighlcning power is applied. 



er of a deep porplo i 



Propagating Fruit Tree* 
Tnv. Valley Farmer soya j We aro told bya frlen 



<f thla ted, aod cover 



B these plugs beside the w 
.lea tho onllre length, If nt 



•e of iho fence male 
anything else. 1 t 



lido TB 


ries accordi 


g I 


quol 


Ir- 


Thigh 


of hull 


cka arc mad 




hnni 


es of 




es, and 


re or the mo 




lue, 






twelve 


cents eocb. 


Tb 






rank 


and eel 


for $18 a 


iiou 


and; 


thn ' 


abort' 


, which 


are thrown 


■-.-. 


tbe : 






orlh 00 


eoti a busb 


1. 


A de 




Vnw 


psysSlOOa day (or 


bn 




d Ih 




In tbal 


city who ore 


--■ 


god In 


heb 


■loess 



VALUABLE EEOEIPTS. 
How to Cnr* Peltry. 




o the oflecl 



itiog pa 






Hie ! 



.r two, when It was unrolled and Ibe gre 
pnrls scraped off. Sfclt, n roul which grow! 
ill portions of tho country, colled Boap-rool, \ 




ounces gum tarn p ho r~( dissolve tho camphor in 
WATEH-rt/onr Buckiko.— Wn havo beard and 



through will eh tho wo 

lly pcnstnalo. Try il, 

Keep iho Eons. — II a 

keeping eggs, 1 have fi 



f water-proof blac 
i loll you what i 
lad fannd to be t 



lid will lake up), nnd ap- 
sponge io tho o i 1 ■_■ ■ 1 l.i.uu. 
tho shellac will dry and 
ve n coaling on yonr boot 
r cannot by ony possibil- 
eador.— [Ex. 

log Iried many ways of 
ind Iho following lo bo tho 



SEED WAREHOUSE, | 

(ESTABLISHED IN 185 [m 

s. w. mooheJ 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER|j| 
ALL KINDS OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, | 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub | 
SEEDS, 

NO. -IOS CAI,IF«I1.V1S STREET, I 

Between Sanjcrao and Montgomery tlteels, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, 



— Ihoir choicest coeds srowo, of whht 

to receipt, and In eodloia variety, \cp,m ■ 

m Franco aod England, froinncTlkamgull 



In Caliroroln are nol fully 
series of year, oulil more 
lllla knowlodgo ehall lo ei 



1TAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hnognrinn Grai 
Kentuclij-Blne-grnsa; Orchard Gra» 

Kod-lop Grnsa ; SainfoiB Gnss; .1 

Engliah Rye-grass, Timothy Grtss; 

" ■" Clover; 



The fat Is thai 



ism aro thoronghly er- 
kimmed otf and placed 

io thigh booes are placed 



aaolber grade, a- 
Tor phosphates a 
by sugar reHaci 



■ eggs close togc 

io any other p 
aod tho yelk w 



To Farmers^ — Freaervo I 



ridges," in Egypt) very busy among bis yi 
corn, lie observed a small Hock commoucin 
ooo sine of the field, taking about five rows, 
lowing Ibem regularly through tbo Raid, acn 
ad picking about every hill ill] they can 
Ihcr side of tho field, and then taking ai 



and your cider i 
will hold It Jul 



And the frost alwi 
waler freeie., leavlh) 
J richer. Eanctly lb 



The Committee on Agrlc 
lepresohlailves had prcpai 
lutlss and providiog for tl 

'f a Chief Clerk, a IJoMni 



.1 I ur 



og Clorl 



m vegetation 
I become a lr 



put forth 
take Ibea 



sulk. In Ihe crop of tbe quail h. 



Inex—Tha Pre.tdonl or ibe Central Pncif 
Railroad Com pa ay ol California, Gov, rnr.r ,-Ji „ 
ford, received a dlapalch rron, fj. f. Huntio'elo 
now in New York, lo the effect thai l„ | j, , hl 
purchased and paid for, Q h QD0 l UD1 f | r(m for (1 
P. 0, R. R.-belng enough for the fir.i GO mile 
ie thousand tuna of this will bo tbm,„.J L [lini . 
i dlolely, and ibo remainder win follow at iho 
I- Intervale. Good, aaye the lice— and eo ear we 



ir properties of their Pale 

il thanks to tbo liberal a 
' a largo panion of the 
opriotora of California, 

ilhstandiag Ihe many L »pu 

..-1.1a si,,,-, ,.,'.. ,;„,„,'!." 

A: L ASLK-IJliKA.-iB h 
urivaleJ repulmi,,!,, «[„, 
mgih aed lirfiihli nf fulir 
■■iKlil-rl,,,. Territories. 

I tut n-lillat Hi,, ...il.^ril.el 



ion of Caat- B ;[ as 



sioco tho sub- 
on lo thopecu- 
e-grcase. 
t slow progress, 

;ers and coach 

Dilations, which 
luccd from the 
icir article, Ibo 

Llregoo, and the 
n Ibcir gralefnl 



111 eiirn[,,.||,.,| |.) ih, ; ,:„„ t 



whioh may her 



!..i|.|.ly, 
i.ii PI ily. 



IH'CK.SA LAMBERT, 
i'1-ii rnn:.-.i Cuehuti, 
inn streuls, San Kranclsco. 



Crimi 



1 U1.1.V 



Luco 



BEET, CABBAGE. IMRKOT, KAHl.TT. TrB-VIP, ■ 

cin*u)!itEU, siei.i.i.ns, [.KTirri:, usinss, P 

TOMATO, EARLV AKD LATE PKAS, ' 



Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, COraECTlCDT SH 
LEAF, AND MARYLASD TOBACCO SKEC 

COTTON SEED. 

Gunno from Johnston's Island, 
FLOWER SEEDS (300 Tarlctle>)i| 

BULBS n 

WT,IEH. TPLIl'S, UVACISTIM. I 

Am .111)111., AllfiHOIir., lln 'i'l">. t 

aad in endless variety, Imported direct fiuB Ftu^l 



mblsle 






In Iho Seed Boiioua {* 

ni.'-.ni ,i ibia kind, 0.1 i*i* ■ 



fti 



n 



Native California EvorgweD 
TREE AND SHRUB SEEDSi 



Largo Stock of Every Variety of S 



ornlso pactioi ran GREAT RISK rf*j 
a, In m tholr Orfors should 

'OMIIBLE Eat.lDLlBnHENT. 



*-Ti.o A,.M,t,„[ 1V„||... F.ir,- 



S. "W. MOORE- 

SEED WARE!" 

408 (old No. 110) California itr«t. ^ 
saii fbascisco, u 



THE CALIPOBN J.- A. F ABME-R- 



35 



fe jtaliforiua fotts./ 

JHB INDIANOLOST OF CALIFORNIA 



JS1IF.— TT.— MISCELLANEOUS ADDENDA. 
• Ike Great Volley of tho Colorado. 

Bbux, oo bis return from California lo Now 
J up Ibo Rio Verde. 



lUiico, in May !S54, travel. 

fessrstbo river banks were covoreu wnn loo 

raios of J lour nooses nod rcgnlar fortifications, 
Rfeeh 1Kb lo be lbs work of civilisation, bul 
Kg ddL been occupied for centuries. Tbeso 

mins sro linilt on the most fertile porliona of Iho 
Hft rs. The walls are solid masonry, of reclan- 
Ktt Torra, from ten lo fifteen feet Id bight. Somo 
glh e bnildiogs arc two and three stories In bight, 
■Sloop-holea Tor defense. Tbo alones aro cot 
■Rutu 16 inches in length, nnd from G to 12 
Hfees la width. Ob the Rio Colorado Chiqoito 
Brasrebnildings constructed of atone of great 



V fFortho r,!,|.ni!ihrr.l| 

Bkotaboa of Emleronc Life.— No. 10. 

Tn* long taiked-nf, much wisbed-for, and muoh- 

ireaded Humboldt, is at list attained ; and really, 

I docs not look ao v.-rv formidable after all. A 

:[oar, iwlfl, bul shallow stream, its banks edged 

illh willnws ; o fertile volley, narrowing and wl- 

leulng, as ths caprices of the mountains on either 

ddo trill permit— said mountains cooaiituling a 

irild direraitj of scenery, fat Irom displeasing ; 

fail to inform ns, as jet, in what the terror of 

ia region consists. Tho water appears far bot- 

• than wo have been obliged to useofteu, thongb 

iiroctiahttsste renders it a little unpleasant ; foci 



bnee from 



SUtly b 
quarries, bi 



It by * 



is is I 



On one of Iho tributaries of Dill Williams' Fork 
fit the Colorado are found in the rocks qui 
• gmnber o( caves in the shape or ovens, opening 
'jowirds Lbs stream. Their origin ia evident! 
They have been artificially and rathi 



lyplas 



! apar 



of tl 






if tho. G 



imparl 

eof Indians that 

, o/ .. tower fa 
ions dividing i 
nil the valley, 



Jheold Zuniroins are locnted on the 
He Sierra Jliidxe. Lieut. Whipple savs that many 
of the houses and fortifications are well built 
figurtd and colored fragments of pottery ar. 
found in ntiundnoee, also, obsidian arrow beads 
and stone aies; this was probably one of th 
seven cities described by Coronado as being lo 

within tbe kingdom of Cibc 



Llthejur 



o Sao r 



K-itb I 



;tbey 



lessljby, and Ibo 
My friends bad 



But iroahal: 



The I 



,t tin 





sado 


in ray jour 


al on the to 




ing after 




rhiM 


Ibis far-fam 


drirer. Wo 






ttbe 


l«T 


eloro at non 


u, aod travcle 


db 


airndaj 


along 


its 


orders, croi 


ing and roc 




ng It. 


please 


re. 


And such cu 


ntinned to b 




ur judg- 






ror throe or 




qu 




alasf 




hasty opioi 








ie lb 




cd. The ft 




th 




oot right c 


me to us thr 


oghthemed 


JO) 


ol black 


oned 


ungo 


cs and lips, 


onstant thin 


u 


oquencb 


ablc- 


in 1 


el, only inc 


r'asliSde^a 


ad 


d™ B . 


mcnl 


fib 


digestive organs, soon fol 


OW 


d ; while 



plentifully distributed aroi 
Tbe fourth day acveral of the company Rn 
id one lady was thought in danger; but \ 
nod on, feeling that our unly hope was if 
id getting to good water, i! possible. A 
a knew could bo found no nearer than tl 
n. On the sixth day, that part of the ci 
itbour sick friend, by tho advice of a phj 
opped for the day, not tipectlug her t 
ought heal 



thoio 



to proee> 



othe; 



cept 



ticnt. Fnr tho last two days I had been qui 
but unwilling to own it. My young cbildre 
pcarcd so to require my care that I felt i 
mined not to jield. So I had resolutely ignored 
the approach of disease — hoping 10 ward it otTby 






it spring w 



skill. Oo Bill Williams' Fork of the Colorado 
there are some very extensive ruiua ; the walls are 
perfect to the bight of G ^or 8 feet; vortical 
ltraight, and smooth. Some uf these old build- 
ings are S'.'U feet in circumference. The smooth 
(acts of the rocks in all pans nf lbs cnuntt 
covered with hicr,.,^lij.l,i,-i, paintings anddesigns. 

tradition! nl Lbu present raco do not rench them. 
Says Lieut. Whipple: "We bare now passed 
ancient country of Cibola, described by Marco 
130, and Ooronado in MO. We have 
lo verify the accuracy or their journals. 
s relation of Coronado, regarding the people ol 
Cibola, is, for tbe most part, applicable to the 
Zuniaus of the present day. Tho city which hi 
a Granada, ia Zuni iUclf." 
mong the ancient ruins of fortifications opor 
bio Creek and elsewhere, erected previous tc 
eonaneel of Mexico by Cortex, were fount 1 
ir beams ur tics, which remain nearly perfect 

it was used in cutting and dressing them thai 
is. A specimen now deposited in thi 
Smitbjooi an Institute, was procured at the mini 
if El Moro, where are Spanish inscriptions, dated 

OG, testifying lo the ciietcnco or these rti 
that early period, 255 years ago. 
The Pimoa, Zonia and Pueblos are tho rci 

roled, ur Iho true descendants of the Asm, 



farihip, and there Is a tradition among tbctn tha 

Iran descendants nf Uootexuma 

Ir religion ia peculiar; they say there Is bu 

He God, but that Mnniciumn is his equal. In. 

trior to ibttn is the ann, in whom they smnke 

li pray. Tbe moon they say, is the younger si 

ruf the sun, and the siara Bro their childrt 

pped. Deaidea tbeao ia tho gn 

i,.bj order or Montexuma, they e 

oak for life. Near tbe city of Zotii Is a sacr. 

irroundedby high walla, nut or wbi 

l must be allowed to drink ; it has ei 

ia held sacred to the rain god. They cnltlvi 

ir crops without irrigation, depending all 

sin. They perform certain eel 

cb year around this spring, belli 

pg thai It they neglect this duty tho raina nni 

. They cleanse it "anonally with ancle 

re then placed upon the walls of 
spring, never to be removed. Tho frog, 
' rattlesnake, represented upon tha f 
acred to Monl«utnn. He is the patron I 

,ce, and would consumo by lightning uny 
iltglous bund that should dare to take then 

s that he was told by a priest in 
it the Colorado Indians were Actecs, 
ia from Mexico at the cunqnaat by Cortex. 

ds memorable trip up tbe Colorado 
says be met tribea of Indians that 
(Mho samo language os bis interpreters, who 
mpanlcd him from the city of Mexico. 

ober of Indiana now inhibiting tha val- 

e Colorado does udi exceed 10,000, of 

m the Mojaves, Yutnas, and Pab Ules ore the 

.mi and Plmos aro located on tbe 
la and Muo.uls, and Pueblos on the head of the 
jg Wl Lino. The Pnloled Desert Is north ol Dill 
"" " k of the Colorado.— [Alia California, 



mpnny with a lady nnd some of the gentlen 
ir attention was arrested by a singular a;ip 
ico aomo balfa mile from the road. I! ■■! 



ining o, 



,o -with all it 



snmo frightened at my long 
... ;n were looking o'try where, 
ending Indians and whnt not. Entering (bo 
igon I threw myself nn tho bed, nnd again slept 
,lil we encamped ; then, as I mechanically, but 
ngnidly went abnut the duties of the evening, 
ylhing strange in ray manner was attributed to 
fatigoo. 
In the evening, as wo wero all sitting around 
n camp-fire chatting, my bnbo fell asleep In my 
ma, and on attempting lo rise to plaoo hlin in 
:d, I found myself utterly powerless; nnt nne 
nsclenr joint would obey my will. I was pnt 
hed, and from that moment until five weeks 
id passed, only the most vague and dream-liko 
noics, remain in tell of tho lapse of time. Ho 
:nie of suffering or wonrlhcas conld I ever recall. 
Yet I must have bad periods of partial consclooa- 
-■ id's face of " 



of a andoi 



: Little Meadows when the I 



.ahelnnulng to 
i, which years 
Itnr-pioce. 
used over dor- 
Ing. We-wcro 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 
Tbe Original P. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Produomg 
LARGE OVEN 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 



Wilh New n n ,l Eirr.. Lif.-,- l-'lof. ind b r Iho Addition 
of the celebrate! M.--. 1' .ul.l..-L^t U^mmPlue 
Atteolioo la Invited la the following points of inperl- 

'l.t.DnnAniLirT— Li-tinir, with propor euro, nt least 

;.n v;.a,. .-[..v t < lire nun in u^o lhat wore set op in 
1S33 _ . 

ILrr.iu'uhlv .nn.lruclod. E- 



vilvlni- 



nalosseuinnlMelj 



-liy-ri 



paid for nnr trnublo. The apring proper, was a 
and Bjfarkling stream which made its ad- 
frora the base of a huge bowlder, aod in a 
body sufficient to ran a goad-sited mill ; but su 
>1 that the hand conld not beheld in it loogen- 
igh to count Bve. Running some twenty yards, 
entered the river ; and its course cuuld be well 
diatinguished for some distance by the vapor it pro- 
duced All around and between the spring and the 
the soil was composed of n lime furmntion — 
bling that which is furmed in a kettle when 
water is nften boiled. Several circular puula 



bat teemed I 


sink: in 


rSaltely. Tbe 


> also wero 


cry hot. A' 


about tl 


e bight of a m 


n's bead, In 


he side of th 


rock, n 






rom which a 


large b 


dy nf steam cc 


nstontl, ... 


aped. Tbe mountain 


at this place 


wero quite 


car tbe river 


va the 


idc of the an 


ing, bul re- 


edednn the 








ertile valley 


Tbo s 


des of tbe mo 


untuin were 


overed by i 








nvo hinted n 
vldcnco bef 


re ns. 


c action, even 
We imagined 


without tbe 
an inactive 


rater could 


avc bee 


o found not 1 


r away, bul 


ad no time ' 


i look fo 






In camp th 


t clgbt 


pleainol sorp 


lie enmn to 


(ia. We bad 


MID f 


r a Dombcr or 


a-ceka that a 


onsln whom 


we hat 


left at home, 




bought of ev 




him In Califor 


ia or on the 


'lalns, had 


nddenlj 


taken a fane 




and of gold, 


ud had 


overtaken and 


passed ns 


Such bullcti 


board! 




rucks, clef 


ticks, buffal 


skulls, 

1 health 


nd the like, h 
and tho data o 


d often told 




; but like a "will o' tbe wisp," ho 


,ad always e 


fflffl 


. lint oo tbl 


eveniog he 




by welkiog into enra 




were ready for oor 


teoing meal. 


Those who 



"oad, neni Ibr ..u,i,„,ii' ,.„„ lUirli-i-ii feut -i-vcn 

SJAfvci. Tbu 0[DU oai that (,,11 during the correi- 
ajfladiflglir,,,, I,,., v.-imtr, a,., fl r[,-lv.-u !■-:<. Tbe 



Quid probably bo about thirty 



lie purpose, visiting every 
.casant social boor, nnd then off 
Is company, left ns sad, ye 

.wo after Ibis, while starting, 
walk; my husband remonstra 

told him I thought I should b 
Ik, aa tbe motion of the wngot 



t going for, 



tojoli 



all manner of wild acts ; and that was tho 
know, uuiil about 3 o'clnck, when I wn» fnund 
asleep by tbo roadside, my aunsbado cast 



jf i.viii 11..1M cvctiIt -.r..l v'jicir nllf heMcd thin hynny 

-iii, "l;, .■iLLv,-i , o:i'-iri!,-:i| on the top, ond wilhnut 

SirUor'V^rr.n^RV^ZoMi^Ti wro«isoCcojPT— 

ni^'itho" t "iraToel? ""'' '""* ' ' ' ° ""^ 
H'ib, iV.Tin i;..:K-Ai]orraiiccincnt fur supplying 



of P. P. STEWART, at 
eh tlova None other a 

ED II. Srilii.RII, 

. and Pino ats., San Pra 



-..OF.... 

FRUIT TREES 
For the Season of 1863. 



GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE THE SOLE AGEHGY 



C. W. REED, Washington, Yolo ennnty. 
B. 3. FOX, San Jnae. 
MARK PaRNKY; San Jose. 
WM. O'DONKELL, San Joan. 
h. A. GOULD, Santa Clara. 
THOMPSON'S KUftSERIES, Suacol. 
HOCK'S NURSEUIES, Pclalumn. 
PEPPER'S do do 

With other aroouos open for all the Prod no lions of 

Hnraery, Vineyard, and Garden, 

D.V Orders can ha left al the LEI'iiT— 



THE PAOIPIO 

FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 

"WAREHOUSE. 

orrancaments aro^non^otnp ete or snpp yit 

Fruit Trees, 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-Vines, 

Garden Shrubs, 

Of all hinds; and ovon variety of article of 

NURSERY STOCK 



lavlnctholrplam.os 
]"offor lb an.™"" 1 



SEED, PLANTS L _BTf^ _^ 

JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds. 

^» JUST RECEIVED FROM It, IV. &J£ 

WM. HASELTINE, 
At The Japanese Bazaar, 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape- Viaes, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

tmprlilng iho folk 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 



TEIS NEW INVENTION, THE ONLY ONE OP 
Iho kind over vat presented to Ibo nubllo, vras pa- 
enlod Sept. , 16T-0, and Is nun for tho flrsl llino offered 
3 the Pnctno Coast. 
Tbtj MORTtSINd .MACHINE Is net a largo cum- 



ce In the hind oasllv, vol cap 
aPEBFECTLY^QUAllt; MORTISE, h 
Tlo, ofanrtlm, from IVj loohoato nnv 
mlod. It will molto a mortise four loch 



nan can easily oimrato— the Pin 
a-Wrablv." It^°^lv%r ra s^^i'i' ^ i,^ , :' , ^h■^.■VM , : , 



io lhat 



HE, a 



lived of for luch labor 
ia ag oi ion niaobloe has second for it 
.07 of tho Stalo aod Torrilorial rlghla 

E01IT cf ihii MACHINE ll now olfo 
and |«noos Inleiuled I, »uch an Ini| 
i, aro invited to call on tbe Holders 

re Lantli to 






-Till tin 1 Ihln M,.rtlfini{ Mwhino tho 

■o-mlloiof Fence, "ill pai for lb" Itfcht. '' 

EEBS0K8 WIBHIHQ TO BUY EIGHTS 

ran have all noedcl laf^uailun b) adiliecilne; tbe un- 

|.T.i:-r„.,.l, ,-. ,il„ S "rilo l„ i:]il<,r Knna-.-l, .1.., .,,11 ,„■: 

i'-'..-llir„, .-uttii f„r iho samo. 

,i Mrlimciri I mi iii . r .jr,illon nt tha BROOK- 



LYN HilTHL. 



aalltles 



.111 L. 



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1?I ANOFO RTE S 5 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &d., 

','.', ■ALl".i' 1 o/t., i rRENT, h8rl "" IP """""'^ 0D n,lnd ' 



lull : .L| ,.lH I,, ll,,. ML..,,,,,- ...,;.!,;,;;;,,.;„: V, , ., „ .[ 

I'ir,.:.,, 1-Ui!.>iir.l l'i...,„, V|.„i„.,„,l ,j„„,r il„ ,„l 

.)■.,!! ,i. ri>i,.jan.liluitar, nranBamt amnll and larie, 
PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



Moslccnplod and avranitd for all tmlrumentsi Noi 

JliL-i.! |,ulilL.-holi Mu.l: nrtjoaeJ antl bound: 
OooulnoSllvorStrlniimanafaotured to oider. 



Wawo 


1,1 1 


artlenlarlj oall tho 


attontlo 


of borers o 


:rccs and Via 


as Is the fact, lhat. 






bolajlHlnto 


, tbo planting of 




rnoriilli di- 






lover Iho Stale, 




ll, Ihil boil 








d this E 


siou, and 1 


ll,;.-f,r, 






cello ns early 


and thnj 




rn GOOD TltEKt- 






Itmin, 










bat fan 


ird 


-dora early will ho 


tho fir j 


that will be 














rlltl 


lof thsNnrsory] 




been so dig 




laf 


years, so many In, 


oi havo 


oeoorrod tha 


looks, B 


db 


vers ihould puieh 


ia of only wall known 


■,l,iil 


mots It will ho our 


aim to ■ 


nd oat loch 



Cateiogtios of Varieties end Prices 

n bo obtaluod of us, at onr Wavehonse or Dor* 



GENERAL COUfiHESION BUSINESS, 

Bos; loavn to call the attention of iholr old patrrn 
and tho robllo e anarally, lo thair prosont ploco 
buslneo, THE PACIFIC FHDIT MARKET, whlc' 
l„r lucaibn nod nonnral adaptlblllty to hu..ina.v, th, 
Ihlok li not oioolled, if coaaled, lo San Fraoolieo. 

They alio asW attonllon to Iho following roduccd ral- 
whleb will la future ho charged by Worn as eonjralsslo 



Sulci ynnranlood and nturns inadn Immndlntol 
Porehajos made or morohoodlia, ole, for parties la 
ha Inlorlor, ond attcnllon circa lo ehlpplag Iho 

Thoy alio call ottoalloD t^tuolr Spacious ami 
'aaiesv Ciuiaa, which orTcrs Dno foollitlea t 
torago ond rlpanlng of Winer, etc, and which ba 



Iodi from tha oanors as lo tho time 
hall ba offered thriila. Who n sale i 
oonteoiamlsslanwll! bo ehorg.d. 
OIUVE3, WlLLIAltBiBUCKLEY. 



Apple 



and Pear Trees; 
:, Plum, Pomogmnnto nnd Fig Trees ; 
mon, Ornngo, (in bearing condition); 



Grain, Vegetable) & Flower Seeds of Jap an. 
Of 1SG3, 



RICE SJESDS 



AMERICAN SEED-STORE. 
1863. -""[I™"' 1863. 

JUST BECEIVED II Y STEAMF^ri. [,-r E, p rOM, ClnKt 
l,,,n ,1..- I.,-,-., -ltd t-cl EAST Elt-V BtEO-lUjU.-Li n,:J 



Choice and Reliable Seeds, of the Growth 

of 1362. 

Garden, 

Flower, 

Field, 

Tree, 
Grass and 

Clover Seeds, 

Etc., Etc. 

In Every Variety, 

Which I offer to Doalon and AijrleullurHui (I Ho LOWEST 

..111 ,,f,l-r.- iin.mpLlj „tI rrllnbly flllcd. 



Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY ""li 
CONNECTICUT 

Seed-Leaf Tobacco. 

FHESII AND PURE, 

JCBX llEOElTED, 

. W. K. STRONG, 



Luceroe, Lucerue, Lucerne ! ! 

(OR ALFALFA.) 



50 



FRUIT TREES, 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry Trees, 

Bargain. 



For Sale at 



nAVINO SOLD 



m 



eW A.T VHRT X,0"W PBICa 
All tho GRAPE-VINES nnd Til ! f :-; that 



a thai 



r,-.|.],„- 



r Orders promptly attended lo. 
Direct lo— 

L. EEEVGST, 

tomvAaonl, Mr. DELABIQNE, 3i3 Olay i 
IE Sak FBAsnisc 



WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

"ptOR SALE 11Y— 



i>. i-:. iiraiMI. 
EHFrll'IKliK 4 DIFTOT, 



EECBABB ABU ASPARAGUS ROOTS. 

20.0H) (11ANT ASPARAGUS HOOT3 of largo ilia 
loch as w1II-iiil,.Iuco Bull ,,.-,i,.l ,.i-r i-ilrr :■•:'}} 
par 1,000. 

Also 1,000 Victoria Bhnbard Roots 

ghleh ivlU yield a Crop lie Pint Voar. Prion. S3 per 

Tbo above aro noilhypartloolar attention. Samplt, 
eanhoMon al IhsiJlii,-, ,.,r 1U0 Fnrumr. UiJiT. -l,, 
wUl he qulcklj atlonded lo.j Zl 



36 



THE O^LIFO J BNI^ = EAEMBE 



ffijfj Witairia fawn. 



ik Ibrfr nrifhbaim la 

,i tabieriptloiu.01 f 
Bnbucrlpuoat nujeo 



A PEEH1DF. 

mt six packages of fresh seeds I 



d valuable varieties. Clubs of 
on*, la one lot, will bo entitled 
mber of parcels each. Sbonld 
Ihoso mcotlooed bo prcfi 



TREASURY NOTES AT PAS. 
our part Towards adoptiog the Govern 
ites ns currency, we hereby give nolle 
rill receive tbeLcgal Tender tfotoBBtparfb 
lion lo the Farkbp 



vb dollar n 

ira, or a yen 

eod alone ' 



.ion, bj L 
,icb is v 



will B 






Pnxeanaing Igency. 
HptIde h'.d [ho eir^rlecc- ol over thirty re*" In d&Jl 
In Tree*, Plflnta, Eeftla, anil Agricultural Implement*, we 6 



Irrigation 

■ jean Ibli Journal b 
i injury retailing from 



BeneSt. \ 

■ been bnltiSng against 
-.he bad effects of a gon- 
nndnll Ibo while, prom- 



«T. 






-ymeu, cultivators, newapnpers, »ui 

Bgrlcullnrnl men generally, were upholding th. 

system oflrrigntlon as absolutely essential to th. 

prosperity of agriculture. We art. glad <° " 6 < 

'llnquiBhtnent or this folly by Ibuse iu a poaillou 

exert an influenco in tho right diroetinn. Wo 

ipy Ibo following aa a portion of too Report of 

a Managers of Iho Slaio Agricultural Society— 

la a noilble part or tbs document: 

"The world tans long bclioTed, and practiced 

upon Ita faith, tbal wbcro there was a long dry 

in what should bt tbn growing portion of 

ir, there tnUBt bo irrigation or thero could 

crtalniy of crops. This, however, is com- 

>e questioned. The experiments of the last 

Tow vettm bnio demonstrated to tbe latlsfnction 

iboosands, that good, tbotoogb, deep culture, 

alio Bofficieut lo secure n good crop from al- 

t any of nur dryest plains or bill-aides. To 

the soil Tory deep in tbe firal piaoo, and then 

iTBte often enough tu keep iho aarface finely 

rerlied, will, in our dryest plains, induce so 

:b nbtorpllon of moisture from tbe ntmoBpht 



lYoro Batavla-SoecTs, Etc. _ 
boppy lo lay before oor readera the Intei 
ler of our friend the U. 3. Consul 
.rnest friend of every good word and 
«ork. Mr. Dlebl doea not lo.a hia Interest or 
seal in behalf of California because be la abaent, 
but remembers her aud bis friends alio. Tbeio 
'otters will be very loleiesltog. Tbo box of sseds 
in kindly sent ui, baa been received In perfect 
,rdor, and wo shall oso and distribute so aa lo 
nake them toll for tbe best good of California. 
J Informs ua in another letter, tb.t be is unable 
D ,iaod thB climate, b.s bc.lib bating Buffered, 
ii>.l his pbyslcino ha. advised him lo seek n bigb- 
nrnorthsm latitude. Wo regret Ibnt be is com- 
pelled ID leave hia post, hot fervently hope bis 
Intended tonr will reitora bim to health and hia 
friends again. 
Oor.. lYatunS, Vear Sir 



thai 



ipill.ir 



c frnr 



will bo i 
and thus 



JorJ w 



rrigntion, arc dispensed wllb, 



ilb tbec 
(ally if it 



"Among the bidge-planla used, there an 
Daps, nnne better adapted lo flourish, and 
ill circumstances nccomplisb nil tbal is w. 
,bno the Osage Orange. While it endares drought 
rooted np- 



:.'Hi,v;',' 



Durham and Bizon Cattle, Bland Ban 



log oi I 



:t that 



A Good Example, 
fiom tbe K. V. Tribune i 
reports of the doings at 1 
.S.T. Stale Agricnllui 



o die or be kilt 

he influence of a inrplus nf 

kilties daring tbe grent and 

uf 1862, tbe Osage Ol 
from one to three feet, 

montbs, wllb oat tbe least 



id easily prupagaled, which may prove 
iriiy and effective ; nod il sn, will be o\ 
esirnblo than tbe Osage Orange, be can si 
dditionnl properly of being absolutely ei 



ill be In foluce hi 



i proE table.' 









i Consulate fo| rending and 



extensive notes of Java; and nop 
e good talk 



neither 



i kindly I 



Culifon 



-o you my h- 



Ibli] 



a Jui 



it Iho bark Arrow leave 
,ing, for San Francisco, an- 
s for bis ship in tbe roads I 



r.- fjr.il 



o gay, e 



.-.-■■ neither botany b> 
band able ID give me 
tbe aeeda or their nnt 
member from nbaorvni 

lib spec! 



s adaptation to Callforn 



.tight 



bottles. 






ty get 

ids and pods, wilh your general knowledge of 

tbe ornamental and beautiful, as well as the n 

fill] ynu may be able to classify thorn. Sulli 

nong them are seeds of sfemo nf Iho 

flowering trees I ever saw, and If 

ifully 



. well a, 



scful. 



aomentlwlll 
3 "Mauritius' 
HuTn'j. 



.11 old 
clings to 
yon In Ita 
runlly Yours, 
ISBaKt. S. Dibbl. 
[If. B. We Shall classify nil ibeso scedB ond 
vo a report in n. futnro number. Tboy 
provo a great ncqalsillon to ouf State] 

letters on Eoelal Life. 
[W« publish a letter from "Junius" on "Divorces 
California.'' Tho necessities n! Ihe limes do- 
.il) thnl some Important facta having a beorlng 
tbn well-being or snclety, should bo brooglil to 
•lit, noil when thus Ventilated, wo fool that tho 



mans, has been denied by the members af/iy.. 
ganlintloa bore : but <>■• v are if) diitipUi „.,; t . 
rict—Ot its existence and practice bsrs I A 
Vnowinaly, and I know if bcrcor I speak I 

"P. Ii." would be aa lit an addenda la i, 
thirds of cases on our divorce calendar, M . 
;» ia lo tho same proportion ororrcsts bjonrvl 
.1 pollco. 

go iiiurli for "tbn bead nnd front of this oRt^ 
g." At some other time, if yoa Ibink jqo, j_ 
soefciu- will permit, 1 may proceed lo still fJJ* 
er neulrnllia the objects of Ibis organ Iulig.' 
jamnakiog some of tbe "leaser lights." I| ^ 
mrprlso mnny In learn of persons now battii, 
.it lo good society lo San Francisco, irtlfij^ 
n tbli precious orgonlenlioo. Is unay r^ 
blgb and booornblo walks of lir- mij i e ^ 
these persons, wboao work is Illustrated lo « 



] for e 



led, n 



workings of tbos 
c discord, and bo 



:,-. ,;„.(..'/., ■, 



i ic/jo hoc 



o life. 



i calendars of California. 



Excusing my description, for tbe 

ol "Flamboynnl." IlsFroncbnF 
name, "Pooscinnn Begin." Dot. 
bong Sier.ik," or Peacock flower. 
This Is decidedly one of Ibe most beaulifol ornn- 
lenlnl trees of tbe East, or tbat I hnvn ever seen. 
-, was imported hero from Mauritius, and is said 
> be a native of Birmab. It It alt Its names im- 
ly or express. "Flamboynnl," flaming, daiiling 
ao eyes, in queenly splendor, or, like 1 bo peacock, 
exbibltiog lis beauty to every beholder by its 
dnxiling plumage. It b aaid to be a species of 
"Acocla," but as I have neither bolnuy or friend 
lo consult, or lime lo examine, 1 cannot now de- 
termine. It growa to Ibo blghl of 30 or 4D feet, 
spreading out iU branches from 30 lo 40 feet, nnd 
looks qoile umbrella-like; ita limbs ere often 



d prido to ndvocn 
Igbt — her tine- Ep 
but when onder ibo garb of the "Irao spbero of 
woman," nbo becomes Ibe advocntn uf a cause 
Such aa Junius preseols, we shall speak without 
f.-.-.r iir I'.. -.■ we shall ■! i -I .1. 
ble nnd true, bot remorselessly condemn tbat 
whicb Is Igooblo ood debating lo Ibe best inter- 
ests of society.] 

Tba frequency of applications for divorce lo 
this Stole bns for a long time excited tho interest 
of Ibe publio generally, and not a few able pens 



The Annual Heeling of the N. Y. S. Agric,],, 
ml Society was held at Albany on ibo lui, ■ 
Tbo report of tbe Treasurer shows Ibol |b [n 
ceipls for Ibe year were $1 7,IGD <>! ; expeiliiij 
S13,3Si 06, including S4,-180 11 p " 
urns of tbe laat Slate Fair j cash on 
06, including the State appropriation of «,■ 
for flax machinery premiums. Edward G. fc 
,,f W.^uliejter, was elected as President, ■){ j 
P.Johoiionm Corresponding SBcrt-lnry. TImb, 
ceediog Stale Fair is lo bo br ,J -■ ' 

A Bio EMBiir-iMse.— A party of Aoslilun, 
engaged in sluicing down the earth fromilj 
near Robinson's Ferry, which hill (nccordioj^ 
correspondent or the Tuolumne Courier) \i it A 
a mile high. They bava br-"- 1 - 
Inp of Ibis plnco aod nro ope: 



There ares 
doubtedly have tb 

quality of the se 



"Frailty, Ihy ns 
it tn bo wondered a 
ocd giddy by Ihe Be 
r, woman should I 



517, 16» OS; li 
leaving io the 

Wcciirgel p 
the Society, t 



f their 



learly 51,000, nnd paying 

mention to tbe doings of 
of spending the 0' 
y Interesting disc 
hat the, managers 

variably 



All Ihese ten 

good of tbo canto at nearJ; wbi 

mnnoffs that Socitiiu. 

There is yet another fact cooperating to th 
prosperity or this orgaoiiation: itisa Slate Agri 

of lha people of tbo State Indicate. This system 
makes such institutions popular, | 
perlty, nnd eanbles them to am 
grand object for which they wno 



"Among tbe most unfortunate errors of Cnlifoi 
nin culturitls is the sad neglect of this branch of 
business. With a country.precminently adapted 
to the rapid increase, early maturity nnd perfect 
evclopmuut of dairy t lock ; with n climnlo de- 
landiog little other feed than the gp< 



jility lo prodoce nod fit Tor re 
monthly importation, acrosa 



rablonmi 
!t butler 



!• Iben 
r properly the 



manufacture of those great staples of ever; 

It la true, a few men In Isolated districts, 
embarked In Ibe tuilaess, nnd though working 
only a limited .number of cows, are fast nsceodlo( 
in the scale of wealth. 

■We lee no good reasoo why California thnoli 
-day.bo.ns free from the burdeni of import 



sod Bansra. This work p 



■) are largo, 


red wllb while in th 


s flowering 


.be seeon 


d year an 


ay three mo 




It unde 


eantlful cb 






n foil bloom 


it loses 


mast of i 


quite nnde, 


when 11 1 


said to re 


Trom lis Inb 


ora nnd ' 


beauty gi 


it reaches 


s maturity nl 6 to 


ardy long-1 


ved tree. 


It is mo 






offloweri 


single Irees could not 1 


opurebns 


olbers woul 


freely gi 


enSlOO 



,b a red and wbli 
Wllb a small yelloi 



v this highly floisbed It 



Ibor, Litul. Mowry, to parade tome highly com- 


tleisrs. Arthur k Son arc the sole agents for t 






traitors Id the Jeff. Davis organlmtioo, lo tho pn- 




get of tblt otbcrwlie desirable work. 


upau It at the Alameda County Fair, some thr 


Skctciiib or Ehidbaiit Lipb. — \v"o oro bappy 


years aloce. Tha President nf tbo Society (It 


to present a continuation of luuo interesting 


A. H. Myers), Ihe editor of tbo then Culturl 


sketches from onrcorratpandeol Agnes. We com- 






our two neighbors then supposlog they could g 


rememhered that lha writer has recently pasted 


os a sweat— wonder if they remember it— du 


tbrongh the Gery furnace, aud seen her borne and 


Hunk ll,oy will ever try Itagain— wnbnto laugl 


household gods pass away, her courage and fnitb 


heartily many limes since over ihelr defeat. ] 


will be the boiler aypreclatr d. Hay a new home 


lo Uic Combined Heaper nod llower; Ibis Imp 


apeedlly rise lo welcome her, and new comforts 






vorite, and already toveral hnvo ljutn union .1 li 


Tin Calllai Bat.— Have you received one of tbose 


early In tbo aenson. We call the attention ofp 


light and highly finished hats, Ibe very prettiest 


go «rt L h°m".ad t you7iir Mr Collin. 1 *V B "oM 






menl, given onr grain-growers what they wo 


ronngc. 


and at ibo amount of grnlo planted this year 






Farming Impttixtnti. — Farmers, please remembe 1 




that we shall always ndrerlise those Agricultum 






of trade on tho best terms, therefore, laak ta eu 




colvmnt tor tbe best place lo bay at. 




Tua Agricultural College or P.noiylvanla, las 


tori, nnd they wc ct.rdlnlly inviied, wb.-n In 






numbered 36 ; the Senior Glass I]. 


) salltSed. 



"['I'-" 



forget the lift 
i in proofo 



f hour of summer existence— lo fall pi 

:led and deserted, with ibe first keen blast 

umaal adversity T 

3, it must bo confessed, ii 

ullipllcity of divorces in California; audit 

y from tbo plausibility uf 

, more direct influence to this end baa ea- 



sing 



isle*), 



quarU ledge suspeeted of having secnM 
tbcreab'outa. Tho indicatiuns are ».- ' 
good, aod [bey hnvo already found 
h Boat rnek. 



Of til 

PxsBin *t List.— That bono of conlenttBiiJ 
.nte Capitol Bill, whicb provides for toenail 
of 516,000 nonually, fo •' 

ilding nt Sacramento, passed noillyi 



ihe 



anting li 






The li,.vi. 
i it n l,n 
gond as 



p signal* 



II rosj i:. 



IUi.v. — Dr. Logan repor 



urlh ol 



arly eight 



The Bedouins, says Tlilson, are a most aluluil 
lilitnry race, nnd yet it is nil undnubled ttt\U 
he quantity of food usually consumed by llifc 
renter part of thorn, docs not exceed six KM 

day. Six or seven dates soaked in moiled *»' 
cr, serve a man a wholo day, and he tiltss 

imself bappy when bo can ndd a small quit 
if coarse flour or a little ball of rice. 



TnEABUBK Sbiphrst.— The Slesraer CooiU-| 'V 
ioa, whicb sailed last Monday, HrakSl,Ul,M7E 
1 is shipped as follows : To England SSiS/fll H 
o New York S214,8a2 07, lo Panama $16,100 II 
'ho shipments for 1863 lo this da!- nraMUIc, 



Tbia 



only of !i 
com of <, 
of life as 



appllci 



in, It conSnt 



ociely. Their enpneity for a' 



in," with lilac fj 
■ranches, re semi. 
■o "Roe poo Itocp 



aiblingtheloe 
13. A small 
it high, with I 



next week. 


"This Is a 


only gives j 


u no Idea!) 


nducled her 


. The Dutc 


people, and 


lo obtnio la 


e, here, Is c 


tremely diffle 



In.r 



la tbe ye 



-on this 
poof a 



m, who v. 

1. Before leavi 

New York she arranged a "female immigrate 

fortunately fur Iho reputation 

California morals, reduced Its Intended mogni 

uns from tno hundred to three la 

This woman, postesslag talent a 

oo clonk of "a struggling advoei 

rights," bns exercised a most pen 

:o upon Callfurnln Boeloty. Herself 






.■.„,,ti„„, 



rin B er| |. 

many 1 
ortby e 



a to her own io 
io. Artful as th 
ionler In her th 
lilies; tbat poir 
FausiUB hlmsel 
d Ibo destroying 



piled wi 

l.Vililorn 



from the East Indies an-1 A 



nbroad — it Is prixed out 



i catalog i 
t, but I a 



o hold fron 



a continuity of 
ociely, beeor 
concent roll 



It 


sstnt 


d that, with 




^■r. 


ikeTKtiiil 


lops 


rtroco 


la just able 




oogh jre* 


mall 










thetifCB 


Err no pca;. 


amcat Tor on 


day 






—A depalnti 


nhn 


WO 


cd npes 6 
























i h Lr._-._-3 l " 




,A ISir 














7 of Prcsido 






























•■■: 




jut I'r.wic.. - 


nil r 




Th? '<--> 




plv c„ 


demos Ibis ru 
























n from St. Pi 


ersb 

















•irring mnnifcato, culling lbs ™ s | 






THE KEW STYLE HAT, COHBAHB! 3 
H ATS! H ATSI rt 

J.UIKS C. < (.1,1,17.^. HiS-S.Vi ;'■■,. 
public aeeci-lly •"■ «""* I 



•J I.I ■.-li,,,-,- 



New Spi-ing and Snminer St; 
SILKHAT FOBlSOl 



)leted tho work of ruin—ui 

1 sought now prey. 

io enthusiastic, however, la 

ess— sho has, fonui 

imforlably oolorloi 

i her guilty head I 

mualty ol n oelghb 

eavo^ Ihnt locality wjtb a somewhat impaired 

■irongh paliiitol JnUuenco Ibis 

llullaus ; but Trom whonco after n brief eulov- 
, "ibe r.ward of her crimes" In .he force of 



11 ' ""„.!, fn orf/iioijing, p rcf i Dq( [o ,, b . 

has'culmC?" "" , EMl ' ° n ■"»"'«'"'■ -W«h 
Bnolbllallo. ___*™,*i"" l,l,,,,li , _ B, " lti0 « ln " n / 



True Hubbard Squas- 

rALLIKVorOB^HJ 



BALMORAL WURSERV 

Seed and Produce DepHj 

Fort atreot, TlclorW* 

fJlllE UHDEnsiONED WILL UECEIVE O*^ 

of KeS°»0U Ol fwit.., l«SSM™Vl"t!ir> "Jj'g/o" 

lUnacita— Slouri tien,, M u i Cu , IW*'"', J 
pi Uh.^ n r. ni..i,ii n: P . l"i» r I 



T 



HE OALIFOENIAjABSi 



37 



CofloBrnins Military arrestn for the Public 
Safety. 









».] 



lot fools, n.nd 
^Tresd, tbitt vrbcn the President nrreiti ram 
-ta.slIerriroeno.ndrc.vDe, enraged io murder- 
I,, our un.rm.-J soldier* io Baltimore, cou,,n S I" 
(^.IhliCpiuirron .bo torch; or ■ whn .be 
B.mill.oKrtii ™b»,«m B the brldg-es oyer 

-„„,«» blow aver)- badge- of Repoblienn gov- 
L.» ..J i. g ilij of new of despotism 
' Wbj sir, the undue- 






• ibis n, 



.lion, itist 






tUgecon-l coroicvnd of Wasbloglon, these mil 
an ktuli «er= Mmo-t daily. Soma wei 
^ed with bno, "inimical l0 «h« lib«rtl« or 

££«,■■« In the cm. of Cooco.lj eodolbo 
faJlMjlirad. Oihera wild "unrniup; W«;bin E t< 
UCoom,-^,"-'- ibe ce«e of Kirkpalrlck, of 
liMimc Stale. Others for "expressing Moiu 



lajd 






o lb.ii 



albo 



of B 



Other, 



^^Hhosuno State 

inulao liberty, " m io the case of Josim. «=. 

Of lie a«ac Stair. Others for being "disaUcct. 

U lb* enuie of American freedom," us in the en 

or M Friend; inten from Philadelphia nod Impr 
I ,™ed it Winchester, Virginia. Others for beii 

£..»„.,« of hcinn le.vuli.ls, « in the cue of Ci 
id daring the 
Hartford, Conn. Wbj, 

Rta Washington, tbrongbout "»• war, bj : 

Bn authority, and in disregard ol habtat cotp\ 

for tbo public safety, tbeao o 



Henry Frcy. of New Yor 






.1 Sew Orleans by Jackson, he re- 
^ReiTcd the plaudit! of bis government; "d for 
I Ibem, by Geo. Wilkinson, at Ibe time of Burr's 
I conspiracy, bo was applauded by Mr. Jefferson, 
I who said : 

reidv 10 ri.it huii ■■:( in 'f'«x beyond the sirict 
I Use or l»w, when the Public preservation teooirei 
I It. His motives v\U be a justification as far as 
I there is any discretion in hi. ultra-legal proceed- 
I inn!, and no indulgence of prirote feelings. 

Your sendiog here Swart wont and Bollman, and 
I siding to idem Burr, Blennerbnsjot, and Tyler. 
I should they fill into vour bund*, will bo support- 

The Fed- and the liitle band of Quids in oppo- 

^Ptflinn, will try to make something of the infringe. 

I meet of libtdvhr ibo miliiary nrresta and do 

portion ol dli:-r,.:; but if il does not go be 

Dlcontrhayett, Tyler, etc., Ibey will bo supported 

by lucpnblic approbation. 

And these acts by Jackson and Wilkinson were 

I lone at a time when the public danger was to 

-ii^o-in now as Ibe soruruer bree« to the sweep of 

v^Jlhe linrrlcnno. Tell us that these military arrests 




FTJRNIT TJ RE I 



PREMIUMS 

WOBIJ>« FAIB 





HDAPBBS awx> m:ox^-eh.s. 

CAPACITY inltrf to <ho demand, of Dria great 0,alu- f r01.1u B State. 

TYe^YwJk Combined 3Xaolii«es, are 



for "public safety*' nro uoheara 
[ism, not dared lo bo made by amocraia, vrnei 
Know thai from the conspiracy of Calaliue It 
I rebellion of Dorr, in every citillied Govern 
•under the hcaTeos, they bave been resorted I 

s means of preserving the Siole. 



lOSS OP DIFFERENT Sli 
LEVEL PLATFORM, "Mf 
CII.ttY.rilh-hleb.Uio a. 



b. WILL CUT to It* FEET nnlli, and 
A MACHINE ihitforiheiino 



a Reaper, or Ibo fctiht 



rala-A3 HE &TAHD3 DPE1GHT. 



akle-hlU.andr.alhePI.lni. 
Ttiln ta Iba Blacluinllh-.hap, end a freeucni 



Tl.ere «-. MO jrf «» ( J'*^ °J n (J,, , ™|™. EXTRAS of all kinds aWay. on hand, with- 

^V fuU Assortment of Agricultural Implements, 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods. 



WEL HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaar, 

So. 321 Montgomery street. 

A valuable invoice of Goods, embracing u fni 



AQRICOLTUKAL 



itOH LACQUERED 4 INLAID FAKCY GOODS, 
OAOISETS, ETC, 
IBTOISF-SHIILL, 1V0R.Y and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK, In gteut variety; 
PAK3, of every style 5 
RK'il «ILKS. CRAPES, aod TINA G0OD3i 
8UBH0IDEBED SHAWLS, and AI'BOSS, HAND. 
( KEECH1EFS, BTO.: 
Kgether with a full supply of KOG-SHEL Land 
FANCY P0RCF.LA1N, DIN NEB, TEA nod 
' COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, HAPS, ETC ; 

Bs NESTS CA IIP 110 R- WOOD TRUNKS ; 
IS CAMPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS; 
8UPEIL1UI'. JAPANESE TEA, at Wholemlc and 



Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

2tn AJN"UI\A.C3 T XT n 33B 8 
ta and Importan of jSaj^V 

^ HARNESS,^* 

S addles, 33i-1<3JLoh, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Has, 214 and 218 Battery street, 

SAX FRAXCISCO, 



ay have, wo -lib It understood [hit aRbou^a ho kti 
10 lsrcest Wboluala Stock In tbo conolry, iras 
rders and Retail Cuilemon will rtceWa every alio: 

FARMERS and others will da well to call an 
oforo purebailor, " the rate of Eaitara Eicbaa, 
isiIDes us In oITerlne goodi at REDUCED RATES. 

(il<[> ILAAnBHS, IDE itir I' i' Gnaat. " 



R. B, FORDHMI, 

■"WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

gf| GROCER, ffl 

K^J.0 CJK.C. «w US 

JACUSO\ and FRONT §treets. 

COilPLETB STOCK OF GOODS, 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

T^^TtEEEOTTSIE. 

PABTICULAB ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH- 
nia HOTEL AND FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

BAN FRANCISCO. 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, I 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Sell Cheaper than auy EotLSe 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WIOKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
CO AL-OI L, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET ILLUMINATING OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARl) OIL, 

MACHINERY OIL, 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 



MED A.L 

AWARDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, 1SG2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

....TO THE.... 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE, 

Paris Exlilblllon, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Universally Acknowledged 

TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST KEOEITED. 
j^- Cull and einralno before purchasing. 

11, w. ivADgiromn, Agent, 

SAN FRAXCISCO. 



IV. E. GRIMES, 

IMPOBTBB, 
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Furniture 

....AND.... 

Bedding, 

620 Battery street, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PACIFC, 

BAH FRANCISCO. 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And liA poblio Ren«»llT, Its tout eomplolo assortment 

/ .-op— 

FUIRnsriTTTIRE, 

IN TDE MARKET, 
AT REDU CED RATES. 

Cooulrj Orion (elicited and promptly attended to. 

N. E. GRIMES, 

Bclom JickKB ud Fulic 

GRI3IRS ti PJSr/TOS, 19 ind Dl Fourth Itrert. be 
HocnJooJK, SACRAMEKTO. 11 



BUCKEYE MOWER. 




THE SUCCESS WDJCH THE 

3uols.eye Mowrer 



« lar. 



t It Is 



Wo Teel wnfldeni 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

iceded w> to bo by Fotmcn In orery etctlon of 
d Machine. 






MILITARY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Swords, Belts, Baaheg, Etc, 
Inr«rler«iid Maoofoclnrer of 
SEOALlA.HASHKTtS, FL1Q9, MILITARY I 



BocliUxe, Millurr ood CI tie ProeeMlooi. 

T. HODflER' .MHSSCiS, 

Mii-r.-u-n.'. ii.'.i. i-.ii i.-u..'. 

3 Odd door bolow EeamJ 



SlOO BOUNTY! 

m <*&&- f i 

Rally for (lie Union I 
THE CALIF0BHL8. COHTfflGEHTl 

rJIHE UNDERflJGMRD HAVING BRUM rOUsllS'lOHe 



He. &c. 



tj7-0.r< 






HAYNES & LAWTON, 

jgn iHPoaTEiia op «i 

VCROCKERT, <!& 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH OHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 



SOLE AOEHTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 

IG SANSOMB STItEET, Ci.H'.NIji MI-:I!i'[|.\;;t. 

11 BdH FBAHCiaco. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITH 

We-w Improvements, 

JUST EEOEIVED, 

ABE THE OHLY PEEPECT BIACHIJIE8 

....FOR.... 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING. 

TJMBROID SRINGi; 
OH MOST ECONOMICAL 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IN USE. 



THE BUCKEYE AS A REAPER. 

hlch belong to thoBuokojo 
.Ined In the Reaper. 



Tbo Important ad' 
u a. Mrme 
We ;..|.| a large 
nho bad them pay too uuvaatp u 

Tlie Illaclilno Tor Galirornla, 

It nlll ndapt Iliolf lo erery mrraee of eronod i will run 
lighter nnd deliver It, imin easier and bolter than any 
Giher rtaper Tb u llataori Mat li diroolly oter Iho 
mloof Ibo Machic im^-'l"! l.t-ioi: -.-a Ibo Platform, 
where It adds greatly lo the drnoght. 

We hmo n. NEW and IHPBOVEP BF,i:L io.I V.Ki'l 
rimform, with otbor Ireproremoolt, on Ibo BUOKEIE 



Haines Illinois" Header, 

blob be* proved iliolf lo be Ibo BEST II ARVEsTLWO 

MACHINE IN' THE STATE, il belo* ibo 

ooly Header *hlch bu iiood iho teit 

for (he put £>e yean. 

* 

Bale Ageots for tbo celebrated— 

Sweepstakes Tliraslier, 

Mnnnfaotnred by 
C, ADLTMAN * GO Canton, Ohio. 

Together «lth % foil ausrtment of 

Agricultural Implements. 

j- Farmers, (end for aBOOKr-Ith fall dweilptlon. 

IIAWLEY &, CO., 

Corner at California and Battery streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



H. W. WADSWORTH, 

Cur. Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAX FRANCISCO, 



&. 



C. E. < 'OI.LIVS, 



American Watch Factory, 



38 



THE CALIPO E KLAFAEMBB. 



gomt glisftllaiill. / 



To Iho i 



i FOIKT. 
nlwdcntucliriolrortbowortd 
rao [rumbling h»k behind— 
It are ml aod tbe Dig nnfurlcd 
oopoftbeltoru>and.rlod? 
My father died— and ray raolhor died— 

Tier ™ tco B 053 ooongh fur boBvon ; 
Yet Iho dod 'hut fell on their cnfnn-lld, 

My bruited yonng hsari bad riren. 
Bo dark and still seemed tbe n i Jo, wide earth, 

With iti bosom Ml of graver, 
And Ibo nasi nind illrred Id a raocIuDg mirth, 



Me, the vrorld »nd I wrrt 



Bbi the tempest but 90 r<Hufu]]y illd, 

Ai It novo in the heart of tbo tender ehili 
And traced dd itfj happy face. 

Othiri look back to a cheerful home-henr 
And a doer when Ibo Undent wave ; 

My pilgrimage lurtl id the orphaned ui 
Prom the thro-hold of a gravo. 



IZ 



ANGELS IN THE HEAJtT. 

Tar. heart is full of gucst-chorobors that ore 
never enptyi anfl u tho bearl Is the scat of life, 
these gnosis are continually asting upon Ibo 

qui] and happy, if goad ; disturbed and mist 

None can open the door and cotno in, uolo: 

lvatchjitid nnrd. If wo leave wide open the 
of onr bouses, or neglect 10 fasten them ii 
night season, thieves nnd robbers will enter 
despoil oe at nil]. So if wo lean the heart 
guarded, enemies will come in, Bat Lf-wO 
tbo door to good affections ooly— tvbich arc E 



through noguarded p 
citadel of life: and tl 



■as on unhappy man; nod yet of ibis 
, after which he hid striven, be bad 
:. Wealth, honor amung men, loiory. 



.oldingnpen the door; others hid cotno 
ealih, while tbo entrance *os nil nn- 

?r»s odd of these guests, and she gave bim 

Ho could not bear that another should 

>il' him in anything. A certain petf in 

:h ho attended was regarded as most do- 



tiot 



failed 



' all 1 



mg yen 



mother fair 



t look 



(bo Sab hath 
had a pew regarded as belter situ- 
ated than his ; and now he enjoyed those service! 
tas little through annoyance at having given bc 
large a price ior tbo right of choice, that peopli 
•railed tvboothoy beard tho sum nnmed. Ho bad 
poid loo dear for tbc privilege, and the ft 
away enjoyment. 

Envy tormented him In a hundred nifTo 
ways. He could not enjoy his friend's eiou 
ptatnary or paintings, because of a secret intl 
lion In bis benrt Ibat his friend was hou 
aba yd him in their posses si 00. Twi 
almost palatini residences, because 
tcctural attractions were thrown into the shade by 
dwellings or later construction. Thousands 
dollars each year Ibis troublesome goes! cost hi 
aod ytt sbo would never let bim be at ease. 

Detraction, twin-.ister of Envy, was „U , 
while poiotingoot defects in friends and oeij 
bor». Bo saw their faults and bard pecollnrili 
but rarely their good qoalilies. Then Doubt c 



..in-] .. 



rust creplio through tho unguar 
1 after their oolranoe Markland b. 
>sily or tho roturc ; to fear lest 
1 of worldly prosperity were not 



ded doo 



•s -present, hot did not 
eelteth np, and whom He will 
Doubt and Distrust re 



.. 1 1, .a (,„ 



conld s 



Affections, n-helher evil or good, are socla 
their character, and obey social lows. They 
not like to dwell alone, and therefore seek roni 
ial friendships. They draw to themselves c 
to quality, Bnd are not salisGcd 



they n 



[0 of Markland, Envy made roon 
.tcr Detraction ; Ill-will, jenloosy, 
,nd a teeming brood of rnnlevi 
irrdcd Into his heart, possessing its 
ro a warning reached him of tbelr n| 



e for 



■neb guests la bis bi 



fesr, anxiety, solicitude, suspicion, desponi 
(orcboding. Marklsad had only to open his oyes 



nnsighlly wrecks ofpalac 



.1 nhid 



Villi . 



and forethought, and ns he contemplated these 
Donbl, Distrust, and tbelr companions, filled hi! 
mind with alarming thnughts, and bo oppressor 
bim with a sense of Insecurity tbnt, at limes, hi 
saw the advancing shadow of misfortune on hi! 



Tbusi 



growing more and t 
creased. Was tber 
while hit benrt was 



with Msrklnnd at fifty. Ho bnd nil 
] nil, ho felt himself 



ore nnbappy as tho years In- 

uo remedy for this 7 Til 

a filled with evil nifectl. 






is Pity c. 



admission, bo 
to douhle-bor it against her. 
but Avarice stood sentinel. Envy was fo 
(using to let good-will, appreciation, 
delight, come io. Detraction would 

made deadly assault upon faith, and t 



of his heart 
', UnWindoeis 
isily knocked 

in, approval, 
uld give no 
nee. Doubt 



it 90 happened on n time, that Hurklnnd, while 
landing in one or bis wolt-fillcd warehouses, saw 
child enter, aod come towards bim in a timid. 



"A beggar 1 Drive her nway," said Unkiodness 




and Suspicion, both arousing themselves. 


Comprising in SILKSj 


her hack, when Compassion, who had jnst then 


TAFFETAS, QR03 DE ZURICH, BLACK 


foond nn old way into bis heart, bidden for a long 


Rich lloiro Am lone; 
Fancy, Plaid and Plain -ilk-. 



peace such as bo bad not known Tor many years 
alarklnnd fell asleep, Bud In bio sleep, there camo 
to bim a dream of the human heart and its guest- 
chamber ; and wbal wo bavo faintly suggested was 
made visible to bim Ii 
jaw bow evil affections, 
therein, became Its cnci 
bonvjust In'lbo degree 
lioas (•aiiied entrance, t) 
and SBiislactlon. 

"I have looked into n 

Tho incident or the child, and tho dream thn 
followed, were, io Providence, sent for llnrklaud 1 



n permitted to dwell 
nod lormeutors ; (11 
bind and good nlfe 
vas penco, tranquillity 



ondy I 



1 the face of opposiog st 
3, peopliog tbo guesl-ct 



NEW GOODS!! 

KIRBY, BYRNE 8s CO., 

DAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A LASGE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS. 



Shoissuch a little child 1" 
'A thieving beggar!" cried Pokindnesa nnd 
Suspicion, nngrily. 

"A weak little child," plended Compassion. 
Don't bo bard with her. Speak kindly." 

Compossioa prevailed. Her voice bnd awakened 
ito life some old and long sleeping memories, 
larkland was himself, for tbo moment, n child, 
ill of pity, tenderness and loviog-klndnesi. Com- 
asslon had nlrcady uncovered the faraway past, 

"Well, little one, what is wanted?" 
Markland hardly knew bis own voice, it was so 
mile and inviting. 

How the pale, pure face of tbc child warmed 
idbrlghtonedl Gratefully, with hnpo and trust 
, her ayes, sbo looked up to the merchant. There 
as no answer on her lips, for this nneipected 



nfl", thren 
ords aim 


anger 


badmctherso oft 


u, tbn 


soft 


"Well, w 


ial can 


I do for yon?" 






Compass 


on" hold 


open tho door tbr 


angh which 




nn en 


rauce, ond nlrcady good 


will, 






ictlon had coma li 






"Mother 


s sick, 


said tbe child. 






"A lying 


TBgran 


1" eicl aimed Snsp 


cion, ja 












"There i 


troth 


n her face," said 


'ompn 


sinn, 


eadiogly 




tho same time, sbo 


unvail 




nsgo, shn 


ply co 


in tho past of Jla 


klnnd' 


life 



1 image of bis owo beloved, but Inng sainted 
nthcr, paloand wasted on her dying hed. 
"Give this to your mother," hastily taking t 
in from his pocket. There was more or bumao 
oduess in bis voice than it hnd expressed foi 

"God bless yon, oir," the child dronned bm 



en aa she slowly passed to tho warehouse door, 

10, alone, nf tbo many tn whom she hnd made 
icitailou that day, had answered tier in. kiad- 

'So much for [he encouragement nf vagrancy," 

d Suspicion. 

"Played nn by the artof a cunning child," said 
Pride. 

Markland began to bo njbnmed of his momen- 
ary weakness. Bnt ho was not nnw wholly at 
he mercy or the gnesls who bad so long lormenl- 
id him. Compassion, good-will and kindness, 
Tore now his guests also ; and they had other and 
Jlensnntur suggestions for his mind. Tbo child's 
■God bless you, sir," they repeated over and over 
igaln, softening [he young voice, nnd giving it So- 
ld loving slate. 



ryju. 



neJ Ihen 






earlier 
lent froi 



d pun 



10 felt. Taking u 



■ ■■■I !>,..[ 



ptnpertyofawell 
Tchnot. Envy did not mora quickly 
nougb. The nld love of beauty nn d nnlurs 
■hich envy, detraction, greed or gain, nnd tbci 

good-will, and Irnnquillity, congHiinl i t i, .„,[ ., Sl 
oof art and benutyrnlcd his mind in spile t 
ry, and Jlnrkland found real plensuro In tb 
Ideal given him by the description bo road. ] 
'■ was almost anew sensation. 
A friend eomo in and spoke in praise of on 
ho bnd performed a generous deed. There wo 
i Instant motion among tbo guests In Marklond 1 
tart, the evl] Inciting to envy and detraction, tb 
ood to approval nnd omulatloo. Trnnqulllli 
mved tire door through which sbo bnd como It 
1 If tn depnrt ; bnt good-will, kindness, and ap 

at detraction were shorn, for tho lime, of tbei 



Wondering, ( 



s lay t 



!r Ibo strange peace that 



1 Ibat night, 



In DHESS GOODS, 



Silk and Wool FnolMEi 


Poplin d 


Anigon 


Flaia Irish aod Free 


h Poi>lln 




PI aid da do 


do 




Plain anil Fle'd Ottoman 


and Mor 




Rich all-wool Platill, 




a Lnino 


Mohairs, Eplngli 


0, Foular 





and .voir variety of fVEW DRtSS QOODS, nowwi 
In New York, including tho popular, 

ROBE IMPERATEICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

In Style aod Malarial. 



In FURS, 



Par Cloaks, 

For Mantillas, 
Fur Tippets, 
Vleturinei, 
and For Collars, aod Cuus— How. 

-..WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADB 

AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IBI8H LINENS, 

SHIHTINQ LIMBW. 

LUTEIN" SHEETING, 

Linen Damuk. Ulolhi and Nepklni, 

And Li nan Cam brio llnodkorchiors. 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 
la Now Open for lue Retcptlon of Gnesls. 

fpiIfS HOUSE DAS ALL THE MODERN IM- 
avory'renieot t° n thfl Blrit-olass Homes of iho AUaollo 
Tho spacious 

HEADING AND EXCHANGE ROOMS, 
batetKionultodupivllhrjuoial leferiaca la tho wmfort 
; ':"V^"-i'V;;'!i':.mi l u "''i.> l .!'""i".uilNL^ r FOK , MlS- 
E11ALS. Alfo- 

A iIiaiM Ii Telegrapli Office, 

linos throughout Iho connlry. 






Proprletaw. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Comer of Market, Battery, and Bash sfreet 




be most fiL-tlili™. Tho Tables nil] bo janplitd nith 
tory lainry»f tho roaeoni. This Dopirtuienl Bill bo 
ntlroly distinct from tha Hotel, though openinifrom It. 
ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

it well ns Single Rooms for Tramlent Patrons. 

Tho looatioo or this Hotel Is unmrpOHod, ovorlooklne 

Iho Bay, and gives ono of the Sooit piojpccts, nllb 

riowi of onr entire oily and tho surrounding connlry. 

SAIUL'L nleCUbLOUGH & CO., 

2i Praprietors. 



HOMESTEAJ) 
FREE! 

3Ve-w City of 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 
AMTOCH and BEW YOfiK, 

at tbe mouth of tho 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers ! 



TITLE PERFECT, 

-A. PATENT 

EXITED STATES. 
5,000 

Building Lots! 
300 

TO BE GIVEN AWAT1 



DISTRIBUTED FREEI 



To B 



Aridili 



:ks of Embrniderie 
6 Rid Gloves, Bnlmi 
and Skirting, II...»« 



keeping Gi.___, 

kcis, QuLlta, Dnd. 
Sluelins and She 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
So. t .U uniform- r v. 



Twenty-flve Cents! 

AMBROTYPES 
JOHIVSOJVS 

First Premium Gallery. 

»». US CLAr STBEM...SM JBiNOISOO. 
FOR BO OEKT3, 

in>oto lnwbll to '° 17'lVno^. 

«;?,svi£z-s\:\- ■— )«•"••■■ «» 

Tn... i..„. L nl ,,';' ■'■' 1 .11., i,„ 

i».&Br°r. mn ii ur .i,„V„, ;„:,;..,;;!:';;■■ "■■' Jq»«. aii 

THIS IS NO HUMBUQ 

w. m. .1 .ki j._bi,i.„ „,,;, mik u 

Bowaro or InipoMe,, , , 









1 v!i.„ I, v , L . ,M :,".-, ';■■!'■'-, '•■'•• "' ' M- :■!;., 




C OLDEN EAGLE 

§HOTEL 

Corner SeventU and U (streets. 
SACRAMENTO. 

TnrS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC 
r'nomororFainiliov-ind Torino Traveler. 

Tho Proprietor ha- (pared neilbor ei|<ensa or can 
anko his Ilolel one that shall always ho acceptable and 
iloaEant to all thai mar favor him with 

Wilh ample nccoin modat Ions by means of spaelotu 
iultesor Rooms tor Familial, aod by rocoat onl 
iccommodolionj.heiiconudontthat visitors will 1 
lesallslled nnd feel at Homo. 

Pntticnlnr attenllen will always bo paid to [hi 



or tbo 
nodi bi 



1, by 1 



v.NllKl 



tho WBBll or Boardor*! while [he TAI1LE= AIM be 
ovlded wilh tho very bast Iho seasoo afTurds. 
Dabuiaobb, to and from the Tldel to iho Hailrood 
.« and Sloamen, at oil timon. Free of Cbnr_-o Io [ho 
.irons of tho liotol. Holel open all night. 

r Conoocled wilh Iho Holel U a Flre-proof STABLB 
pro .1; tb c [hg care of Horses and Carriagoo. or ihe 

D. E. CALLAHAN, 

10 PiiopiiitTon. 



ESTABLISHED 1B80. 

AGENCY 

OF TUB 

Mission Woolen Mills 



■A iIlajMicti OrJon 
soporlorqaillly; 



OOLDEH STATU 0EHT3 LOHOJHAWLB, all Wool 
TWEKDS.doDbloBnd sluiilo ^Idlli II W 



LiZARD PRERES. AoonL. Tor Mill 



all Brst mnke replication, onj 
CiOrili, CLE AH IU-:i-:n srivon 111 rmci; (oncoodilii* 
.Hy), lenvinr; it 10 tbo oplion of tbe party 

TO IMPilOVE.On N'fIT; 
■utit is eipecii'd ihui ih-^i.- Mimic une of thn',:i 
-nl.- mil n:;i. [heir i i,i|.i..im... in -Jir- ■..-liiij; r . r r=.;i 
eokiugn Home in Culifornin, to tbe 

NEW 01TYASD C'UU.S'TY. 
By so doing, thc-y will be tbo means or gettisx 
""' than if (hey were lo improvethi 



Money Loaned 

To 8noh as Build Immediately on the Pre* 
lien, at a Low Kate of Interest. 



rnGDEST ri.oi.ui last v.-lvteil 

Tbo vnat region of flno connlrv around ills 
idlyGlling up, nnd if the uninlerropled na> 

ns it has done for tbe lasl Ove jeors, there 
reason why Collinsrillo should not become a 

Great and Commercial City, 

it being a midway stoppinir-pluco Tor tbo (la 
daily from San Francisco to Sacramento. 
Alroidy, nl nnd uroiind Collinsville, then 



■ New Washing Machine, 

'KNOWLEDGE SHALL BE INCREASED " 

T^^^Vuo^JK.y^ ™*at™. 



.' , .n:;^ 1 i7 , o:;t l ^™.^»«i r w«;br::i.;:;,bL l ! 
Thi. M.ebio,.iirt or ;' , , 



Wiiarf, 



$10,000. 

The Farming Connlry in Solano CnnDly ai 
not be Surpassed, 

no mil, springs of pure wnter, etc., etc tb 
imnlo is milder, hath in summer nod trinltf, 
on nlmnst tiny olher pnrt of Cnlifornin. 

A CITY 
th sneli nallnntlon, surrounded hy go msrjntf- 

A GREAT and GLOUIOCS DESTINY. I 

I'uri, Antioch 11ml Xi-.v V,,,:;, „,".i. i„i. [Ii.-.li^lacn 
'"Hy :t.-| mil. j, by lin,.|, d S.m Friuicisco, bciO£» 
invitJE or 

Over One Hundred Wiles to those who Drin 
Slock (0 that Market. 



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Somo persons, not rool 




.r,.pi-riv 111 utiv ciii L .j, 






nv lots, not Ituowing 






Why, nu 111l1.i111.il, ii 1, 








he rl.ii.. of „ur lols m D 




'11, .11 .iivay, i,.i,l u,,,-,,. 


aiding tbe remaining 


irothnonnorsofahan 


jo mo property. 



The Very lots You now Becclvo may i» 

less than Three Years be Worth 

Thousands of Dollars I 

We would, Ihorefore, say In thoso who desire is 

avail 111. 111 -,.1^.3 ,,f 1 hi. iil, ur ,il olitr, to address « 
nl tbolr earliost convenience. 



TO AGENTS. 

Any person tvho will net ns Agent, nnd get up « 



for 1*1.! 


n of th 


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CollinsvilleLand Company' 

318 Cnllfurnia Street, S. P., Cal. ,' 
Box No. 1015 Post Office:?an BranouwO' 



THE OALIFOBKIA JF ABMEB^ 



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ButkolH 



BO "WE IN" BEOTHEE, 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALEBS IS **g=3=&L 

STAPLE AND SELECT FASCY li'4^SL 

GROCERIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

OF jiVBKT KIND, AT LOW PRICES. 
Jon ii ulnayi given t» the selection « f °« «« k of Owa"-" Mlln S' "licit! are prepared ■ 
SPECIALITIES, for our 

IF 1 -A. M I X* "X" TH.^-X>E3, 

^HmOH AS— 

" OLD JAVA COFFEE, ^ nil othtr choice kinds. 

I w TEAS , r tho very choicest, Eelcotcd rvlth tile greatest cure, for Family Bse. 
SUGARS, pure BcGned, Crushed, Powdered, nod every choice variety. 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams, Dried Fruit of nil kiuda. 
SPICES innumerable nod for every use. SIRUPS of Iho v 
BUTTER &.CHEESE'r?mthcmoiteclebri 1 wdI)f 
^fc«ELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, tbnvory 
core but the hrr«; thojo that dt " ' " : ' '■' 

BONELEES"' SARDINES, » real luJ 

HERKIMER COUNTY CHEESE, superior to any Choose in the country. 
TfflNGWOKTH'S ISABELLA. ADMID CATAWBA WINES, 
lJ " Beth Sparkling sod Still, especially for Family Bus. 

^^■blilhaioryotbersrlicle needed In the Culinary derailment of the Hoosehnltl, and tho njual FamUy 

until beGlltJ 
Oatfritul; 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 



j choicest. 
>, choicest Eastern. 
a Bond, ns wo keep 
r»ble Wines, ele, or for Medicinal purposes, oan rely 
SPANISH OLIVES, of superior quafily 



:„„ ,„!, lnuinrjs of our Pultons iHchl and [tleisaut, al 
.1 ',:-.;. i!.-h, rcrjj G.-*Ji ftut (■■• -ill I"" uf the eilj iiromrtlj, without 

untrvtbat favor us with Order!, will have Ihoir roods se ' 

Order sent ni will lK '--"'■ 



did 10 with the , 



lTolite 



BO WEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
Ban FranoiBCO, 



BBA3CII STORE-TIuilt 



BIGELOW BEOS. 8s FLINT, 
CENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

FIEB A.1STD LIFE. 



OFFICE— Xorttiwest Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 !! I 

LII^E DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY/, 

OF ICSTEW TORE: 
Wtltl mutual. Th? only only Slock Company in Anuria vhoie Charier prociSet (lot nil the profits thttll 



Qng the policy holders, 
.y or sending epppliestions to New York, 
lorr. and transit to and rrora tho States to Califor 
jr added to policy. 



tof Fremlno 



I Klthoal eilra :'j..r : ■■ Dividends .., j iu- i to 

P^SONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HARTFORD, COISTIM ; 
Koaidc'nco in California Free of extra charge. 
s 50 per cent Dividcndi annually, and the Assured can If he desires giro a nolo fo; 



THE CELEBRATED 




COOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR. 

Thirty National end State Fairs. 

THE OHLT HELIABLE EVA? ORATOR I 

F _, 



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CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For Hale By 

A. P. BRAYTON 8b CO., 




FOR SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 

The Best Location For 
BBSIDBHOBS. 

HAYING LAID OUT MY "nOPEIlTY, WHICH 13 

CITY OF SAN JOSE, 
Into Lots and. street s a 



rnrtj- . 



To seme of tho but melt ni 

Five- new Home, hava Jo 
■olivine In them. Other 
. This St 



id lam 



Son Fraucisci 



undinfuctTHEHE IS K 



I tho ImmiIoii hi= 



d Tbe 



E BETTER, 



fn the~Kbolo town. - "I Intend to sell 

Abont Ten Lots more — Cheap, 

snd Iheo raits tho prlee. Terms and ills of Lots to soil. 
S-TITLE WARHANTED PERFECT. .S 
Ii. PHEVOST, 



Ho, 128 SaiiEorae street, near Fine, 

BKOOKLTX EOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agents for tho Faclus Coast, 



ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 
A Tract of Land, 

^ss. EMBRACING AN AREA OF FOUR HUND- 

*JRi«[aut into Lots, which ore doi .,IT.t.-,I f-.; .1. 
-is— ..n a., reojweablo (erml tu anyeror .itf.Tr. -1 t.=-lli,. 
v..[i.i U! .iI.iu.f.«!eadA.««l»lian a ]nourcilr. Tbe Tract 



.-,„rv .,.:«• in ih- t-.,, (( .,-„f il„, r,„,i f.. r lli.,ir0.r.:L-o 
RoiLifnc iin.l P.irh Thti ]-To|i~.ly ii ra^ro beautiful 
■' , any over. ,|T,t. I in I l.i ■ (i.-.rl:,! . -u I ii • l...;ili,.n t- 

thJlilmoslinlhonHaral ,.,^ r ..^..r„u t ,^:^„ I . 

bo iDt-reat demand for |.l»cei r.f reridenro. Tbe 

[.T^.rT.l- Itill HW01K.! i" Vi.l.lO i> 99 CM UlO US I h 

rd.ff.il I'liiiieL-fJ l l cr.-iD'd,.-iriei.M. 1 | M .,lcin 



"in,;'; i!i ir^rrKe.MdyoBwlIIBadittn 



For(nrtherpirili U l..t...|.|.iv i.. 
Ltlborrnipblc IIipI c 






id Pampfcleli contaiolnp: fall dataib of tho system or Lift fofnranee, ean he had at tug Ageney . 

The Cheapest and Best Life Insurance Company in tho World I 



FIRE T>ET*^.TtTi>XJETVT. 

t HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI ST07EI 



- - • si.ooo.ooo: 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOB THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK 

ASSETS, 81,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for $940,000. 

Washington Fire Insura-co Co. Secnrity Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Firo Innnrance Co. 
* Phenis Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co, 



Board of References: 

IBB.ED'FLBILLINGS.E^. J. p. FLINT. Esq., 

EHENRrCAItLTON JR., D f Flinr, Pcabody k Co. 

■k of W. T. Cotcmna t Co. LOD1S McLANE, Esq., 

ANDREW It, I-OUBES. Esq., -' m ■■- * 

of F-irbei k B.ibcack. 
JOnN H, IlKDINfrroN. Esq.. 
K of lt.-JinRloi, & Co. 

I J. D. KITTLE E*i„ 

of Duwiit, Kittle & Co. 



of Wells, Fargo & Co. 
C. Ii. POLIIEJJUS. Esq. 

of Alsop & GV 
JONATHAN HUNT, Etq., 



S T O ~V E S , 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, iO. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR 

8 HALLER'S & 

$ Patent A.ixr tiglit 8* 

F It XJ IT- J J^H S , 

The oolj absolDtoly reliable Jar in me. 
m Uotil Blocs:. No. 13 Saniema Itreot 
San FnAHsieco. 




Steamboats and Hotels. 
J. P. COCCSWELL, 

UannFao'tarer 

COOKING STOVES, 

TTSWARE, HARDWARE, Etc., 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

IWo srLwnrti miv S su ujpkoved stoves 
^Kreedred, i» » Ut b tU c , ioo uf p UC b^r. u ladwt, 

H£b.« BAY BTATE and other Stores, 



B. O. AUSTIN, 

324 Clay Hrrel t.«|.» Iir.il, 
8*» Paascisco 



Keeper's Directory, 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
THE BEST MILL 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

BOLE AOENTB FOU 

California, Oregon, anil WiisMngtoii Territory 



FOR HA.I.E. 



ADaii'a etKiima^ 



Splendid Hops for Sale! 

A E Hi» T im" l !;^ ,! nJ' t,r " s " f ' a ' T '' ,, '' ,,l '' rC * LIF ' in ' 



^iterari ^ruMcni. 



Oorieoglsforhor glorji 
Hornarrlor'awreaUiIsinsn 

Oar Up. breathe eat bor st. 
Horloflr hills and valleys ci 

ArosbinlnBhrlsblbor^re, 
AndlikoaralnbDirslEOiaso 

Her prond flag waving o'ci 



GIRL, 
land, 



„l lt„T. 



bo meet her foemoo, 
r koDwi no ccllpio, 

bravo tho mighty Jocp 
le threat of danger, 



e tainllo" air we t.r.-vll..- 



Ihoj tell of Franco 1 , beauties rare. 

Of Italy's pruud daughters; 
Of Eeotland'o lassio 9— England's fair. 

Wo need not Inast their haughty eharm 
Though lords nrunud tbim hover ; 



Farm for Sale. 



ACRES FRONT- 



,d0re.35 



rj, eoaiiitinn of a .plondid STOCK RANGE, i 
i bandred acres holtom land with sereral ml] 
ice, and one hundred aires lino Cedar and Fir 



i GardonJpot. 

3 Fiutl Im,, In i ilelljihinil 






"Wa.sh.ing Blacliine 
ECONOMY! 



THIS IS A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IN HSt 

Thi' Mr... I.ii. ^ Ii of u.oal |Hit> r and durability, nilt 
...,l,k ,.,.11,., .I....I.1,. ;i,ii.,n] „r,.l J„uU„ Icvur... .,; 
ni'i.'.. ,.11-i ■ .li.i ■ ■ I r . . d Im-cj-r; ... arr.ia^.il tiiiit rr.:.. 



jared by euin or nalor. Lit-.-. Sir-Ur..-., !I,..„.:V-, 
BlMSet., Qulllf, Gue or eoarro arllele,, as nell as larco 

d°l°»tofabrir"ncvor«nl' n or : ab a uL 

A- i. [.i..,.l -.f the rain-; of thi. Mr,.rlii,,o, any ono de- 




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TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE. 

NK i^"£ uS. 1 *™? s LEAF - TO0 ' , cco von SALE. 



Fn-tow-wonKtii, toilieg brol 
Coma into the Golds nita in 

Eoo! the sheaves support oao 
So with nitt ought to be. 



Ob! remember, the Eternal 
Lays os In one barn together, 

When mth his right hand .apornal 
Ghoaies of liro he stoops to gather. 

A Licked Bd'llv.— The Tuolumne Cou 



r, ; li t,. 



F.hD go I 



med men and lioj-a, happened to bare a dispute 
,th n good Union oinn, nt American Camp, nrnr 
re, during which tbo Intler took Mr. Secesh's 
stol avrnj, and bent him over tile bead ivilh it 
until be was oenrly killed. This foltoiv I1119 packed 
,nt pistol, stropped to his buttock, about this 
cinity, day and night, for five or air years, only 

As ice mirage wns lately witnessed in Buc- 
iucbe, Kent coooty, N. S-, by irhlcb n portion of 

icmud to bo EGSpcodcd in tho air and very near, 
1 that tho clearing and buildings could be dis- 
nctly seen ; and ivilh a modcrntoly powerful spy- 
;as5, entile and vehicles could be distinguished 

Hub. Deborah Dunne died lately in Philadelphia, 
t the advanced ngo of 81 years. Sbe iras lbs 
graud-daughtcr of Dr. Franklin, and ivas for -13 
cars tho oldest of his living descendnnts. 

It is generally supposed that farmers have but 
vro bunds, but how h it with those wbu bavu got 

Hale behind handt 

Other things beiog equal, disabled soldiers nra 
u be selected ns Provost-JIarhals onrjer tbo Ho- 
ionnl Militia Ian, In preference, to other nppll- 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
EI TAI 3P Iji O T TAI EI T«- T , 

And General Agency Office, 

lontfumerj. Street, bclnwo JI»nrbi.nl end Clay. 
EL-KEEPEItg, nnrl EHPLOVEH- .>! i-iery 



i>:r. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE. 

C20 CLAY STltET, bet. Montgomery A: Kearny. 

Esaminations in regard to Health— Free, 

_ We eliim r ur Hjdronalare and Hvglenlo Medication, 

1'IL.I - 1 I...... in M , .l:HE.\.'\.'-;.;.i' l uVr:i. "r''.v": 

?T. ■''■•; "■'-■■ u ' l '".' t - ■-'■■■■■'"" :■■' 'v. f,„ ., :■;;:- 

1 l.ii-l.-.r Jc-niN.: . r!i. It. f l.i ■ |,|;.vt |.,N ,..f 

tlie l.i.ul... 1 lin '..,.-; Mil St.H.i.lA. l:ii- i„„..ii. „, „„,| 



|SS!S.^:^^ h ^^^' il «C" 



the jeiiarotlea of our ESTABLISH MEVT3 * 
'■l.MJ'.U,'..' - I'-'h' ■ : i\ I. I . I'.'-' ' . ' ,'■"■'■, l','.'-'...'^ 1 .'."' 
itrtSlC.iMH are ir si .l- ; j ty^u 

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Bh other 




fully reoivor ki !.■ ..i... ..ill,.., 1 .,■ n-.., ,„ „„ . 

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rpxnrj nAfrFO MLA L I'ABMEB. 



CJt glitrluts. 



WholBUla Produce Report. 

.mat. iho price, paid bytiHdolmioilnprodncef 
itdweeUr. b» A. II Toon * Co.. No MCUvBitW. 



mini 



a ibe charter of t-onddliloo 



lined. Wi 

•fclpl, •», tbe Compeer and Osborn Do.oj. lo l°>' 
B«idilnl& Tut Liverpool. It li presniniiblB that tbea 
TUNIS "ill S"" qnlrk dispatch, aao Ibo re.ppearane 
of E^neninoorHaraetl.a favorable oaten. Tb 
mather for lha put weak has been verj favorable To 
the growing ereps, tbomoeh needed vaio having (.11 
CD. There linovrhnl little tear. For the present hold 
in of grain, Whiet in partlenler, are mote disposed I 
MIL 
In Feed Grains tha demand l> light and Market da 

There ll a disposition on the part or «omo of ot 
fannen at IbU earlv dale, lo boy sod sneuro good sei 
ond.hecd sacks for their now crop, tho icoptt»lon m 
log Ibat neU "111 bo very high n«t harvest. On th 
•object ■» will nut mnlore «n opinion, altboogn vre i 

eralveirsbas bHD to ij.-nr.r- ih" Die of seeks. « 
have fcngM the Hack qoostion, and used ererj- ergi 

thnir pain lut Harvest, are noir having their eael 
and saving therebv; la some inslaneev bovera bm 
forolibed iscli.-, taking the grain from tbe farmers' 
bios. 

Tbo Clearances and Export* for tbo put week, ol 
produce, biro been nnasnallj- light, with tbo eieoptlot 
of tho sbip Horccl for Liverpool, irith S3.MI sk. 
When j. and B9B ,ki Floor, that completed ber loidlne 

Horthem Cout Trade then bu beoB nothing of Inler- 

Onr recclpti of Produce from oronnrl tbo Bu;- for tbi 
put week have boon u follow. : Wheat 13, BM >ks, Dor. 
lev 2510 ill, Oats 15S iks, Polntocs !S33 tin, Flnui 
3315 qr-sks, Bran 3ST >k>, HaJ 1S9 tnoi, Wool II 
bale i. 

Alto, Coastwise: BeiDi 895 ikj, Pea. 99 ski, Bar. 
loj- JSS9 eks, Potatoes 2370 iki, Wheat ISS9 sks, Oat: 
3d Ik), Floor 409 qr-sks, Corn 3009 sks. 



Goto li tumbling down lo price, Tailing during 
eekfrom t.B5 to 1.3D veeierdnj, with a tto- 
fleacY itill downward; tha goiornuicnt has no 
perfected 1U financial arrangements that it items 

The rebel force which occupied Daorlllo, Kj., is 
believed lo bo the advance or Quo. Longstreel'i 
ivisloa. Although their coming w*J not eincct- 
i, the* -will he promptly met. An active cam- 
aigo li looked for In Kenluukv. Geo. Burnsido 
na issued on order lusntniog- command of 
no Department nf Ohio. Tho eitv is full of rn- 
lore In regard lo raids nnd fighting in Kentucky. 
The Jackson, Miss., Appeal, of Iho 18th, aisles, 
bat Gen. Ilanks failed to mako a land attack, and 
idmlral Farrngnt went alone. Ho commenced 
bo oltack, ond being out of Iho range of th 
■el goos, they made no reply. At night Far 



HSC 1 :: '■'.'! 



.1. Orepaa.fvi!) ..9 






neaned Tillow.rnl as 

Buur.C(la..?B .. »» tOjCbeew Cebi 1»B 
in Etneni ■■ Mb si|f. 



I Deer river, Washing In n_Lako, and tho Sunflower 

:.,, rcj.nrL 
ached tho 



attempt 10 pas 
erriblo 



i iHssiislppl 



r Ooning into Luke I 
j nro ..■ul;.- vraitlng for Ibo 



A Urga hody of rebel cavalry msdn n ic 
otioilt on Brentwood ilalion, between Fro 
nnd Nashville, capturing 200 iufiialry with all 

Hum aniioipaied, and recaplnred a part n 

It li HMod that the rebels are feeliflg Iho 
llnei of Iho Army of Ihc Potomoe, conlempl 
an attack upoo our army. Scouls report the 
rebels nra removing their infantry in the dire 
of Culpepper. 

Gen. Bornslde and Staff arrived In Cincii 



special dll patch fi 
Her 09k er repor 



ft Voting'* Point, Frl 
sortod [hot Admiral Famigul 
s at Part Hodsou, last treek, 
lo-cledi. Faor of the vessels 
th of Red River, and tbe other 
ul.,.,. At Hard Times Point 



Tbt r,- 



.nd sb* was 



.rly ready for >e 
. Is at Block ili i-. 



tbell[ii__ ...... 

Itefugeei cooGrm Iheitlilement of tbe rebel t 
from Frederick, being mused within the Willi 
fore ItiobmoBd. They stste the ei 
tnt Frederickibarg on Monday ooly 8, 
They nlio conQnu tho news that goo-makiog 
-- J ordnance stores were rapidly re- 



froni Bid 



doriog tbo part week. American, 
Sc; 3d quality, 4e@7e; Gpanlib, 

Teii^7c@Bo ^R. 

Boos— Stock Hoj 

Mono»— drueed, 

Mi wn Cowa— 1. 
$lS@i=i, 



tdt O 



Setsil Frlces 




North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

° ™u r™5f" d ta lbia val1 koomi trnnbmuia so. tbe 

Brairr«llltj It oiT.rod Tor itorlnr Wheit, Barlar, 
rionr, and other Domtitle Prodnea. ""'■'. 

Advano os 

Uadeoaapprnvod MerchaodUa. 

ira. T. COLEMAH A CO., 
« Proptlotora. 






boald circuuii 

i.'ii'r Iticbmo. 
arcitt of prov 

■■ -• 'he V-'-Y 
rmies may yet 



o Georgia, and that tbo 



m lb ul 



it the RicbmoDt 
-! killed nod w 
,f eavairy fore, 



outb. One of them recom, 
, on two meals a day. Th, 
.oloto now held by tbeii 
doned fur wont of food fo: 



ocflecllo March S-l, have been.f.ri,.!L-.vu 

rapid decline of gold furaiibcs Tre 

, of coogrntulntion Dver Secretary Cbaai 

It is believed that he can further redo 



which at least 100,009,000 hare been offered 
Jo tbo Tlh Iniu, thn whole Yaroo River ei 
ioo bad arrived lo the Tallahatchie, which gi 
tbe cootrol or the head or the Mississippi. ', 
tell all got through lo lighting coodtlloo. T 



ThsCommbu 
' to bo perron 



Ing, duly slgoedeod 



fo 


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], .'i,!:v York, nad Uag 



eport or the Committee on Cooduct of tbe 
11 be made April 4tb. It Is said lo ci 



Ynxo'o City and Haines' Bluff. Tbey also 
that two or Forrngot'e gonbonts ho- 1 -— ' 
lower mouth ot the Vlcksburg cnum, 
■ moll bnat had pa 5 .ctl Into Laka Provider! 
water was roshlng Into the lake nl n rnpii 
Advices from Admiral Porlcr stale lb 
the last dummy turretled monaler ran tb 
ude uf Vicksburg, the reheli opened sncl 



lading thereby qi 
e'st iotelllgenee li 



Major-G^n. Edwin V. Sumnci 
id lo the command of thoDepai ._ 
ind the lliiiissippl, died in Syracuse, S. Y., M 



or a St^r d 
ir Belribul 



,f iho luogs. 
Thoprivntce. 

:ould hardly Bland n discharge of on> 
The Secretary ol the Treosury has 

lands of the Poymai 

n pay th 
TheOi 






I Mure 



igeatb 

indcmned 

tied gin 

L-dia Hi 
Itlellei 



r -ial; but in tb. 

eels (hied ont by private pnrlics lor the purpose of 
cn|iliii iti s - n-ln'l vi'-jL-li, will bo 
lu ihe Kovy Department. 

The War Department hag received rolls of nil 
rec.irncniB comprising tho Army of the Hi ' 
States, which shows tho number ol absentees 
deserters lo be 126,000. 

Loe'a array issaid to bo much rcdoced by 



Tncsday, aod Ibat Charleston wai 

The government bas'lnrormatio 
ing rebels, inclndlnn sacb nronlln 
P.Denjl 






.tcrtlng tt 
sange. 



ix or eight gun- 
i Monday and 

itoileble ]ifcp- 



onderCluke. 



», Ky., sayi the 

■uoded mount St 
ling. Our force, nmoooliug to 300, fought for 
,and were finally compelled to surrender, 
ebeli then hurnrd tho town. It it thought 

i War Debarment is overwhelmed will 



Sows from Forragufs fleet on tbe Mnsis*l| 

leparimeni* of the Government. The Secret 
if iho Nary Is warmly congratulated. Tho 
red by Secretary Welles is t 



t the 



-iiiMo 



.fely made i . 
ord (ihc Hug-ship) with I 



enemy's works. Tho rebel 
passed them. On the 01h a 
book of tho rebel army. 



Is that tbe fie. 
tteries, and but one vess- 
th a small rebel force wr 
Purt Hudson, withasigoi 
oy. Geo. Sherman con 
, in tho absence of Gei 
:r of vagrant negroes faai 



tyaoWler., ... u rear , 

tru.llolboAnoyruppIle.1 Cbolen 
Filial will fellow jour >lbib!c( lodh 
J-ll.1..- 1. c,IS-i-.Mi;;iT ■!, „;■! be le 



don. HOLLO WAI' 1 



S-T— 1860-X. 
DEAKIE'fl PLAHTATIOIT BITTEH8 

Tu.'j jiurlfy, Dlr'-iiL-Lben, .nil linljiiraic. 



Tbej.tmnlbenUnnjilc 
They pre.eel mlaemulo, 
Taerporifyihobrulb.. 



llmoofdiy. Farlicnlai 

E .= HIin.iH.lll, A,:-,. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

SOLE IMPORTERS OF THE 

Kn.ii Queutin Salt, 

Stook and Oast AoortoiBat 



ItbaLari, 

oo lbs FaelOo Coa.1, ' 
Couiitlof, In part, of lha folloHing kit 



joutun. oronnd net Salu fur PKlUng ^ 8Mki 

300 tons SAN QUBUT1N BOCK; - 
400 do CARUEH ISLAND; 
2B0 do SANDW'OH^SLAND and OALIFOn. 
All th* above wa will .ill at ft, Ln BMl UBt!(()1 p f]M 

0FnOE...aiB Md320 Front rtreet. 

MB FRANCISCO 



Win, T, OOLEffliH 4 CO,, 

SHrrpnill & COMMBSIOH HEEOHASTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANCES, 

u Hew York and Baa FraaoiMD. 



TO STOCK BBEEDEUS. 



Young Justin Morgan. 

THIS IlErtUTIfUI., UiriH. BLOOD, BLAC 
brefd Ibrm ^X^EHIJlNK^VlOTTlrlO^LOOD, U I 

'i« i ^ l 'i\ l,i ^; , : l i[ ;;'^;;'. l n ,, r '; , , l 1]i l . i ' , i , ; i '. , .';; i , ;',!::!;,i : ;l'"'i,""\u i 
Desoription anil PetligreB, 

VOL SI! JU.iTIN HO ROAN li olabesulilnl ■! -.: ■-! ■ ■■■ 

■I J-i Jin M".-,:.-ui . !:■' 
I,y Tr.;- Ikil[..n'; l;i' liy Ih - B'.l"! lnil«rl-il '"■' ' 



Til' :- : ■'.'-TIN MOHOAN 



: -V'.-,' : 

r ."-'ir-:.-'.'.rr'- 



,..„;.,-. II, - : I'- Knit, A^rin.llur.l IH,J Mechanical A—x: 
''i ! lViiili'.-Hy STiL,BB, a ^l or, 119 wheni icrrle 



TOE TH0R0ITGH-BRED JACK 

Young' St. X^ouis, 



JlCX- Clan o 



•.■■>■■■[,. ,.., ! ,M 1 .i,ri„ I: ^lnr.h 15ib. andoodinc July IStb. 
.-'i L"ll -■..,„ l...-. t -r ir.'-j b.i.,1:. biuli, i- t-iir viiirs 
■MlbwfI.rio|ticalr,VblB?k. Ho wan rai^d at St. L^uL-, 

■li'-ijri. ,.( Jlaii,.. ,i,„-l-, anil undnjilieil |i(Jl«r 



,. .:■■■ (,, 


irrii 


1, and U 


secure Ibe 
will do well 
rago for mar 


ervt« 


of the ti 
and >eo 1 
OKBable 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls. 

THE uBdnrilBBea. Imporlsr of Jha.aj 



a DollsIi'iB I'f- 



ie«oororlbol_,-- 
ebrniad full blood, t 

r >biin.l Tho |.n 



FAKM STOCK, Ato. 



A B S; 



Fine Australian me- E 
rlno siicm-ii. 

lUNtHlKD FULL-HLOOD AU3TRAI, 
la bo learned by ■aorodoj Ibe Edlll 



Italian and Common Sees, 

I HUPF.RIOR StVAHNS I 




Aoplj al FAHMKR OFFIL'tj, or aJJrai ESlTOft°if PATt 



\ Full-biood Morlno Sbeep. 

f" Foitoni wbhlnitFqll-blood .\[nrlno Sbeep ea 
"eeenro a gmd barjaln bj apidjinff 10 0.. b 
ir porHoall,, u no bars aomo of von eiir 
orfonalo. Addreas Editob Faum. M 



Sli-el. nl pcrfML nmllitr™., wortliy Ibn .llenilon "r I 

.'-'■'i '/■ , , , ',' : i, V i'". ru" ""7 Y" 00d ' t1k 'p b|| b«" 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

flrgag Puroliaaed p 

AT TIIB HIGHEST MARKBT RATEa, 



R. PETJERSTEIN & Co., 

318 FHOMT BTBEET. 
17 . SJff 2RAHCI3CO. 



Sutter-street Stables, 

FIRE-FROOF BRIOK BUILDING. 



W, J, WHITING & CO., 

LIVERY, SALE, «,d BOABDINC 

STABLES, 
Sana, ,.,,«, bm™, ita,,„„„ „ d amm 

HORSES AHD MDLES B.„ HMo „„ hA 
on CammuiloD. 

The Large* «J n ^T«titaua Stable. 



SUGAR-BEET SEED. 



Pacific Dlail Steamship Company 

IT O X I O 33. 

rlla PuBTUBH MTTICR 
nmeri of tbo PnclOa Hall fy^ 
ahlp Compaoj will bonnncrboaujp,^ 
edoo tbo 

i3tlu,' Iop each nioitxn, 

anda3cl, i 
Trill hi dlapuchcd no tbe FOLLOWING HUN DAT. 



PEOPLE'S 

STEAMSHIP LINE 

....COHKECTINQ.... 

California and New York, 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter than any otber fimte. 

Tin fast and favorite doobU ». 
nglno rtoamihlp 

HIOSES TAYLOn, 



. SAN JUAN DEL SUE. 

From lUUslon Glreat Wharf, |.un,tor,llj at 9 o'ottt. 
In Iho inornlnit, on 

WedneBrlay April 22, 1B83, 



ILLINOIS, 



Reduced Rates ot ru.-.i,:a nnd qnlck triss an 
secured bv tha ra-onenlng of lha 1SICARAGU1 
R0DIB. 

llnass and safetT, and ovary effort nil) bo Bids It 
loiuro tho comfort of nsreaneon. 
For fortbor information, npplj to 

»o. 407 Washlniiton itTMl, 
4-ld Oppoiilo Post Office. 



California Steam Navigation Compuij, 

OABBYINO UNITED STATM IIAIL, 
ANO -I i i -.|..;i 
CIIR-VSOPOI.I5 1....1 , hii'iI'I 

I, Chedi 



For UlaryaTlUc md Iiii. 

imerYOUHQAUKRICA, L 



copied), Irom Broodvij [ 



ED BLUFF. 

pi par vreeb To BED 
y.Touridsjoudrfi!' 



f.ir lr.-!.:liL ,ir ,,:.. „.:-: !,- .-.r,v ,.i til. nbuVfl boita, IBpr/ = 
b.Mr.l, ,,r r,! Tb^ Oiiie.j a.r ll,.' L-i.nii.anj, t.jrner at JicaKS 

V17.I3 J. WHITMBV. Jit., PraMeal 



COLLIN SVILLE. 

f. , «TT ,M s A STEA9I I'ERRV-B OAT will POBT- 
JlNrl66ll and HEW VOHK. „„ SUNDAY NEXT. Hurl I 

■■■■'■■, i. .. i-.uv ii '■' - r .,'.'..';',' ll '" r "" I1 ' urp0 " 

a ~m.ii.i. i.v.ir i mil i'.i.-.~i.r,i,i-.[ii will raa sifts 
Travel nqolrn, m conotci n-hh tbu dally -11,50 to Smr:a 

'■■:-:: -!! : ,.r' rVoi.., ™ ° ,lli" rlil" by M? rouio'l. erJlM 

., i „!;^. : ;:.. '■- 



Tfaa 1 -..lli,, : ,-i 1 1,. i. ,,„! Company 



III, r'.. lllbie, 113 C-Jtlcrja 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Com m la a Ion Dlerctaapta> 



■I", nee. en 'cun™ 
aarkei price s ™ 



Removal. 



DAVIS 4 WITHAM ha. 
buiineu tiaa f »r.i, 1.. I 



ISfJSfl 



H- H.Uavtn. TT. l.WivhW- 

DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 

Flour, Grain, and Prodaco senerally> 

Comer DavU am] Clay elroots, 

Bah Fbanoisco. 

J3T Partleolar at.anibn paid lo nnmhaalnf "J,^ 



DR. KNOWLE9, 

DENTIST, 

HO. OU CLAY BTILHKT, .HMK-.S aVOJ"'"' I 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Offlca Hours : From 9 A M. , to S F * I 

ALL WORK i mu-r* . TERMS BhSB 

13 *5nWf%wiiBr( wobk ' 

YTAKKANTEDI ^XIXJJ fiSISHEI"! 

PRICES LIBERAL. 










•VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINQ. APRIL 3. 1963- 



NUMBER 6. 



gjje teliferaia fiitipt. 



COLONEL Wj'.BSEH, Bailor. 



■AdvertlsomaoM and Soiscripsica 
B-WOItK-Of oicn a«erl|itIiiE, dm 



PDBLlSBEft CALIFORNIA FAHMEH, 



Rapid AdvaDOB of tha Sensor 

i Slate, the : ■ <■■• und abundant r ■.. m 



flowers. Everywhere, i 



' early products gro 



5 will com*. We know thcr- 
,e world ibal can excel os fo 



Agrlcnltural DlBCuaalom. 
Tv"»> giro bolow, some further rcporls of the 
eussious at the N. Y. Slnio Agricultural Soc 
Annual Meeting, being ft continuation or i 
no [ ■ ■- 1 > ■ I ishi .1 last week : 

This 






,o the 1 



• fr.> 



those who are disposed lo be luw-brcoliers Tor the 
(•opposed) benefit that they derive from taming 
their cattle out 10 prey upon their neighbors. 

The mailer was dLcusscd nt some leDglh by 
Geo. Geddea of Onondaga, T. 0, Peters of Genera, 
Sir. Corey of Saratoga, A. II. Conger of Ruckland, 
Solon Robiosoa of New York, nod by several oth- 
ers, prominent farmers from different sections or 

already accrued from the law, and the meeting 
expressed the nnsnimons opinioo tbat He Legis- 
lature should resist all applications for Its repeal, 



Mr. Failo was then introduced nnd entbusins- 
:nlly received, and tbo Wioler meeting of the 
Slate Agricultural Society for 1803 closed happily. 

Tho Floi Culture. *^ 
of" Flax (remarks Iho Gcrtoanluwo 
Telegraph), so Ions discontinued in this region 
(Pennsylvania), as lo bo beyond almnst tho re- 

:ome o produclion nr importooce. About a 
third of a century ago il was gradually clbowec 
out of the rnracr*« catalogue by tbo iulroductiot 
ofcolloo and tbo invention ofsaperlor mnchim'rj 



ax must again i 
ting once mor 

go largely lull 






,T,n..i.]..r„l.l, 



Preparing Tobacco Seed. \f 



■a the following plan whi. 



lied to drop on to it and roll off. After ser 

line iced io this way, the pilots Hill grow in 

than hair the the lime Hi--. t they will if tbe 



is therefore perfectly good. Those, 
ind that it Is Trom no fault oftbo 

Oar Marks to. 



length, and all In raror of its continuance in force 

amendments lo make Ihe law more stringent Iba; 

munv dupd li i l v ... t . h ... , i l.iHvl by ili-j owners to es 

lectori, under the authority of that Ian-, will on 
cdly destroy many others of thesu uieles 
Is, so tbnt the sheep-keeping will become 



This brooch of the subject was bandied by the 
Prciidcnl in a most able manner. He alluded le 
ate of agriculture and lis prosperity in pari, 
of Europe where there is no feoce, nnd thcr 



.t 7 per tent. Then the fence occupies foor fet 
n width, making 12) acres lost to cultivation ; a 
bat Iho real annual charge upon a form nf 10 
icrei for tbe fence lax Is Su7 OS for Iho cbcapei 









Rd combination of the whole in lbs variegated 

Kfje »t our French market elands. 

HVor beef, multoo, lamb, veal, or pork, aa band. 

H* world, fnroio the one article of mollon, o 
Haiti Loudon can cicel In her "Souibdowns" nni 
■fflWtesleri." For game-any ooe go to Louder- 
Bbixk'ssiall, io Washington Market, and they will 

^Jiitgr all hoes" from the White to tbe Bio 

h Red 6.1I1, and Bine fish, and fun of "mi 

it— in fact our fish mar 

dietary round of eati 



cattle i 



,1 Ll.„:il 



at largo In Ibe highways. Is ihis a good 
sot 7 Fnr an investment of S150,O0D,O0< 
innunl lax of S 10, UG0, 000. It Is lime f< 

lo begin to reflect and think of reform, 
nr the reforms, Mr. Cornell urged them I 
'soiling, and dwelt at soma loogth upo 



nrlly. 



I of this 



ery fan 



crop; nod upon 
frum ooeto five 
liable slaplo. So 



indeed, ii 



-e Ibe first of May. 



Now Scarlot Dyo. I / 

osiderublo attention in Caoada. Ji Is prepared 
lra an insect, a species of eo«u.. This now dyt 
) E ely resembles Iroe cochineal— a most cxpeu- 
e culoring mailer, capable of being producer) 
warm countries only, and which Is employed It 



red, ci 



oriel, lo wool and til 
iw dye is a oalive p« 
g produced io temp 

but thohabiliof tho in 
of the dye, seem 



, lb< 



i can gn 



r then 



10.] 



Boisj. T»ia YisicDLTnaai. Sociitv.— A Joint 
■tack nssoclatloo with tbe foregoiog title has Died 
111 articles uf Incorporation in tbe County Clerk's 
office, In this city. Tho objects of the organlia- 
tioo are stated to be Iho porebasa or lands in So- 
noma and Napa counties ; Improving, developing, 
working, and cultivating the samo ; raising all 
kinds of fruit, grain, and plants thereon ; making 
wine, brandy, and other liquors; burning lime, 
quarrying and selling stone, and generally to mek< 
inch use of said lands, with whatever might bi 

water, (lone, or Dther things, as may bu decnioi' 
proper or advantageous. Cupilal slock, :;Mni r n.nj 
divided iaiu 0,000 shares of Sluo each. Trustees 

io Auger, Herman Michcls, Agostin Harasi- 
thy, Adolph Wopler, Isldor Landsborgcr, J. Eru. 

me, Gustavo Dussol, and Louis G.Brugukro 



images 









ting c 






:e Joseph's co 

HRhe vegetable mark' 

■fondant. New potato* 

^bucabers, letlnee, cauliE 



„1..-Ji 






i, tbo 



ftries. To the dairy depArtmeul 
Uu eggs— all ihe domettlo wan 
BJU'lh A No. 1— and lo complct 



County Agrii 

hroughout ihe Slate, As one or the advaotn 
if improvement of dairy stack, Mr. Cornell su 
that In IMS, Iho average product of boiler i 
ics In Tompkins Couoty was 10J lbs per cow. 
855, which was a seatun of drought and did 



*• Tho new l!i,ard of ilir 

Wllnml Society have elf 

IS. Hong uf Volo, Covreeponing 

Blick itj. a of Sacramento, Flnan 

iB-llllltr or Sacramento, Treason 
^Kuf.San Josquio cuunty, was elected 

^otitic ]j Mr .i JD , b ,, |,| flCM f k. s. Ilnldcn, 

■to could ,„„ occ.pl. Tlir .-.il.-.rv -i UieCorri 

^Wdiag SeerMary was D.ed at 51,000 per anno 
lUrncd till Tuesday, Mib 



f ihe Slale Agrl- 
I. It. War- 



April. 

Is Fnu 



.<HHir.d by I; 



berdei 



banged 1c 



I 117 



This 



the average of the Slale. Several dairius aver- 
aged 30U lbs, ood como school district.! 165 lbs. 
and one town 143 IBs. The improvement sloe* 
184S Is equal to an average of 35 lbs per cow foi 
tbo whole county. He calculates thai the Outlet 
product of the State may bn increased, at little ot 

There might be a similar Improvement upoi 

Tbo valoe of statistics lo Ihe farmer was wel 
Illustrated, ood every county urged lo perfect thi 
(jstem designed by the law of last Winicr, so ai 
to ascertain every year the ciact products of thi 

,\ advantages to the I 



I, bismuth 4. \ treated earneslly and appropriately, and 



ioclalioos, aod richly repay the haod that 
-« them— io fact It is Ibe proof ihat "It is 
hlessed lo give than lo receive,"— having 
led ft few seeds, etc., to a friend, lhat bad 
iib heavy misfortunes, and liltle dreaming 
h a roturn, nt received Ihe following grail- 



VALUABLE BEOEITia. %S"~ 
Oils Kd Yeiuct-ss /an Pjisis.— Liosecd 



id becomes solid and w 



,f glycerine, wl 

the quality of cambioing with glycerine in tho nil, 
uderingitBUscoptibleorreadilydrylnglnlho 
phere. The nilde of lead, ihe sulphate of 

nnlcale lo them great drying properties, nod 



tho days "Long Syu 

id and flower store of 

New York-» place i 

plants, flowers, singing 



birds, and other beami- 
er, we arc indeed grateful, 
"silver lining" fur every 



accompaniments, all safe, nnd tr 
ateful seems but a wenk clpressii 
a nnw renlii- how nets of klndne. 
lo or pleasing rememirance el 
riod of aflilctioo. Tbe seeds wer 
lo. Those of new products shall 

is very glad of the flower seed, 
out 100 parcels just receiied Trom 
e ; and such Is the power or nss 



in old friend, telling nf bounty, frngrancc, aod 

md may each clould which may ever darken your 
If*, sooa show a "silver lining," nod pass away, lo 
enve only greater brightness for the transient ob- 
wurity. ... 



orks recommend Ihe use of both solphato of ilno 

nd the ocelato of lend miied togelbcrfor mnklog 

drying oil. These two metallic salts, when brought 

iiher produce two new compounds by doubla 

sulphate of lead, sod the oil is restored to ill 

t be employed io points becnuso it is a bad 



aint, without suffering injury. This Is Iho case 
rilb cbromo yellow, verdigris, gamboge, and a 
.umber of tbo lakes. But woi is n very useful 
orreclive fnr this deteriorating qunlily of the oil. 
Yax is a powerful antiseptic, anl has great pre- 
crvative powers. Added lo pointers' varnishes 
l rends to prevent ihem cracking — no evil which 
ibs destroyed thobenulyof many excellent works of 
it. Ills said that Titian painted on a red ground, 
.nd Imbued bis canvas at tbe back witb beeswax 
llssolved In oil. Bleached wax is easily dissolved 
n hot oils, both volatile and Hied ; It Is not 
hanged by exposure to the atmosphere, and is 
tut very feebly ncted upon by Ibe slrongest acids. 
Its appropriateness, therefore, as a rcbiclo for 
s is self-evident. Muny persons mix shellac 

f water can be added to tho varnish and 
inod wilb ibe paint. Thus, if wo tike three 



est difficulty is to pica 
is the varieiy of publii 



subject, tbo grc 
lie. For so grcnl 
feeling, tbnt hid 



Does 



plain nod simple 7 It 
lastcof Ibe learned Is 
for tho vulgar. Does 



Til* Mio 



iTiTUT*.— Tbe following 

;bosen officers or Iho Me- 

■ ensuing year: President, 

Joseph Briltoo; Vice President, Aleiuodor flus- 

ill ; Recording Secretory, P. R. Dciter ; Corres- 

poodlog Secroiary, H. D. Duoo ; Treasurer, Jobu 

0. Hnnscom ; Board of Directors, A. C. Austin, D. 

MaeDonald, E. h'. Torroy, David Sloddnrt, Yfm. 

wltlos,S. S. Culverwcll, P.J. O'Oounor. Tbo 

sociuilon has purchased a oue-story brick 



ASTl-Cu 


org 


apes In 


Cn 


P 

if.j 


.,,.1, 


°,T. 






mgi 


pes, an 


ll 




b nf 






ocative c 


( io 


emperan 


ce 


I 


is s 


id t 




odlicour 
usnof wb 


of p 

gB th 

kyi, 
skyp 


e growl 





,;;.' 


r;; 


d bat 


soc 


eaton tbo dev 
hongbt will pr 

hollers or distil 

Herald. 


lopm„r, 
nve injo 
eries ar 


made 


copper mi 
of copper.- 


[3 



ing out muny packages of seeds to our reodei 
gratuitously, and we hope they will try them car 
fully and report lo us fully tho result. Do n 
neglect tbem, for many groat results flow frn 



'Mined; it is fit only 
Im lo eleguoco T Thi 
unk'irntJ cunnot understand i and tho lenrncdro 
gnrd him as a pedantic fellow, dnhhling in who 
he has no pretensloos to. Does ho show his colors 
and boldly contend for blsground7 Ho is toi 
severe. If bu bides himself beneath a mnss o 
equivocal mailer, bo is temporising. If bo pnb 
lithes cjtracts bettor than bo can wrile, ho hai 
oolaleotof hisown lo display; and If he fills 
bis paper with original metier, ho might 

|r be nttempls In pbilosopbixe, It Is dull and 
Wsting; and if he writes on plain and familiar 
sTbjecls, everybody know them before. Dnes ho 
attempt lo Instruct? Ho needs to bo Instructed. 
Does ho use his endeavors lo nmuse? It Is lighl 
and trifling. 

"People generally ore fond of being praised, 
undone would suppose ibis mlghlsnlisry, hut lei 

onvy, lhat no one will thank him for pralslag him, 
nnd everybody will hole him for praislag others. 



mpt 1-, 



ilaodered ■ but if you 
bo vice or follies or r 
lomothing applicable to alms 

:nn tell you bow lo conduct a 

the consequences. If ho dooi 
tain or satlsfyiog ooe, which 
say if ho tries to please all." 



ll elthl 



PlTiLDUA lupuovisa.— Thi 
very much within two year 
dwellings havo boon erected and n gene 
provemeut token place cvorytfher*. In i 
Immcdlalo, tho new American Uolel, by lii 
Roxrnrd, has made tbe place look like our ci 

evidence nf prosperity. 



thun ho 
ins improved 



R 6. 



undo: 



Somi 



like paint which contains only 
Gum sbellnc varnish mudo with 


of buildings, bo 
spheric influence 
oil nod pigmon 
tho carbonate c 


soda does uol stand the action 
varnish for which alcohol has b 
solvent. Il should, thureroro, 


f rain su woll * 
oen employed ns 
ever bo osod fo 


is staled Ihot M. Oudry, or Au 


r. In Cosmos, 
euil, France, bo 


found lhat bemino ond coal-oi 
bides Tar pnintf afmetalllc basl 
as Ihry dry rapidly and have u 
first twenty-four hours.— [Scic 


(liulUdo, «c. 



enorally repudiated ; bul probably tbero nro just 
i many mixtures of Ibis vegetable product sold 
s there are uf coffee. Whenever an article be- 
limes high In price it temple men tondullcraie It, 
nd lb is (undoubtedly Is tbo case at present with 
■a as well as coffee, looogh perhaps, not to iho 

egetable principle, mlled fAti'a. ll is composed 
parts, n Hi ogca 2 ports, hydrogen S 



It l( 



i prope 



of strong eoffco lifter dlnnor Instantly checks di- 

Ing tn tho ubservatlons of Liebeg, therefore, the 

log BltODg coffeo ofler dinner is unfavorable lo dl- 
gestioo. Wllh respect to tho use of tea ond cof- 
fee he says : "We think It highly probable, aol to 
say certnia, tbat tbo iuitioct of mito, feeling cer- 
tain blanks— certain wants or the iclensified life 
ar oor times, which cnoaol bo salisfled or Gtled 

products of vegetable lift, tho iruo means or giv- 
ing lo his food Ihe desired and necessary quality. 



42 



^=J:. 



mxr-ir. 'n ATJrPOB NIA ^ABMBB^ 



Tho Eighth IT. S. CeMoa-JntoiSUns Agri- 
cultural BtalLiticp. 
WB pteisnl ft wire or interesting tobies, with uc- 
compaoyiug rennrks, from the American Agricul- 
turist, prepared by Daniel J. Tbnmns of Sscra- 

All readers, whether formers or not, will be 
interested In frilly undorslnndlnn; tbo material 
Taluennd pecuniary importance of tbogrenirarm. 
inKinlcrcsisor Ibis country; the rapidity wilh 
which land it belnp; brought under cultivation, 
and the great increase of tbo nGrlcnllufnl pro- 
doclions or the country. The Ublcs have been 
collected from SnporioltndeniKconcdy's "Prelim- 
inary Report on the Eighth Census," The work 
bns involved considerable labor-bnl a labor of 
love as well a? well as o( interest lo the writer. 
Tho general fuels elhibilod, ore snob as every 
cillKn, and parlkolurly every former, should bo 
prood of. So one can oiamioo tbemwithoot feel- 
ing thsTdU^iibaliodiog her tronbld, the destiny 
of our Nation is higher and Hill higher, ffoVnrd 
ind still onward ontil tho Hilar 
agricultural wealth shall estoois 
than nnw does ibe magnitude of 
nrmy, or the might of her impromptu navy. Wo 
should »k< 

Ml 

■atht 



Cotton crop of 18C0 Wits 6,13e,tU4 bales, of 
400 pounds each, or something over 2,000,000,000 
4«,70;i bales (078,317,200 Lbs) 
in 1BS0. Tbo yearly prod notion of hemp la about 
70,000 Inns greater now tbno ten year* ago J in 
hnd 34,8)1 tuna, and in I860, 104,500 

1930— lit 1SOO-U-. ft mat 






l.iLht 



DIPTHERIA; \/ 

, Treotuiont, aad Caret. 



op). It wai about 4, 
1850. Tbo figures 
ported in 1850, ngah 
18 GO. 



ids leu in I860 
213,313,407 pounds 
7,140,113 pounds in 



,ni must bo found to raalio flai raising foe the I 

mpaying crop. Silk cocoon., too, fell off It» Cntue* 

It (apply of 10,843 pounds lo 0,502 nr '»«" >• JACKsos, h. u. 

- " rograding U* dear sir: Inasmuch as I Intra nnlbeen ftblo, In 

compllnnco wilh tho invitation yon gnvo mo, to 
Tloit tbo Ponn Tan, and present tn the eonsidern- 
Ion of your clliiens my views in regard to dip- 
hcrla, I tnk« the liberty lo address lo yon this 
otter. lam prompted lo do ao all tho more for 
ho reason that this is Iho lime of year when tho 

It, name- is derived Tram two Greek wnrils, 
iROltring n membrane. Tho name wns given by 
H. Brcilonoeau lo n class of diseases which at 
characterlted by n tendency tn Iho formation i 
false membranes, and affect Iho mucus men 
ranos, and sometimes Iho skin. It Is not 
jnlogious, nor an Infections disease, hot on) 
aidemic. 

The censes that produce it are of two elassei 
First, Tho predisposing, or those which opera 



TiiT.SBI— Uobij '3S,lrsjMl. 

following sgrieulmrnl prnduc 
wo include Ibe value or farms, o 
mplemcnls In u 



r.-J ,luri. 



and tho 



society, but tbo present \ 

praroisious, trades, and occupations. Wo mn 

therefore wait for tbo complete report. 

Among the most important and most pteasii 
eiblbits are these t In 1850 there were only 113 
032.CH acres of land in iho United Slates. 
18G0 there were 163,161,360 acres, making 50.22S 
775 acres brought under culiiraiion during t> 
years, or rather more Ibao jir( Hilton* c/ ocru/ 
nnnan a/ icJJ /amir rendered productive! Thii 
wbnl must bo the future of the Nation tbntyenrly 

Tel, important as is this Increase lo Iho otnoont 
or cultivated lauds, tho Inblcs show a sllll might- 
ier clement of success. It Is book-farming— Iho 

both theoretical aid practical knowledge. Are 
the bnoolic papers mentioned in Ibis report ? Sol 
directly—; Ijnt it u stated there that the valao of 
ngrlcoltornl implements manufactured in lflGO was 
$,7,8,03,614, against SG, 842,611 in 1850, being 
510,05^,303 mnrc in the former than in the litter 
year. The increase of land brought under culii- 

requlrements for implements is nbont 160 per 
cent. Coold ther» bo any bettor or more perfect 
report in favor of the advantages of book-farming 
or or Ibe agricultural press? We think nnt. Tho 
value of implements used by farmers In 1860 was 
595,000,000 more than the value ol thoscon hand 
In 1850. These facts naturally lead us lu look tor 
ao increased catat in oor farms— anil wo God it. 

tolo cultivation, the whole value of the land cul- 
tivated, more Ihoo doubled. Coold there be i 
bettor report in farnr of "hook-f arming" as it i; 
called? 
Tho following 1b the thoRing for tho princlpn' 



form and lo the household) arc returned in dol- 
lars. Of these, "home monufoctnres" are tin 
only things tbnl decreased— hibar gradually Bnd- 
ing bettor pecuniary emplejment than competing 
wilh tbo steam-engine and machinery to 
"borocspon." Tho census of 18G0 gnvo tc 
branch unty §24,358,23!, against S2T,4D3,G 
1850— ft Tailing off of 53,135,422. 
The other things measured in dollars are : 



Gnd how much sooner I and many more, who, having lakeo tbe disease, 
'ft tb°e U umbrelln tho'upp'er pari or the body bo- passed under our care In lis incipient sisg,,, Bqfl 
me. chilled, than if bo did not have It Now, woro saved, though they were membe s ol fa„. 
u lo cblll tbe lower cstreraillcs fur want of MM whorem from two to fl«o persons bad p,„ M . 
,rtoo ill ndapta- nusly died under tho drug- medication; pj, u „, 
treatmont. 



proper clothing, and by means 

Hod of such elolbing as the girl wears, Is to Inrcc 

tbo oircojolioo to Iho upper portions of tho body, 

blood from the eiternal surface of the upper ex- 
tremities to Ihelr Internal surfaces, thus produc- 
ing tho congestions which nro tcrsoed diptherltlc. 
What' then is Dlpthorla? It Is a diseaso of th( 
mucnos merobroao or the Ihroat and nlr possnges 
caused by tb( 



iu talcs 



i iulloo 






I, Tbo Pro^Iroi 



.tod by tho disr; 
r those 



ui-.ii- 



■.ely oper. 



i found in tbe 



iposlog 
,1 habits of 11 
.umrjt TIM n 

jgly similar tbo habits ol all children nro 
r Instance, in tbo sphere of dietetics, nlmos 
lldren est tbo same kinds of food, prepnrai 

I, at Iho beginning of lb. 

and spring, pnrlnke largely or oleaginous mate 
rials. Butter is one or tbesc, and is nsed largely 
rat pock 



out In tbelr 
complicated 

conditions in Diptheriu, than in croup, influenie., 
Drsearle 'fever. Persons taken with croup, nine 



n so great, whilo as yet oar 
plan or tocotmont has boon so simple, as really ta 
Introduce a decided cbango in the medical prnellt! 
in this particular disease, in this locality. I do not 
know or n physician or ony scbnul in this lass, 
who has not practically abandoned tho aduutli. 
[ration or cothnrlics in cases of Diptherla, sod 
wilh such modifications of our plan of trealnitni 
as his own Individuality would naturally prompl 
bieo to moke, ndnptcd in fact onr method. Th, 
result has been that, wberons great numbers of. 
persons, four yours ago, dletl of tbo disease lulhy 
towo, and whuao deaths caused a real pinic Bmoog 
the people, tho disease bus cume no more to be 
feared than any other morbid condiiion or body 
Owing to our residence" 



j nearly tho i 



:mcs out of ten sbuw like symptoms ; so they 
i esses of Influenza, and scarlet fever. Iu cro> 
specially, may tbe dTseasn ha said to bo lor 
carcely dependent upon any general dcraugcmi 
f tbo organism. Children may be, to all nppenr- 
nce, very healthy, and alnTust im 
how croupy symptoms. loDuenia Is almost al- 
vays preceded by headache. Iu scarlet fever, a 

of difficulty of the throat, in o majority or icstaa- 
ihows disturbed eoodi'tlons of digestion. 1 



A the rr 



n Ibe 



sed largely, and 



!r1IiBp.m.**... 6^J,GU 
We find Hay and Hemp ri 

Tbe liquid products are c 



.1 Jr.. 



a,wllbh 



•Of UJj riMijiliy (I!.!.. mrTH-:-.-S >.-' i-I'i .r.lloni, Cillbnii* 
1,)IG g.II<iiu, ond Koamctf 170,91!) ?.Uow. 
TbeZioe Jlocircturns require an eipluoalion 
ilbcrlo the census blanks provided for accounts 
f domestic animals ooly from persons Glliog op 

at animals uwned by those engaged in other 
nrsnlts. Seeing this deficit, Superintendent Ken- 
edy nrdered supplementary returns or tbo pi 



and lord inlennii.d, nn,' Ik-liiusiilj, as stapl 
articles or diet, logeLber wilh narcotic beverage 
in more or less use, [bo condition of the blond, i 
the fleshy tissues) and or the nervous systems i 
children are edch as greally lo predispose theo 

disposing ioflueoccs, those which gro 



nsly oi 



We have nrrni 
how both classes, 
■est gathered by ci 
7 the difference is 



Tbe 



alo crops as between the loyal States and 
re seceding States and Territories, Tin : 
.Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, ilississlppi, 
a. North Carolina, Tennessee, Tolas, Tir- 



facls nbovo set forth aro very suggcslivc o 
th-icght, and worthy of study by nnt nnly ih< 
-, but by the mechanic and artisan, Ihi 



I, ih. <-.. 



■goiaj 



Ibo .'..i 



table, wl.lcb wa have laterally p*t 
popolatlon and<laisw of lobabllaou or the 

tho trouble to institute enmparisooa. 






■lnthbanlacb 

that l»o of II 



s disc 



i by 1 



tola 



free coEroes. Maryland has E3,B42, Virgioin 58,- 
442; then Pennsylvania follows with 66,840, New 
York 4B,005,Ohio 30,013, North Carolina, nn other 
■lave State, bring sis Ih on tbo list with 30,463. 
But to return lo agricultural statistics. 





fact by 


all classes. 


eft for 


con el us i 


ns and infer 


ps.re 


nrae tbe 


uhjeet hereof. 



'"'£ 



t or c 



.rllci for 



mtaro Ibat tbo stratom In nl. 
tbed, isjliomliie lo ten degre 

sr predisposing causo to the 



i with i 



ondltion pre. 



.r heollh, or lo Boma silent influence if. 
ho views or Ihe people of this town, tbtte 
moroenro given lo tho conditions of u>. 

dy [ Iho year, ihnn formerly. This or itseir, in my 
judgement, is a very great security, for il itnojj 
lo renson Ihnt If one enn mnnogo the predispoiinj 

disease. The best cnurao lo bo pursued in saj 
family, or lo any community, in respect to li^ 
fearful scourge, is that uf prevention, ood to 
look well after the general habits of life is greally 



previous, Tho complications of Dipthcrln arc a: 
by it, and tbey differ very much by reason of lh( 



[to 



rfi 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 

symplons : Very sudden vertigo wilh blindness j ' fe jj Q fa ^ % m p m of GuKlS. 

very eudduu nausea, with vomiting; very sudden r r 

rrms house has all tub modern ih- 

ci.-rwe'i'v'tV'ihi) 'f'n.i-class Uuuseaaf iho Alliaus 



'"-"• 



.0 lbs ' 
or the 



the bodies or a 






J take 



Consider with mo nnw tho proiitnatc causes, 
rheso may bo regarded io the main as two : 

First, Suddco apA great changes in tbo degrei 
jf temperature of the almosphorc. 

Second, Suppression therefrom of tho circuln- 
,ion or the blood on tho cilcrnal sorface of tbl 
lody, nnd tho forccing of it thereby opon Ibo in. 



no, thus 






ODgestloi 



i tbl 



by lb. 
pcratlon of the predisposing causes before allud- 

nd so aro specially fitted to take on such conges. 



loo or the skin, together with the sudden chaugi 
.r temperature common to our climate, in tbo 
.ulumnsl, winter, and spring season nr Ibo yeai 
.re to bo found [bo efficient causes for tho eiisi 



Keeping Horsea' Legs nod Paot In Order. 

Ibao iboso of my ncigb- 
o [he following clrcum- 
oro nil shod with fow 
o as to permit ibo fool 



It is a carious fact which 
y show, that or adult per 
ake the disease, females, t 



mils, so placed in Ihe I 

boxes instead of stalls, and ceu 
' Ihey please j third, that they 
e two boors dally wolklog 






1 four 



t I li 



Thei 



t or tba Maine . 
■so addicted to Ibe 



,it upon Ibe blowing plan : He lied Ihe ho 
. post near the end or a wharf; where tbcr. 

set and bung back, breaking iho halts 
ilonglng bnokward Inio Iho water. Do wei 
if sight for a moment, but on "taking his r< 

lot made an attempt lo poll at ibe halier. 



Oi»?«<! 4ic^3L «opaa 4e\; 

The above shows that tho annuel producll. 
or Flas seed is now about //!•/ thousand bush. 
frtJttr than il was Itn years ago. This incrca 
tboogb fair, is very small compared with almi 
overytbingrlse; and wben we look nl tho pi 
"" i of flsi Itself, the mutter Is a very gri 



la : 



sed flox 



to 7,700,670 ponadsi In 1800 U was bul3, 783,070 
pounds— decrease In Ibe yearly product of nearly 
4,000,000 pounds. This should nnt be. Sot 



. Tue skate factory of Messrs. Williams, Mori 
k Co., io Skowhegno, Me., bus manufactured ovi 
,000 pairs tbe present season, all of which wei 
Id to a tingle Arm in Boston. Tbey make ulm 
■o different varieties ofskales, uod nearly evei 



A sir. Stokes, of Trenton, In 
Nntr, of ibe Troo American news 
gos, In bnviotrpul his marriage or 



ily sued Judge 
ung the deaths, 



death among tbe marriages, 
nedfet" would not nccei " 
Damages weso decreed lo Iho 



s or children, wbi 
imparod wilh males 
n three, nnd in Ih 



low, tbree-fourlhs aro female 
nt for this from Iwo simple ci 



or tho legs, especially in Ibe 
unconquerable desiro for SIC 
flaw; violent pain in tbe bind 
ficulty or making vralcr ; irr 

ral irritability, producing tuea 



of Diplber 
lot to wi 



wilh diorrh 
with great 



READING AND EXCHANGE HOOMS, 
'0 been fitted Dp with special reference to the comfort 
1 mln -,.„iM,ri, ,T iIil- |, ill. li,; -.T-r.illv. K.-ivi-.- i 

:;i:ws =tinii ,.,.i a i.r ; - CAisi::t.r i "K ml;. 

HRAL3. Alio— 

A Branch Telegraph Office, 



ir Ibo most purl tbo symptoms 
with slight modifications, tho i 
Scarlet fovor, croup, biliou 
;uo, typhoid fovor, whooping 
, a cu to dyspepsia, inflummaloi 
ammation or tho bowel,, dy 

rbld coodltlons, as to eonblo physician! 



lid 311 



pcrte 
nugl 




bio 


dele 


range or 


uost inatanlly, w 


alter 


s w 


th tho persoo or 

lages or Diplbe 
different person 


persons affected. 


oduc 
Ifereo 


ory 


c has gone, tho 
a ore quite like to 
■ Thus, out of 








nr 


dulls w| 




Ighl 


spec 


Fj 


Iho 


followln 


: A German hi 


ubli 
irty 


dn 




my 
Iho 


family, 
enigo, a 
symplon 


d fell lo the Door. 
s of dlplheria n- 






clly i 



anted, as It f 
!cotnesfoQl,|[i 



ents being made np largely of materials which 
have been scparnted from iho solid ilisoe, nnd re- 
eeived into Ibo blood erlth a view of being p, lg!c d 
off tbroq e h Ihe various cllminalory deparlmonts, 
which are Iho Inngs, Ibo bowels, Ibe kidneys and 
Ibe skin. Nolbeing carried off as Ihey should bo 
Ihey become acrid nnd poisonous. When under 
eerlnfn Changes of Ihe temperature, therefore, tho 
blood la forced from Iho capillary blood vessels of 
tho skin, back upon tbo capillary vessels or tho 
impurities in tho blood 



In tbe < 



oreo or Ir 

oof chillh 



lb OB 



Has 



thy nay in which 



for tbo most part pnr. 

A boy has thick cover fnr'hiVreai'an^l J £',[,' 
shape of hlgh-lopped boois, with M B \ ,„]'„, , L[]|] 



ocklng. 



'f pant 



ut Ibat nl s 
ody as lo bs 



olbo 



'"'""'.vlnair.wblcb.lfof 
oecejiarllj- produce con- 
■1 ebllllncj or ihe surface 
o truth of this view one 



upon spllti 
of Iholun; 



icly of n- 



eyes, some of ringing In Ibo ears, some or 
In Ibe bowels, olhers of chills running or 
down their backbones, pnlns In their legs 

My Irentmenl of this disease begun year. 
At tbo outset I bad In my own mind no «" 

nature. I, however, saw the Vn.^ccessfoT ' 
of ihoenurso ihenporsueu by physicians or'lhl 
Allopa.hlc school, nod in vi„w of ibelr wa„, r 
success I pur.-ued a course of freaiment 
IhfTta ^K,'" " 3 d " it01 " «» prodnco Fe «- 

^"»' ot ^' P=llent. died" fZl lTllT\ n 
'''V,j'i?r,,,V!kiq Ur » n 'V. J T aei ^ "'»"«'"' to 

l- "•« -TnalS onh B '° Vt °^ Ca """«" 
reV^nth "" fl "^ ^ Vw * ta 

wean the snea'aVr" t" '° ,L " "*°:. Wo !""<■ 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Comer of Market, Bit Eery, and Bush sfj-eeta 



sax j-i;axcj.sc<>. 




TniS HOTEL IS DE[SO ALTERED ASD tlf- 
provod, and will boroaflcr bo conduced on tho ErW- 
PEASPLAN. Bonrdorswilltinfaroi-hadmeilisUll 
hiors, at Iho New Department, corner <.f Market "If™ 1 * 
at tho now Rofoclory. Thli Dopnrtmonl will ho «* 
coniluoted In lha moil approved otyle, m zi la »nVT 
the moil railldious. Tbe Tablepwill lie iitpp!ildiil| 
every laiury of the souoos. This Doparlmont -ill t< 
ooliroly dhtlnel from the Hnlol. Ihoush o r eolosrniaH- 
ELEGAKT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

Tho loeallon of U,l, H.,,,-1 i- un^nn-^.l. werJinliW 
the Bay, nod gives ono or the Dncjt pro'r*=«. "" , 
views of onr entire oily and tho lumiuodinc cauetry. | 
SAML'L MeCUI-LOUOIl ei CO., 



s: 



24 






COLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Sevcntli it ml K its ■_* Hj 1 

SAOKAMENTO. 

THIS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO THE PUDLW U L 
a "II., [«,, f,,- Fnmillo.-.' »nd for Iho Traveler. I 



fortuhlenej of 7h '"a"artmolu!"by'' Cell "a""" 1 
Booms,clean Bods and Hoddlng. and rirlct •««»"" 
to tho wants n r Dourd.rii trhilu Ibu TAIILE3 ■"' " I 
provided "lib the von bo.t the umui a Mas. , I 

°"»"»»> »nd from ,h u II,,el to .he R.U>£ I 
Can and Steamers, nt all Hmes I'teo ut CbaijS t" 1 " I 
Patroos of tbe Hulol. U ol0 i opta n U nl*h«- 

SS- Connnatod with the ffolel b a Flrn.pruef STABl* P 
oiprowly foe lbs care of llerdei and Carrl.rU J& | 
Pairons of Ibo lloo.o 

' n X>- .E. CALLAHAN, . I 



Farm for Sale. 

M thui:e inrM.jiKi, A.'jtFisniosT- A baLt 

itivor, Iwontj mi | c . ,,„,,.„. ,,„ r| | | !ir,-3- . J 

S"i>. cn.isiins of a B| ,l odl,l STUCK mS«t - 1 ' , ' " ° 

two hundred aores hi.n,,,,, !„„,] , .,„r.>l »' lu Bl "' 



C.Jar.ad B 



[IB 



>d one hondi 

hot-suitable for lnmuerlu t „. <u 

tor sale cheap. For further particular., Inqol 
KNAPP. Blliltlll.l 
310 Washington St., San FrUisW* 






UUkn 
■' & sh.sl 






TH E CALIPOENIA F 



rialifornin Hotcj,, 

HFjHDIANOLOeT OP CALIFORNIA 



xxnr.— vi.— )iisl'i;li..\m:ou5 addesda- 

I The Pimm and Merleopea. 
BftjIitiDg contrast wilb lb. Arrieb-S nrolhcln- 
^fflSrlbu wboss nomes ndoro the heading or this 
^rtgrapt.. In my form., klt.r I piv. vou an 

tfilneYun...; tli.ir n.-.er.iiu.i I,., the Finn.!, and 
loot otter f.i>-i= of 



pr ,>miH' l.v Jci 


ribingacourt 


ng-malcbandmar 


riigr, anil it in 


eta! csreinonj- 






is maj prove 


ntemstiop; to yon 


K,d.rs. Wo. 


a M.iricopn 




bwm a ,l - n '-' 


lit, be psiors 




killing nwum-r 






illblsfiO"!-, » 


d promenades 


he tillage ioqacs 


Of.cife. All 


the marring. 


ble girls take do 


nolitt and pi 


era IbctOielvc 


accordingly, like 


»|,. palnlrjj,' I 




nsling the molt CO 


qctlLsb glanci:.; 






IteVd otx.- »( i 


e young offers 




!„,■' Tjlli.h 1 


iunoeJIstcly 


perceived by tb 


larcitd old -[ 


atrs who bun 


en to be her rein 


tjrtsj,aa<_ivli-. 


Ibe evening co 


mca, at which tiro 


bail eipeci-J 






the boo;. IS ct 


1 tilled iriih b 




rstnti.e. -I'l 


immediate fr 




ibubtJ, ana 


* peeling this 


sort of thing, tb 


Idler enur. ., 


efullj, slcppto 


; clear of the pro 


tnte dn.liv '■■■ 


nUBbieh line 


bis path, and take 


bil Ml OCllT 


he object of 




, !UiD ,, ,,„.. 


o corner, loo 


ing as sheepish a 


pos.ibl.. To. 


e they .it, cb 




and <fhiFp-.no, 


10 neb other, 


w title all Ihe rest i 



A period of len fears has elapsed since the aob- 
.rtbora first invited public attention to tbe pecn- 
ir properties of tbeir Patent Aile-greaae. 



accept lum, he 



that nit 


Thf n 




be go 


a of ever 


ret hides 
The mar- 


all da 
bt be 


from 








fausc 


mplete 


, witbo 


at an; fa 


j or feath- 


en, oa. 




bad. 


e partita imniedi 


lely inier- 


esled h 


tos Ti 


ordto 


aj io 


bo matter 


Littla or 


no Jill 












Pirn., v 


ages i 


Ibis i 


spect 


although 


there is a 






paney 


n their 






When 


B Ha 


icopa 


its a 


urge Tone 


al pyre Is 


made, .. 


d eve 


ry ntli 


la the 


deceased 


possessed 


while 1 


vlag. 


, plae 


d BpO 


It with 


he corpse. 


All bis 


clotht 




cry di 


criplion 




or bor. 


a; all 


is ponliij ; all bis nh( 


t or other 










in fine, e 


try artiel. 


of u; L 


Mh-M 


*"h"h 


t— tbe 


rdl'to 


and all re- 

tho Binds 


amidst 




sand 


a menu 


tioos v. hi 


h last odd 


hit am 


one 


ight. 


You m 


ay snppos 


thai tbe 


o £*' 






«ignnl 








of his 


emih, 


which in 




a*tm 


sodn. 


.tuufe 


guedg 


ief, while 


1 d.-,Ln.;._ 



bot thanks lo tbe libera) o 
of a large portion of tbe teamsters nod coach 
more of California, tbo demand for their 

..,.1,.™ Sun-, i- t"iri|.,.f v.iih th.-ir article, tbe 
.A.L AXLE-GREASE has not. n.qnirt-d an 

..i:..rli .u,.l bn.i.llb o. ..ill Urol.., I Ir.goD, and the 
[eigbburingTertiloriea. 
Hut whilst tbu subscribers return Iti.i. pr.H.-fii] 

and. Toe lopplj of raw ni-.f.-M .1 fr-'-itl tb-; t. ,. , 
laving in cuns.rju.o.s been entirely cut off, the 



n of the science of 

tbal bomrcr fit o:i]'-r.il might tit f„r illuminating 
irposes, and Tor which it stands uncqualed, it 
.3 oot at all adapted to make a permanently 
lisfartorr Ailc-grcasc. la tbis dilemma the 
:b: L-ribiti lurntd tbL-ir views to Iho native pro- 
duce of Calilornia, bclieviop ili.it l.,r ; .,. ., .1.1 rn i c io s 
lataral resin might be 0,1:, ..-tr. I fr U! |] ib, uobl.j 
I trees of her boundless foresU. 
sTlng iniited attention to this snbject, they 
e- already received one parcel of the crude 

milted lo careful distillation, bus produced 
ft bland oil, far exceeding in lubrication prop- 



B loglnnd among elder sons who impatiently 
Kit 10 "step iota the shoes of their fi.lhe.VU 
KjbePimoido not burn, bot bury tbeir '"fM. 
Bklog care, however, to bury all their worldly 





,iheir leipeclive rtli^ioua beliefs, an account of 

Kg^.h In.iil >,™ .™l..nr In 




■Eh" Pi""' believe in a atraore miilmc of Chris- 




tianity after tbe ltdnmn fjtltl, nod paganism ; Iho 








Jesuit fatbei", to stun ibej are indebted for their 






u 


tion, neiet broke ruJelv uoon Iho ciLiliog snper- 


- 


llitlooi of tb-: sav.tge tribes among whom they 


f 


plantcd ml 1 -hi ooi, but endeavored 10 near tbera 


Klj by degrees! aod Ui this end. alluntd Ibeui 


toretain tl tew of their more uppicuated "psguo- 








^^R ■ *■■""' Tlt.„ r,.,l nncnnmnn la W 






H 


^Brvttb sooioul their own Iradlliuns. Icovinir a 


1 


.^migelj <ba:.lit jumble of r.ligK.US ideas and 




^^Blnni amnoi' ibe neuolc. wlnth bate ooi been 




.■Improved br Hie btpbM of 11 ciotnrv tviiboul reli- 




(iuui iosuuetiuu of utit l.iod. The I'imo; believe 






■ 


^BHadoil; the Spirit of Goo-J and the Mnlrit a 




Brtl; each of which i. er,ually Just lotvard, bol 


k. 


^^^tnlly with each other. IUc lormer ol these 



self but little will 



^fller having l.d jutt 1 

][5fefpy baaliuj: ,;rouor 

Died bj the bijjj afte 

Ihe curtb. Tbu Spir 



B«J believe, If 1 body is suitably burled, It 1 
Bo beano; but if left disinterred, it will 
Hud like the ghost of liamlct.'s father, rest! 
■tanhippj uotil Its crimes shall bayo been 





H^Kdnrn,., .Ur. H..ne.. h„. 


r*> 


•1th (uroi ro.,'iilir ,'id-iJ Tb.;- vii lb, it God cro- 




•Utjltbeearlb, p-nuli-J it and coil- here to lite 




^B>r ■"*" "■ "■"" ■"■ "" "•- <•"• 


Jbl 


W« Ugh bill In M-iko, ...irttun.leil by a cbofen 




Ptaple whom hi- named "Mod wtm 1 ' or "Jionle- 








*f»We porliim of lb'.- inrlli. Tb.,t nfler a Ion), 




tl»"t tbe devil and hi- , pl. : |,u-i,iil,J lln ,l kille. 


-# 


Ood, b-l 0!c |, Jn .j a itud fuel tli:v col off, nn. 




platCtd bis tide will, a (Bear; but that niter some 




. uaytbearoi.; floli, the dead am! a,.;,:or],d into 


<ft 


b*v f o ,-,-]„■„. be o,„v d.vellH ; ivbilo bi. cbosei 



the people of God ; but that if ft ho huroed It will 
remain upon tbia earth with tbo devil, doing pretty 
much as it did in the flesh, until the return of God 
ban It Kill be again gathered to its people. Oi 
tea not of this belief they resort lo incrematioi 
id worship tbe devil, paying him all tbeir ado 
rations as tho Immediate Divinity upon whos 
lounly they nro dependent and whoso chastise 



hem in Culimrnia, who they declan 
.■tumas."— £ Alia Cal. Juno, 18G3. 






■v progres 



if t 



that ne.v errorls may be put 
erics made, so that Calilornia 
ndent or nil foreign supply, 
r lofty mountains And our 
will yet give us that supply. 



tire resin In sufficent quantities, they will 
lie to sell their celebrated Alle-grauo at n lot 

price than any of the spurious coal-oil varieli 

— "h may hereafter be Imported. 

BUCKS & LAJIGERT, 

ilaiftJl-iCTDRIBO CUBHIftTS, 

KalomDnnd Minna streets, San Francisco 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN. 
The Original P. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Profluoing 
LARGE OVEN 

Summer and Winter Alr-Tlght 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Biturnirjoiis Coal. 



V,-i.|, ::.:,.,.,.] f;,,„ L.r,;eFluei. and by the Addition 
of the eallbroLed Patent' b.ublc-bcet 1)-,11.,[„ 1'luo 
Attention Is Invited to tho rollowior points of inperl- 

30 «Mi.'" 1 6le™ 'am nowTn "?o tiaa^won litVp^fi 

18K * 

.'I, HAsmMclnn^fiveiy porlion uf Ihe Staa la. 

lb'.r...J;bH ::.. :,M<wi l:„b M-.vo i< -al,,;,in.,lT,-, 3 
<l, i.'M-.tV,ri--il;,l:i Dt -, bolHot. bollinc loaitlDE, 



t lii.rr.L'i rLtc-Ej.bldhl 



3th, ItuoiLiso— Poiforrncd on the top, and withat 

'i ,-■• -ibilitr »f rm'.ti! ennrlni Ibe room. 

9th llor ffA-riiB Rurnvoin »i.o IVmiiixo Ctosrr- 



i none Of lh«mi-l~e-.. ;,.,!• of il ■ , !!; r.ilir,i 

.-, ili-.nb.>[,.-.i„-.,ri> l». alEWAkt, ih.,1 
r.-n,r,., arc ...o.,v.-b 1..-.0 :;■■•,. ,,itur J;t 
For sale by 

CALBU V. Sll li.r.1,11, 



New Washing Maciiiiie, 

"KHOWLBDOE SHALL BE IHOBEASED." 

THE SUQSCIiIBER Would OALL Tin; .mit;:;. 
tl.-n..| ll.g 1'ubti.: to bi. „...,li i, .,„,, I V. 

M^bir.c, t,hl,b t.lHl.erjlil^.lfVjIl.ur, ,., ..II .,.!,.., 
InvonUoi ■- set made on tbbi mirft Important runu 

W«.h,Ba.h. «mb, «mb,-Mh, =uh to^ay, 
11* on w'omtFve^Wawa'e. °° ' 
TblieloeUntand simple Kew Icvontloo, wbleh bai 

1 ■:..!! .-!,!.:,.■ 1 (i.T ,.-,!,;:, I, ,.-| 1 1 |,,. ,.ff,„ | ,., , .-,,, j,,,,,,, 

will moot Ibe approba. 
loSanTranoiieo.bythi 



,>'" oeV„o-D and lrj ,u,-^ ,,,,.,n. They .lio over ' 
H«*lf. bmlx t,c L.irJ L ,l it t . i 1 1 *ro to b-aven nod 



A Fretty Little Garden-Spot. 
it wean . pinty Oarden-^-)t of d B ti «, 




SEED WAREHOUSE. 

(ESTABLISHED 1H 1BS0J 

S. TV. MOORE 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER JH 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT. 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

THE trSDERSIONED HAS ESTADLISIIED StTCH 
> (ooure from ibe very beet wuree-the most ski 



eelnt.a 



eclbi, 



dlrocllj fro a Eraneo and Englaod, from well fcoown and 

need in on r eatalocuaa. 

It has been the oiporieacenf our best gardoi 



i California 



r, ontil to 



aXbr 



HAS FOR SALE 

.Ifalfa or Ohilo Clorer i Hun K itrifln Grass : 
Kentocky Bluc-grnssi Orchard Grass; 

ited-top Graas; Sainfoin Grass 

ngllsh Rye-grass, Timothy Grass ; 
Red Clorer; White Dnwh CIotbi 

Crimson Clorer, Lncerno, ftc. 4o. ic. 



DEET, CABBAGK, CAIiHtiT, li.l l>ISn, TCTBSIP 

l.'i. , '.'i!'4iti:i;. M[;i.nNd, d;i inj; oviiiVj ' 

T01IAT0, EARLY AMI LATH PEAS 
DEANS, Ac, Ac, Ac. 

Tobacco Seed. 



COTTON SEET>. 

Guano from Johnston'" Island, 

FLOWER SEUDS (300 Varltllcs ). 

BULBS: 

nrw'lu, T™P8. 1IVAOINTHS, 

oad In endless rarioty, Imjiortod direst froni Fa*soi 

From his looroiporience la tbo Seed Basle oo (otot 
hlrteen yean), and bli rory oittniiro itock of goods 
•PPertalBlat to an wtablishmentof thu klad, he U coa- 
Idontofhliabilllysosatlifybispalroiui. 

^5 Native California Evergreen ^fc 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 



Large Stock of Evory Varinty of Seed, 



3IER0HANTS JjV TUB TRADE, FARMERS, 
AND LARGE RANCH OWNERS 
Who wish to boiaoplledln his line. 
And weald rocennend that Oat.ua roa Sa.n basaat 
DIRECT i« tbe uad.rsireod, throu.b the ",„„" e' 
by Mall, otherwlj, r ,i,ti , run (]p, EAT K[SK of bo[n 
ipo«d non,l n e«o tholr Order, should bo Alio d at 
me rnnitpoffsiiLK EstAatunMiKT. 
*ST The A.ee., of Walls, P.rao k Co.', Bap™. ... 



In tbo Seed and Norsery 
lorlty to alt other soeds. 



id for a Catalog 



S. "W". MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUBB, 

408 (old He. llOj California street, 
t aAli rAASCisco, 



G-¥tJEiA.?r SALS 

FRUIT TREES 
For the Season of 1863. 



GEAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY, 

HAVE THE SOLE AQEHCY 



0. Tf. REED, Washington, Yolo connly. 
B, S. FOX, San Jose. 
MARK FaRNEY, Ban Joso. 
WH. O'DOSSELL, San Jota. 
L. A. GOOLD, Santa Clara. 
THOMPSON'S NDRSER1E3, Suseol. 
MOCK'S NUBSBRIB3, Potalutnn. 
PEPPER'S do do 

lib ether aroaaes open for all the Productions of lb 

Nursery, Vineyaid, and Garden, 

VS- Orders can bo left at tho DEPOT— 



TT^IES PACIFIC 

FRUIT MARKET 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
GRAVES, WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY'S 

Tree, Fruit, & Wine 

WAREHOUSE. 

Ordera for 

Fruit Trees, 

Ornamental Trees, 
Grape-VineSj 

Garden Shrubs, 

Of all kinds; and every rarioty of article of 

NURSERY STOCK 



B3" Wo have taken tbe largo ipace of (/wood opinio 

The Cu_.lr.io. linos-, do Bailor; -li..t, shore sample 

TREES of all kinds r,ill , M n to ,m __.hibltl.t_. 

Wolnritooll bomntocallon 

cbues or layins their pleases 

Wo Hoald particularly caltiho attention otbai 
Trees aoil Vinos to Ihe fact, that, onlng to tbo ilo: 
the last winter, the planilac of trees was general 
poiuod with all oior tho Stalo, coniequontly, tbii 
nea tnmt bo eroatly augmaoted this season, and It 
therefore bohooro. bnyor. to raekalhelrsaleotlaiisoarly 
nod thus socare GOOD THBES. as tbe demaads ft 
the m tana t be vary 1 ariio, and veiy prcsiiog, aod tboio 
that fornard orders early nill bo the first that 

Thacondltlonof tho Nursery Trade has been 
eitronj of late years, so many leases hate ocoor 
there are nor. bat rery fon Nanorles tbat hare 
slooi», and bujers iboolil parch see of only veil 
-llabll-b-aoa-> It "III bo our aim lesond o 
Tr.t., I'l.nlv ..Sr_l,.,._n,l Vin... as shall not . 
fleet credit on oi. bat .hall c i.o Mtiiraotlon t 

T Oar Prie" '"" 

buttbeynlllhodelivorodtolho diffo'ro- , 

nharru in ear harbor, free of ebarce. 

Catalogues of Varieties and Prices 



s Is maMm: their <-:l..!i..',._. 



OEEEBAL C0MMI89IOH B08IHEB9, 

Bos laare to call the allcntlon of Iholr old patroi 
anil Ibe poblio conerally, to tholr praseot nlaeo of 
business, THE PACItflC FItDIT MARKET, nhloh, 
for location and cooeral adaptlhlllty lo builaoir, they 



-n Pmit or erery kind. 
Trees, Shrubs, ete. 
Vogotablos of ovoryklnd. 
lluttor,E C ir.,andPoaltry. 
Lira Bleck. 



Oralai 



7 kind. 



Bales nae.ao.eod and retains made 1m mod lately. 
Porohasei made of merohaad-ie, oto, for parties In 
bo Inlorlor, and attention jiroa lo sblpplog Ihoaamo, 

Tboy also call attention to tholr Sracicna Ago Con. 
xhiimt Oltua, which offers Una faollillc. for the 
torajo and ripealnc of Wloei, olo, and which has a ca- 

Tholr .ate for atora E o Is fifty cents per month per tan 
meiunroiDent., end tho nine thus stored Bill ho held 



3, WlLLUUakDUOi-LEr. 



S EED, PL A NT3, ETC. 

AMERICAN SEED-STORE, 



1863. 



SEEDS I KEEDSI 



1863. 



JUST BGGEIVED 11V STEAMER, per K«pmn. dtrpn 

,,,.. i. r -.i .,.,,1 !■■■ i tASTBllS BB£lD.lfOD_J_3 aed 

CJioice and Reliable Seeds, of the Growth 



of I 



Garden, 



In Every Variety, 



Tobacco Seed : 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY ™,i 
CONNECTICUT 
fSeed-Xjeaf Tobacco. 



W. K. STRONG, 



Lucerne, Lucerne, Lucerne I ! 

(OR ALFALFA.) 

50 



-—IMPORTED BY BA1IUEL 

Api'ly, 1M M'i-itromcry itreet. 



<_>__a^_.jp_E-^v r iTV-E:s 

FRUIT TREES. 

Ornamental Trees, 

Mulberry Trees, 

For Sale at a Bargain. 



HAVING SOLD SEVERAL BUILD- 



% 



"W AT VERY X-OW PHIOB 
II tbe GRAPE- VISES and TREES that are on tbo 
saro the cxpensa of transplanting to another plaw 
W3~ Orders promptly attended to. 

"" V1 ■ L. PEEVOST, 



WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

TTtOft SALE BY— 

■ <:■ 1. 1 M.r.l.ry. 

Audi BRIIRDIEHE i DIPIOT, 

COS Sanmina slroel, 
lBlf Saji Faancuco. 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds. 



At flie Japanetie Bazaar, 

WO, QEl !WE01SrTGl-03MrEn"ST ST. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape-Vjaes, Epergteens, Seeds, Ete„ 

omprlltns tbo followlos choice urCMiai ; 
Applo, Cborry, Pencil nut! Peai Tni eg ■ 
Apricot, Plom, Potnegratialc. aad MffTtoeaj ' 
Persimmon, Orange, (lo bearing condition); 
Oamclln, Looust, Button nod l.iicqiior Tr«« ■ 
Blban, Variegated Pine, Ton Planta, nud "il D " 

Grapo-Vinej, Ererar«iis, Btc, 



Grain, Vegetable, ftFlower Seeds of Japan, 
Of 1862, 

Togotber nlib M (bo rarlotloi o( 

RICE SEEDS 
EHUBARB AHD ASPABAQUS nOOTB. 

00,000 HIANT ASrARAQU.S ROOTS ef ].«. •!,. 

AUo 1,000 Victoria Hhunard EooU, 

Tihleh nil) ilold a Crop the First Your. Price, H pec 
Tho abora are irorlliT nartleoU. •iti,nil n „ b.~_i_. 

1-.SS!. 3S2&S,- ^"'"'•.« ; 



44 



ItJbCE O A.T, I F OjJNIAPAEMEE. 



jts MifircitiB faran. 




A FEEMITTM. 
lent six j! .1 ■■ r : ■. lt ■- -■ ol fresh seeds to 
iscribot, tbnt deiitei Ihe same. The 

r nod valuable varieties. Clubj of 
,icribers, In one lot, will bo entitled 
rl number of parcels each. Should 



The Btalo Agrlculturol SociecyV Report. 

Tn« Report of the Managers of the State Agrlcul- 
nil Society for 1EG3, Iho important portion of 
ilcb we published lately, It deserving the alton- 
,n. of. the farmers, uf tbi* Stale. It is. ft very Ira- 
Mint document, especially Ihnt part of it where 

an Bltcmpt is made to show that the properly of 
cloly (properly to which thoy have nn title) 
clcnl to pay their debts, or nn equivalent. 

Wo govo that portion of it to which we allude, and! 
appears lo us to be Ilka the arguments of those 
tild cat" mining companies, that aro now abont 
bring ruin npon so many Innocent psrtles. 
The Agricultural Ball belongs lo tho County of 
tomnicmo, nod not 10 the State Agricultural So- 
oty; the park and grounds, lo on association in. 
pendent of the Slate 



ral Socie. 
their meetings ft single year there 
this p rope rlj reverts lo these pi 
Stale Agricultural Society loan oil 









.ii- .1 I. 






will I 



will: 



TREASUBY NOTES AT FAS. 
or part towards adopting the ( 

lie Ibe Legal Tender Nntcsn 

iheFABXEB. If those who 

ions by mull will ft 



Inch i 



win ct 



with Ibe full lite dol- 
neks"— the more tbt 






G tapes and Temper a boo. 
Tat Jonrnal of Temperance discovers "breakers 
d" In the report we published, week before 
on the number nf grape-vines, and the prob- 



bold 






inmWjiJl tbsitn 



ladDtco 


Catllt, 


Stood lie 


ria, LtictM 


jtrofd SS 




■icon Eaa 


and Lanti 


/«*, /or 


sole 8 


l aJttrli, 


"""" '" * 



o which we call Ihe n 
if tbe Stock gronnds, 
,f [he title of the mi 



They are leased lo Ihe 



lorly interested In Sacramento County 
* Board mnit bo composed of delegate 
I part: or ihe State, and virtually ibe Sim 
n be held wherever Ibe Koard of Agricul 



t to our Statu Agricultural So. 
ion to the doings of the a: 
New York Suite Agricultara 



The Agriculture 1 College. 
BOOiupaniei-,""OninIbo> and Kallroad Com- 
es," "Turnpikes," "Bridges," nod "Ferry Com. 
ca," and all the. numerous demands of indi. 



Tu« price of gold n 



B^ CONTINBNTAIi TELEGRAPH. 
DATES TO APRIL 2d, 

nt~up again at New Tort dur- 
ig 169, but was coming down 
yesterday, as Ihe dispatch daled April 3d, "oys: 
Exobango, nn.oltled be lloulontlons in GoldsnlM, 
0©I72 ; Gold Irregular, deoidedly Inwsr ; open- 
s al BO and declining lo 0'J* ; closing heavy at 
I3@S4 ; Sixes nf '81, Coupons, 1051 i Registered, 
1MJ; Soven-thirlics, IOJj. 

Virginia the following reports are given : 



TtepSftsonlMlves were lo loovo New Voik In it, 
Ilenmer of Wednesday. 

It is silled tbe Admlnlmo-.loT conudeally tI- 



mi . tall i i ,: | ol| ' .; 



We reply [. 



proporllon of Ibe using generation 
ill our hospilals, almshouses, and 

lauy will begin by whipping their 

Iho first queslinu, that we do, Tor 
i, Ihut, Ihough the benefit mlghl be only 



in the substitution for beverages pcrni 
nnni (Inevitably so from Ihe u 
c by wbicb (boy aro' supplied), of I 



irred to, Ibere woulo 
[msbousee, State p 
ow, end bence lucre 

The subject broach. 



State. To quesllo- 
ilj answer nroblor. 
■ elief, judging fro 



lUgglill; 






ai the I 



eaptur 



t Ihnt 



roperty of Uui. 



, daily 



fore our front on the Rappahannock, 
M.ii. i] officers conclude that Leo's array is 
olnB materially strengthened by reluforeci 
i number of cltiicns of Fairfax hnvo been cacort- 
d 10 the old Capitol within a fow dayi 
barge of being concerned i 



: Court 



■ssing 





erally 


ISpOFed 




in the 


r habits 


of Agri- 


pari! a 


improve 



Tba Contrabands. 
Tub Emancipation Act will placo 
thousands of those freed men nt (hi 



so for their ci 
i proposed lo 
United States 
led objections' 
valid. Wo think Ibere an 
5OD,0CIOur l.OQo .HUD f , 
that shall be freed, can be 






implojed 



r colored populati 
ellaodadrauUgeo 



c's agents, as 


ft question 


ance or a 


efo 


eihe 


f thousands 


f acres of 


and for Dn 


Ag 


icul 


College, in 


hlcli the s 






ho educalcd 


In tbe scie 
n, forsoolb 


ace in w 


W 


they 


go by"-mus 


ho hdtfnit 


!</ postpoa 


M. 




. ask, In all 








sihlr 


tboso Legisl 


tori^wno c 


aim to b 


ft 


mer 


tock-man, c 


n sit dowo 


uietly anc 


sen 


sue 



iggcat three ways in which the; 
be fully employed, and against either of 
lans can no r.'al objections be raised. 

1. We would place tbcm oa the Pacific 
oad, end thns hurry on this great not 
rork. 



>ld a. 



r Vic 



id month o; the Kant 
ion of the Court III 
(.■red others, and burned 



being increased at 
zod Gen. Ullman 



Th 


i'ri-i.li-i 


has 


esigoalcd Tbursd 


iT, lb 








tdny. 






lllton H< 








■„■■. 


alan, and Paw 










1 Kn 








rt Uoynl i 










houldsh 












in n 






oir 

irme 


ony I J Li 
d. She i 

represent 

|:,l,|.. 111.. 

In ll full 


dto 

L.,.-|i 


powcrFul Blenmf 
hoNovy Depantn 
Alabama. Rictinr. 
lion of tho Gsur 
rig rigged, and 1 


r, ana 

ft Ei 




































thus 


issued ft proclom 


"ss 



oulh that won 


d lead immodlaltlv to 






eft Knnivlilo on Ihe 






have utterly failed in 




nft and Soulhi 










woolJ at 


quilcd tn enl 


rco it. Tho presence 


of Fedtnl 



d hy Mr Secretary 
rbo attacked tho 




u. Oa the re til r 


our troops a 

trf.Jlln, V..-.\ 


-fl-.d 


.I,,| |\,|, :l . 


T. Piion, fur ibe (Vc-l.th ["iL-irict, <•■; :".-j n»jM- 
liy. ThcLi'Ki;liiiure standi; Smith'* supnorttrt 


sperato hund-lo- 


and conflict 


Rich 


rdsnn. A 
3S rebels 


Ki'iti.fr..iN.-Tlic l'oii,ti i[],iirr.'clLon shoiVJ M 




larjje uuiuli 




nded and 
















[ikt.li- .,-,,„ 


led. 




I'oli-ii l--i„n, furmine in London, will ibartlj d(- 


portanec. Ser. 


:i!e£ 


': : 


very great 

l'l"->n< iir- 
J, the 27th, 


part, if fully equipped, for Poland. 


redaiYonng'sPo 


How to Teli, tub Rbutivi VattTE ov OnsM- 


mnged by the trc 


a, hut Din g 


',h„',t 


'';;, r "„ , i]i 1 ' 


nicEa.— To arrive at the value of pjper motnj. 


(allwly nninjure 


. The work 






when gold commands a premium, multiply 100 by 


cteburg waB su 


ponded and 


Ibe 


redgns re- 


the amount uf the premium on gold, and diriis 




, making fu 






the prnduct by 100, with tbe amount nf preffiica 


lue wurk impoi 




3-ISft™ 


added ; tba result will show the discount oa pi- 



illy, Bud In n coicy little plica l< 
lion of Iho Metropolitan- Market, a 

■Dl, Where Mr. k Mrs. Parker preside. 

Ion, Ihe other dishes eau be bud of a 
usnally found, and at a low price. 



I high, bar. 
ell and bar 
m. for fuml 



Igbt for 


ols of people 


to put lb 


eir namos d 




Marin Count 


Journal 








ad then 




In-.-, ii f.j 
New S 


the Calirorai 


Farmer, 


nd pay for 


usic-Koble 


so well 






and publish 




Pacific, bns 


ue the n 


w eoog of ' 


iiy sistt 


" composed 




eic by P. H. . 


ichols, B 


1- We hare 


received 


recently, fro 


ibo torn 


ho Me, a co 












u a thousand 






Ml1.1T 


"V ATFAtUS.- 


A telegra 


pic dispatch 








om E. D. To 




8. A., at V 




Slating tba 


time gr 


ated for des 


rler. ant 






army to ret 


rn to the 


respective c 



A Gbsit IVobk— ibn is i 
IflOO pages can bo called 

* published by Congress, a 

d_oblcd '0 111". T. 0. Pbelp, 

of rascality Iber 



ingtbet 



10 pages 



lll.w n„„ 



A letter from Unduo .i..i„ ,...,, 
ibirty-oue specimens of maiblnery e 



^"^Ps^'o'Wn, who commanl 1 

•"'"d lo Washlogtoo and ,„nZ\ .v, . '■' *'" 1 
sn - onn «nilpTanUB ( OBio"|D | hi "'""'y 

"UU. Ill* Cullfurn ft nn.l II. .. " ,1L1 "".- 



els near Stanford, is 
ore taken. The Fedvn 
nemy. 
Gen. Hurlbnrt has is 
ro camps at ColumbU: 

1, no'ectually^se" 
0, and put at work, li 
At Ibo Rhode Island 



re W sim b |e"' J , 
■gold n in'V 1 

■in, ,li vL.]. 



on tho dollar. Xnc&a \ 



-oof 



100 Oi 



green 



Mi," 



it is proposed to ouperfedo the nsc of •»* 
plalea for ships by willow-wood of ihe tblctiH' 
or a loot, having a steel-rolled plate of nn iodl 
and-a-holr inserted in tho middlo of the wo* 1 ! 
This wnod has iho properly of resisting comfi*l 









e proper 



sled. Wink- 1 
T , basllketinB 

; for tbe It' • 

j .,„ sdJitiP"-' 



pie of col 
paper can 
oiber i g 



e made from It as well as I 
>ble fiber. Ho states that u- - _ 
fit can be ol.lnineil in l!,e W.il' 1 
imo of tbe Western piiper-o*'*' 



crop In Ojllfornia, 



on, are J.p 10 lilies of the choices! kind', ^ 
In, Clid-.om,, and that most ejnuiiitely <<f^ 

gem, the l'uher,,, ,_„!„, tl ,j, i„ ,„ ,-i-«j;; 

™^"« I «'''»^P1«'" This Seed &«*Jj 

"»\m\ouZII »'7, 1 'll!.i,^'a 1 l'arge'*"dl«* 



uillar with Ibe gn.wlrg *' ^_ 
r-cane, hemp and l!.n, « B ■! 



THE CALIFOBNIA FARMER. 



The Cnrconoy. 
BUhohle law of Cun-fv^.tl.c 1" on "contract! 
rtJUBIdveMlTVfJ"."'"'" H"-- dcliTcrj of cn!<! 
„ bullion.'' wlij.:li api'lica '« 1'> !1T " ["v„t.lc .0 
p* or «H«r-i!.l S tar, with thn.wnpdutiw, 

•BOnoU "J "''■■'" , r - 1'" " Ql l"' 1 " qQUm 

tauu lo Ibe currsm-7 upheld in ibis Slate, of 
MRba Silver. That the effect of Ibi 
HKsptloo of the Lepil Tender Sol. 

Buteu Ibo curr.ncj, we regard n* cert. 

w b,Uere Ihe people will Ibcrclir be 
Hl*u »be porornmoBl. Tie note 

nil be found of t-r 

ou j r«r«ts '»- 

„ mtC ir(L,,, 1 U.T:..- 



neb ted, 

renience nod benefit io 
ncrallr admitted under 



The Sew WuhinB Kaehine, 
^Krd to the new washing ™«bini 



eased," Ur. A.Clark, fatborof t 



I boTCJUE 



mj- girli 



9 old, 1 



Esfii 



gib op 



isldcroble cicllcmontio Napa 
ioontj, owing to treasoonble certain plana and 
plotting*— springing from the brains of Kino who 

fare of tho lojal State of California. Mare Island 
ha) been put in a stole of defense, the Saginaw 



nod tber 






defend 



thrir homes in cmq It should be nccessarj. Ij 
tbere nro parlies fiendish enoogh lo plot, crniy- 
headed to attempt, and insane enough lo dream of 

raids!, there is nothing that would giro us 
pleasure than lo hear lhal their necks wen 

pulled Terj tight. Tho sciiore of tho Onap 
and capture of her pajienjen, proves that 1 
siooisti, ready lo act, are among ns, and i 

ready to assist tho government when called 



^Mftte; vwo children ID 
nH ch tide, will do a washing w.tb 11 easier aou 

■Bout half the lime a woman could do it 00 
(annum washboard. And it is qaile an ornnmeol 

BBS kitchen. The tub or box is 28 inches long, 

sBBCh M wide, and as it slands on its legs is 28 
behes high, and 1. nearly as easily handled as a 
common large *i« wa.b-tub. I have four under 
.,,, and when finished will uko them down to 
(ha rtllfy [Alvarado] for e.bihilioo, trial, and 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods, 

31' 



Vspurkling and Bright."— Yes, "sparkling at 
Rghl Willi iuaroma fine as it roams lo the ligh 
^tt» t pure Catawba wine. Franco mar boa 
(file clad hills," ood her tamed "Hal de Tin 
California wills/the palm she can wi 
g'en the LoDgworth's famed brand, Catawba, ni 
id Isabella, iheso will notilong withstood o 
rn wines pufe nod mellow. For wo will ha 
IB Best, surpassing every other. Those that w 
bar the lest, are sold by Boweo A Brother. 



• Superior Melon Seed. 

e HAVE a (mall IbigIco of tuperior "GREEN T 
MELON SEED." waleti wi> "111 wildoooap In ID V 



$6j $8, or $10,000 Wanted. 

lyASTTIi-ln -i ■■ , . Y'j,'"-.-.';' n " °;„'™f "orO™ 
as = rj-"l '. J i'~-. " .'.' ■■■■■■•■;) i- it/i.i.j' an tiujiOrlotiiVT t>J 



RECEIVED, E3C STEAMER 



- WM. HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaar 
HTo. 321 Montgomery street. 

A valuable invoice of Goods, embracing n full 

assortment or: 
IUCH LACQUERED ft INLAID FANCY GOODS, 

CABINETS, ETC. 
TORTOISE-SHELL, IVORY ood SANDAL-WOOD 

WORK, in greet variety; 
FANS, 0! cvorj style ; 

RICH SILKS, CRAPES, nod PIXA GOODS; , 
EMBROIDERED SBAWIiS^nnd APRONS, HAND- 

KERCB1EFS, ETC.: 
Together wilh a Ml supply of EGG-SHEL Laod 

FANCY PORCELAIN, DINNER, TEA nod 

COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETC ; 

35 NESTS CAMPHOR-WOOD TRUNKS j 
-5 CAMPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS ; 
SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, at Wholesn 



GREAT REDUCTION IH PKICES 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will SbII Cheaper than aay Hooae 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 
CAMP H EXE, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL. 

TURPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET TLLlJMINATI»ri OH. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

MACHINERY OIL. 

RAPE-SEED 'OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL. Raw nnd Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL. 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 

|y Our roiotncri la particular, mil Tho country tratlo 
Bcnei.llj.ani requital 10 aiooitnln our priccj ttdorepur- 



PREMIUMS 

AT THE 

WORI-'B'S FAIR. 





American and Half-breed Merino 

EWES. 



OUU Nertoo ttvoa, BUI be Mid * barplnlf cnB»sol 



= 



f- WM, T. COLEMAN & CO, 

- BHlPPmO & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

Few York and San Francisco- 



HAYNES & IAWTON, 

VcROCKERY, iOt 

GLASSWAEE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Brllanula Ware, 



Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUPA.CTTJIIEBS 
ttaa an J I mjarlsr; or /SiA 

^ HARNESS,^* 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

ADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Koa. 214 and 216 Battery street, 
BAN FRANCISCO, 



mr hivo, ws nUb 11 ondenl^oJ tbit althoncb he bee 
10 larsest Wboleioln Stock in Ibo couolrj, ira 
■rdors and Helail Cmlomtin trill B=ol« overj ittnt 
on nod biocfit that Ibor cno Bt imlllsr Htnblisl 

FAR1IERS and others Kill do wall to call 00 i 

ntllia us In otToriDC. (ood) at REDUCED RATES. 
H.E.— 
Wi havo U10 Eiclmlvo mlc or IIIU.;S CO" 



ch Ifcej are tellkp la 



lbs Hnw Haven (.:i .;' 



impuDy'i Mannfactore, 



SASSOUE STREET, CORSEIt HERCDAST. 



Twenty -five Cents ! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

fcrst Premium Gallery. 

Bi. G43 CLAY' STREET...SAN FRANCISCO. 
FOTt SB OEJSTTS. 



| ^^Wliota graphs Tor S3 per Dur.cn 

'-' ■! tI' l,.",'i... ': ,' r il 1 ',' , ,-,,.':"r',,'-."Vi'll l,,.r-'nr'i.: 
Td,,.,1 .,.,,.. ...,h ; ,-,r,- f ^,i,-, Osi .J-Jll.1T ,il 

kE- THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 

I l!rr.:irf- Of ImpoKterH t I 

llv O-Tb-iulh-.n.. r,..iili. ; .MI,.-.p ll.i.i.. ll|..T.„| r (l,l],.r- 
\.i: 1st , '.v.:;., ll: ,.';'.' li ij [;'.'V. ''<!-' A ' Jil'li-iVli:; "ul m'll" 
l^ 

'if » Sau Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

V' ^JOSSTANTLV 11:; IIASB, A FL-LL AKD COM- 

I 'cordage. 

fl fJJJJJJJ fpi ulT ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 *' •<"•■ loot Ih. or dtaorlpUon, of Cordaic 
'. ,;, J1ANI. lACVl.liLtU TO ORDER 



§100 BOUNTY! 



RallF for Hie Union ! 

THE CAL1E0RHL1 CONTIHGEjMT. 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort street, Victoria. 

fTtnE UNDKItSIGMEIl WILL RRCEIVE OM CO 



CALLAHAN &, SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 
-^^JSVEBlOTTSjE. 



No. 418 Battery street, 

SAS FKANCISCO. 



-M E D A. L 

AWARDED TO TRE 

WHEELER & WILSON 

Sewing Machines, 

....AT THE... 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LOKDON, 1662. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWIlVGt MACHINE, 

Parts Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Vnlversallr Acknowledged 

TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING' MACHINES 

IH USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
■fffir Call and examine before purcbntlDij. 
H. W. WADStVORTII, Agent, 

SAW FRANCISCO. 



N. E. GRIMES, 

IliPOKTEB, 
AND WHOLESALS DEALEH. DT 

Furniture 

Bedding-, 

620 IlatteiT street, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PAC1F0, 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

Ant) tha public nenorallj, Ibo most comploto iswrlmant 

FUENITTJEE, 

• IN THE MARKET, 

AT REDU CED RATES. 

Conntrj Ordora (ollcllod and nromptlT altendad to. 

N. E. GRIMES, 

ORiaiES AC FELTOS. 40 and il Founb itrnt, bo 



THE HEW STYLE HAT, COME AND BEE, 
■to HATSI HATSI ffl 



BUCKEYE MOWE?. 









Mew Spring and Snmmer Stylo of 
SILKIIAT FOR1863. 

let .tvlt 



True Hubbard Squash, 

ii;i: n.'.v:- i: vr.;vi:n 1 H'ur.i. i-:vi,ii'i: ■>! tiih 



«g Rincon Wool Depot, 

^^^Kd. Mclennan & e, geisar, 

'**?> TT* Vk •--'-r«i'-llb^ir WOOL ESrABIISIIHEST 

,l'l-- 'lor,., 1 . r ,„ r ,.,| v „,.. hu.ir.cf.r.t 

ao J Cradlnp; uii.l 1'acklng Wool for 

Shlpmcnl. 

.5',*'" I.' """- ^""■'■" Winir^ll M'aMI-kcI h-„ 

Bf" B."'-N.;,'- ■ i,;',,'| ihn ..utii.la |..rli,< hit-, r, 

^ lh.1 tt,. ,.;,.,, i.,, r |. ■■ .„„„.;, 0i , ,,;.., : .rij, ,„,i 



!>R. KXO.VI.KS, 

DENTIST, 

O. i-.H IT... V ■Lini;i;r, ItAUB'S fJUILDlNO, 
BAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Honrs; FromSA M., to 5 P.M. 

ALL WORK 









R. B. FOIUIHAM, 
WHOLESALE & BETAIL 

« GROCER, fM 

JACKSON and FRONT otrcetti. 

pABUEnB Uul bojlarptlj, or .[ roull, Honli do lrcl] 1 

COMTLBTE STOCK OF O0ODS, 



RANTED 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



S. W. SHAW, 
Portrait I*aiiiter. 



MLLITAltY GOODS. 

Emteoidery, Swords, Belts, Bushei, Etc. 

HEOAl.lA,IIAKKi:i!~ i FT.AIiH, ■IILIUHI CMIIIIOirn:!!. 

Rodc>, Cap). Saali, and all O00J1 required br 
Gooletiej, JllllUn and Civic PioccdIuol 

T RODDERS JOHNSON, 
OJd.Follo»'.l[al1.Da.lni™tt. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITH 

Ne"w Iinpi-o-vexaeiits, 

JDST HE0EIVED, 

ARE TEE ONLY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

EMBHO IDEHINS; 

TITIS MOST ECOXOMlCAJj 

Family Sewing Machines. 

IN USE. 

H. W. WADSWOETH, 

J4,S3-EUSTT, 

Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento streets 

SAN FSASf CISCO, 




1 of tbom for the 1 



THE SDCCESS WRICH THE 
Bu.olx.oye Mo"crer 

lLu molmibin Call 

loipoitniions of 

We feci 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

to bo by Farmer* in etory section of 

THE EUCEEYE AS A REAPER. 

The important cilranlarei irhich belnn; to tbo Boeke;o 
who bad tbcm taj tho 11UCKEYE Is 

The Machine for .Cnlllornla. 

It will odapt ilnlf to ororr .orlate of pround ; will run 
Ik-blcr and dollvor IH crala o»,-(or nnj bailor than an/ 

..:!„.. t,.;.!-.-! II,... Hjlinr 1 :' -,::.: I< iILkl-Hj n.,.r iha 
ailaof the Siachin-,. ii.-r.,.. I ..[ 1.,!,,,: ...mtio Platform, 



Haines "Illinois" Header, 

ivndilsalf to bo the BEST HAKVE3TINQ 
E IN TH" ""■ 
JeaJor nb 



Solo Agents for tho celebrated— 

Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Manufactured by 
C. ADLTJIAN & CO Canlon, Ohio. 

Together with » full usirtment of 

Agricultural Implements. 

■of- Farmort, land Tor a BOOK tilth full description, 

HAWLEY &. CO., 

Corner of California nod Buttery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
And— 

GEO. NORTH k CO., E and First atroeli, 
4 lIABrsyiLLE. ' 



*^00 a Moo.son.ery .J„,^A 

American Watch Factory. 

. WATCH REPALRINQ 

gS.VT NEW YOKK PltlOESlffit 



46 



THE HALIFOBNIA FABMEH. 




I DOETH ALL TB3N03 ' 



When IritudiMp sbcds Its olaerlog ray, 

Ounnrroits to dispell, 
Earn =ora of lam mm mIioIhb— 

II • dootb til lblDE< null. 



I n»l ijini- ■ rrcll. 

ijn "bom no trust 
U srttb anguish in 



II..- doolh nil ibinf- "til. 
Father! to Mi Tbto ici Bli nun 

On whom Ihr spirit Ml, 
Fur that pan foilb, which em fi 

IltdoMu all thing, well. 
Basra Vitiir au,-™,F«ii(i,lB«. 



;.y; 



The d«ar ale 1 bouso of cnlldhood'i happy dajs, 

I ita Ic* iftfi omboirorfld walls one* moral 
Wilh rorcrrnl feci I trend Ibn garden WBJS, 
And linger with tbe Oowers u oft before. 
[ I gently nqtasidalbnjaimin spmjs. 
And pluck a dawy woodbine- flower lb it £ troys 
Laringlj by (ho door ; 
' And oh 1 (bo mernoriei that qalckly rise, 
To Bash coy obeek, and elnnd my yearning oyoi— 

TbjU,bIad ae oior to tbn dear old facraso 
Well any tbcie happy nstollKlions thrill 



bands bsckoa from m fireside cbair; 
lal iplrlU haunt this doir old homo 

Of days of yore, 
oriei of my childhood's hippy days, 
sweet light or morning seoa are o'er; 
now not speaks— a stranger, ga.e 



And ■ :-. 1 1 i ,.. ji gambol in 



clasp my withered 
and the dear! 



10 Hall.™ 



Hnlph Waldo, E=!| 

Feoh unangst the many beaulirul thing* Mr. F 
erson said, on Suudij-, Feb. lblh, in hisdiacoui 



All the tnrloua religions of tbo earth rise nnd 
fnll-eren Christianity is beginning to looso He 

The world, to 09, la oa wo are. If our ends arc 
peity and sensual, we are like rats io a library, 
only seeking for the puis lhat il on the paper 

People nlten rend ns with ft smile, bnt they do 



When 



iToly. 



nrlloo. The nie of all that 



c opportunity of doingwhnt you car 

if all. 

oicellentroMtoomoorboid labnri 
he heroic lo any event, Is aoint 
pulling oar capital in a bank tba 



Courage and chastity ate ill tot caneornlntr 
tbotoitlvei. 

Fear disenchants Hie. Ono eaid, "Nothing is 
so much to be feared as fear. I belle™ thai fj ou 
likes Albeisra bolter." Courage puts a new face 
on ereryibing. They can conquer who hellero 
they can. Tlio Hon Is fearless. A Greek prorcrh 
says, "An array of stags led by a lion Ii better 
Ibao an army of lions led by a stag." 

Coorago Is the right state of n man wbeo he is 
free to do what conetltotlooally belongs to him. 

'Will Is the measure of power. 

At (Don as we rise lo courage, wo come lo Iho 



heat ose or fnle to tench o< Ihnt wo o 
Her (ill oar time comes. 
Is odd's opinion that moat always '■ 
highest consequence to joa, lii 



9 ts like the r 
e with a look." 
was always 01 



J Ihey w 



ir tires if 



dungeon. Everything Is made glaomyTiofl forbid- 
ding. Tbey go mourning and complaining from 
day today lhat Ihey bato so little, nod nrn 
slsDtly nniiooa lesi what little they have > 
escape out of their bnnds. They look a 
upon the dark tide, and can never enjoy the good 
that Is present for tbe exil that is lo come, 
is not religion. Religion mnkelb Iho benrt < 
Ail ; and when its largo and benevolent prin 

selves. The industrious bee does not con 



inglheboney rvhero b 
quietly hy the places rv 
enough in this world ti 
fault wilb,ifmenbnvc 
travel uu a hnrd and 
cheerful spiri 
fort, and ct 



and it, nud pi 
Is not. Tber 
lain about and God 
loaiiion. We ofle 
road, but with 



nay ■ 



s Tha Oneirics; Word. 
Littli Charley wns (Ac dnll boy of bis sehoo 
All the rest either laughed at biro or pllied birr 

deficiencies. Bo became snllco nod IndiuWo' 
snd look nn pnins lo gel or. Ooe day * grollc 
man who was visiiir.g tbo school looked ovt 
some boys who were mnkicg their first otlcmpl 
lo write- There was a general borst of orjose 
ment at poor Charley's efforts, lie colored, bo 



omc day. I recoiled when I firsl began tu writ 
ered, and nnir look bore." He look a pen on. 

.dded. 
Many years alterward that gentleman met Chor 

bi9 day, and ho expressed hi 



iciion I 



■c God's 



Afflictions. 
I was ono day return 
i horseback, and bi 



>g fro, 



jorkct. 



valtiB Elled wilh moocy. The rnln fell with 
violence, and the good old man was w'et i 
skin. At this he was vexed, and murmure. 
cause Providence had given him such bad wf 
for bis journey, lie suun reached the border 
ibiek forest. Wbol woa bis terror on beholding 
on nnc side of Ihe road B robber, with leveled 

the ponder being net by rain, tbe gun did 
ofT, and the merchant, giving spurs lo bis 

wrong was I not lo endure tbe rain palleullyl If 
tbewcalboi ' 
probouly bi 



erve toy properly." It Is thus wilb a r. 

:of our afflictions ] by causing us slight and 



plo always looking out for Blights. They cannot 
pay a visit, ibey cannot receive a friend, ihey can- 
not carry un iho dally Inlereonio of Ibo family, 
wIlbnunuBpeetingsume offense Is designed. They 
are as touchy as bait- triggers. If they meet an 

occupied wilb business, tbey attribute his abstrac- 
tion to some motire personal to themselves, and 
lake umbrage accordingly. Tlloy lay on others 
Ihe fault or ihelr owo Irritability. A fit or Indi- 
gestion makes them see impertinence in evoryhody 
Ihey come into contact wilb. Innocent persuns, 
who never dreamed ofglriuj- offense, are astonish- 



Ihe following statistical calculations : 
01 14,660 rebels drunk by oor missiles 

limatcd lhal— 
20/00(1 rounds of artillery hit 728 men. 
2,(100,000 rounds of musketry bit 13,831 
Averaging 11 cannou shots io bil one i 

Right wing, lG.OaS, raujk'y and nrt'y, ] 0i 
Center, 10,300, muskelry and artillery, los 
Lcfi wing, ia,'i8B, musketry and art'y, loi 



ebuls wilb 02,000. 



a. Sum: 



Portland tailor a dv cr- 
ises a very beautiful article uf enameled steel 
hirt-tolors, manufactured at Sheffield, England 
ticj «u hardly be rllsilBgulshed from tbe p.p„ 
ollnrs, so roiblonable, and will no doubt enllrely 
upcrecde Ihem. If ihey becomo soiled, you have 
illy to sponge the 



Theui 
collars Is at 






of shir' 



NEW COODSII 

KIEBY, BYRNE & CO., 

HA YE JUST RECEIVED 

A LABGE SUPPLY OF HEW G0DDS. 

Comprising In SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, QI103 DE ZURICH, BbaCK 01103 GRAtH 
Rlnh Moire Antique; , 
Faooy.Plalii sod I'l-lo -ilk:. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk and Wool Fantartl, Poplin d'Ara(ron; 

Plaia Irish ud French Poplin; 

Plaid dn do do do 
Plaio aod T . . ' -.1 Ottoman and Mori no. 

Rich all-wool Plaid), Froooa do Lnlno, 
alehain, Eplng-IIno, Poniards, 

anderon vorloiyor KE1V DRESS GOODS, nan won 
In Mow Tork, ioeludioE the popular, 

ROBE IMPEEATRICE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Everything- Now 

in Stylo aod Material. 

In FURS, 

Fur Cloaks, 



DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IRISH LXKTEISrS, 

SHIHTINQ LINEN. 
LINEN BHBEiTIWa, 



a in a- 1; Ulotbs 
And Linn 


nd Napkins, 
Cambria Qandkereh 




Additions buy 
tn onr stocks 

Alexandre's K 
ral Skirts and 

Limping [.iniiil- 
kets, Quill 
Muslins a 


also bo 
of Embr 

1 (.il.ivu 

Finn mil 
, UhJ.ti 
A Sheet 


a mndo 
ideriea, 
R at mo- 
il OI1S e- 
, Clan- 

gs- 




lihed with Noir Arr 


has been r 
•Is. 


nlon 



KIEBY, BYRNE & CO., 
No. 1 Montgomery] 

Soar Market, 
Hail door lo Uasoolo Tamnln. 



X>It. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Plirenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

02D CLAY STKET, bet. Moutgomery i Eenrny. 

Examinations in r egard to Health— Free. 

TTero all who desire may obtain eoneot Phrsoulo E lcaI 

^ u.i .;i.nn, ii. r Uydropatnlo and riygisnlo Modicatlen, 
inoo. I) IDK Mou-iontton 1 ' Tbtt 



tedr.tbit 

:. H iM:lJE™ B T*o f rpliJ J 'l 




BO"WEISr BROTHER, 

\7H0LESALB AHD EETAIL DEALERS IN — 

STAPLE AND SELECT FAKOT \\\ 

GBOOEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Storey 

■ E7EBT KIND, A.T LOW PBIOES. 
rtlcul.r attontion I. always filvon lo the .option of our .took of Goods. Many nrtle.es are m *W | 
8PBCIALITIB3, for our 

PAMIIiT- TB.ADH, 

SITCIT as— t ;-■ ., ■ 

OLD JAVA COFFEE, ""d all other oholoo kinds. 

TEAS of Ibo very choicest, selected with tbo ttreatest care, for Family Use, 
SUGARS, pu" Reined, Crushed, Powdered, nnd every choice vnrlol,, 

PRESERVES, Julllos, Jams, Dried Fruit or nil kinds. 
SPICES Innumerable nnd for every use. SIRUPS of too very ehntcuL 
BUTTER &. CHEESE hum tho most celebrated Dairies; also, choices! BssbSj 
8ELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, Iho very purest, taken from Bond, ns We l( . 






SPANISH OLIVES 



pcrior agtlitr.1 



BONELESS SARDINES, n real lu.i 
III; 11 K I Ml- It HiUNTY OrTEBl 
LON-QWOHTH'S ISABELLA AND OATA-TO-BA -WINEal 
Both Sparkling smd Still, espeoially for Family Use. 
Th.MTfUh«ory. ? lh«nrtk^ 



with Sir* and nii|iileh. m 
: from tbo Country tbal f. 



, Ihr l.u.-inc-' 



ITll- (...fiVO 



light nnd jiloanar 



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BttANCII STOItE— II «■ 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery strc-ett, 

Ban EranoiKo, I 



BIGELOW BEOS. & FLINT, 
CENERAL INSURANCE ACENCY.I 



FIRE A.3STD LIFE. 



OFFICE--- Northwest Corner Itlonteoinery and Sacramento streelil 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000.!, " 
ASSETS OVER $5,000,000 ! ! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF 3STETW TOHE: 

Purely mutual. Thi only only Stock Chapnny in America uhou Chorttr ptocidu lhat all tbe proEtaiU 

is aVsufeaT pro rain arnony the polity holdrn. 



Reildsnc 









CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, "- 

OF HARTFORD, OOJST3ST ; 

nesldcuto in California Free nf eitra charge. 

Dlrldonds annually, cud the Assured oan if ho desires eireanoitB: 



This Company deelnrss 

me-half tho annual nrSmlui 

Books and Poiephloiico: 



r full details or tho system of Life losnranco, can bo hail ai tbo Ageosy. 

The Cheapest and Beat Life Insurance Company in the World ! 



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f-.=eTeu"teU*?ta"rTV«p.n a "o^ 

Sin oVth~n?h C,, h f "l Jr> l' atl,ii -«»J'ii«.loJl f . 



'ninre* ",''"1"'"°=^ T . E3TADL1SII> ' E NT3 IV. 

^I.NLf'Al.^irK/[':T.'f.|^^"uil," n M 'l™ 
■liber :tl'l!l'K "r C11KONIC, ThK nU If Z U 
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.'■nt l-:t:^|.]:s.-' t ':, ...'I lnJl^Ucaltb In.tltule, b 

i°'i hotr^'im-r'^'ni.h''. '--■'-"'''•"}•• Quintal. 

n'l. "ri","' "'^'"T- '^"LVS^IseieV'Dmc 
>»of,.,m'f., u ; ■„, 'it'Z^W rc^T !l' T f I ^ ao 1 ni ,1 r°^ 

ii''-; wi; 1 ':;; ^.i'^i ''u ia "?, 1 t\ '"■-'i" | ''"-'""i 

:..!,-. L L.,., 1 ,,'„ 'oolhoqiu i>arlItularljbou B ntoocb 

'■:'"'" '" l" 1 '}' I'tompUy answorod nnd Ciroul 

ont „- JJAKLUIY J.SSHTIt. M V 
— - PMelan a nd SnnttM 

iDBAIEIta in 



pianofoktr* 

SHEET MUSIC AMD BOOKS^ 



'l-'.ll. I..-,,:,. -I !., („. 1, , , r , ' .,"/!';'■ "n-'Ml !,<■„„. 

I'm.-., i-i.il..- ..1.1 '<-,.„ . v'„'iT," l ," ,l . i " ri,; V|,|j " ""J 

;>■>« ". I'l 11,.).,,,.] Ujiu'r, Ilr^n^^^r: Flu,u ""'I 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



HARTFOBD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

OF HAHTFORD, C03NTXT: 

AS8ET3 - $1,000,000 1 

DEPOSITED IN SAN PEANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS, IJj 

$50,000 ! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OP NEW YORK:t 
■ - - $1,600,000! 
Letters of Ox-edit for $340,000. 



Washington lire Insurance Co. Sonnrihr tji™ t 

Niagara Fire Insnranee Co. SSL n J& F i ra &««««» c °- 

Arotio fire Instirance Co. 



Park Fire Insurance Co. 
Phenis Fito Insuranoa Co, 
Irark Fire Insurance Co. 



Board, of Ii*-|",-, -,..>.■. .^ . 

HENRY CARLTON JR. Ji ?' PLItt ?- ?*?■. 

or W. T. Oolotnnn & Co. , T flnt« « » r ^ "»■ f^hody &Co. 

ANDREW B. FORBES E<n L0U,S Mo V\? E - %■■ 

of Fnrhe, * n.in-.VrV- „ „ °> VfeWn. Pargo & Co. 

JOHN H. RKDINGTOS Z " E " POLHB-IUS, E,r, b . 

of 1 Redington & Co. ' jiw.™ ."I ?,teE-* J? ' 



BIGELOW EROS. & FLINT, 

AGEMXft 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 



TWO 6PLENDID 1 



litPItOVED STOVE9, 



The BAY STATE and other Stoves, 

Plalr, and f"W TIS-WARE. Ennranlud „ 
Tinned IRi'S-VI Alt-. r.i|Tl-|-' uiiio 
BAKE.OVEKS, 'sAD-IKOsS , ' 



Bee rwJ Ee eper's Directory. 



UNION FABU 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
THE BEST MI^ 

EVEtt OPFEaED TO TBE PUBLIO. 

Greene, Heath 8s AHeBj 

SOLE A-Ca-EJNJ-Ta FOB 

California, Oregon, nnt] Washington Terrils 1 ! 



FOR SALE. 




a'DOLPU^KI"^ 



THE C .A. LIFOBNIAj; AEMBB^ 



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Tho illpporj ikales l:«u-.nita hli 

■1VI-. trembling, t,i, - Eh. J... :. . 

And scratch™ out a first may. 
Up Oj hi. fool, ho feels with dro 
Too <« has era=kod Bud ereckod 


at pla, 
bit boa 


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A don Ho 

Mil for! no 


amago, thus wo sea 
»rn«ohln company 
klo roond bis scolne; o 


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Amawd, 












To blm « 
Without ( 


cstlal wonders ope, 
e aid of tele-cope ; 










With sun 


Ing butane seeks Ih 








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" lewt 'o sl«»t* no m 








uPosniF 


OFTIlEpSTTlCOAT.- 




fori 
coll 


In Paris is 
oaking an 
il Iho "pon 


o man who bus a 

fltlloB: women's d 
lift of Ihe petticoat 


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Be 
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mak 


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la 


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dres 


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otimes as many ai 
bis door at ttio u 


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tbo 


fcm 


[lino awn 


rs being ap stftir 


bavin 


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as a dress should b 
o charges $10. W 


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foe 


ladj 


E25 for an 


sSlS for "Biting" b 
evening party. . 


nr for 


dlo 


ner, 


w 


Mil TOO b 


nr a woman exclaim 


"Oh, 


what a. 


f0Dl 


[ was to reject ao many loicra 


and tt 


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did 1" bo assured e 








firii 


who made 


her an offer, doing. 


note tl 




lall 


hen 


ourting b 


rsclf; and that ma. 
band has wished sb 


y a 1 
e bod 


me her 
rejected 



Tnn following is not bid to take about theso llmos ; 
"I'll dlo for the flag," cried a TreuJury elcrk. 

Qaoth a soldlor— "Wy patriot friend, look, here— 
This shedding your blood for twelve dullars a month 

Ain't like shedding red ink for twelve hundred a 



that Mr. Nooyraonso that 



tbo all pertading ". 



its O'Brien. J. M. Dougherty. 

JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
EMPLOYMENT, 

And General Agency Office, 




ad-Clsi. 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 

hew invention, toe only one OS 

<ind ever yet iraseiilc] i.> tlm i-ublie, was pa- 
inted Sept. , 1K0, and is now for Iho Erat lime offered 
i Iho Paciflo Coast, 
This UOKTiSINO MACHINE 'Is not a large eam- 



:.,l I. I..- 1..U-.J:! (:, fiuCi, 

l.i'iU • .'iln.-nt Labor, in°a 
lyfbrlhoHicht- 

PERSONS WISHING TO BUY RIGHTS 

« Se»ioff\Ve™i ) for l th° »*ine. ° r 1 ™ ut ' " °" ", 

Thl. )l,(li.n tin Ijos»ob In -i-r.!' ;.,!,..- ih, II iL.-.r.|i- 

LYN IliiTKU Bh-jio II, v.. „■:..,; ,,u.ili-ic- i 

coorlcju-lj- sbtmn by Iho proprlolon, 

« WARM AS i LITTLE, 



MRS. X>. NORCBOSS, 
Ho. 6 Montgomery street, 

LADY'S DEPARTMENT. 
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

UNDER LINEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 

And'all dndrablo Goods la our line, 

D. NOROROSS, 

MASONIC RECALIA, 

MELITARY COSTUMES, 



Icd-llhColumni, CharLi, Q a rUs, Lights, 

Ch nr ,iora an J CoaneUi rarniihed wlib Robes, and all 

d orl os furnish od nllh Cosioujoi Sanoon and 

rtlelosportalnlni; lu lhl> braocb of tbn orjor. 

NO. POST SBTEET, 
Monljoniarr. In the New Mn.or,( c T,.„i,,|e, 
^ Sab fiutuuoo 

TOBBACCO-LEAF FOR~~SALiT 

NE l3 l ij i n!rt UJ. 1 ' I; |l" " LLAF - T08AC CO '0« HAt-C 



48 



rpTT-F, OA.LIFOBKIA FABMEJg^ 



hi fBarhcts. 



•rholcsalo Frodnco Report. 
Itli rtprJraU lb« priee. paid b T tbe draler "> use pwitoew 
|Onn«i ■ , ^ ^ 

Odb Ornin and Product- Market, Ibe past i™««~- b « 
b«n ion nuiol, the qoanllly otTering being In »*«•« 
o( Ibe demand. Shippm bare bought muro Owlj 
but ol less prices loan they had been p.jloj;. Ton 
Northern Coast demand fbr Hour bus been liberal, fir- 
ing emptors] tat forour titjtuMori, irbo uronblolobuT 

Feed grain., Dirtey and Onls, h«» nulorlillj do- 
clleed In price, ani in now freolj offering; far inexces. 
o( Ibt demand. 

Potatoes art rnrj plenty, and Mlllng at uricas very 
o.n)atl_.fictorr, hardly paring too coil of predating. 

Our news [ram nil Ho farming bocUodj of Ibe 
country Is (ironilo, and U» fuluw promises an nbuo- 

Wc aolo Ibe charter of Ibo British batk Avon, to 
load Breadstuff's for Cape Town. Tho ahlp Sbawmot, 
for Sidney, Ibat no noted bnriog mat with an accident, 
and mlurned with hot cargo of BroadilnHs partly dam- 

of her farmer cargo and other grain. Too bork ITenry 

0103 sis Wheat, bullies tnmbcr, ale. ThebarkD. 1L 
Hall and brig T. W. Lucas, for Victoria, book nHorloJ 
eargoei, eoniisUng In part or 2300 sits Barter, <«' qr. 
ska Floor, 100 ikt Wheat, Haj, etc. Sererul rtsieli 
an sow loading for tbo Anoor Hirer, with usurled 
cargoes of California produce forming portions of their 

boSpringoUp begins la offer nDtbelli 



BUSINESS Jt'OTICES. 

fiMyj Bgr» i Gto— The splendid trorcboo.o 
of this Grra bus been recently improved by n«w 
llghtt (n short Roods in nil the fr 08 ' M " nt of 
their room.-tho largest and lineal In our city. 
Wo nro gralilicd each lime vfo coll, la oea nnd 
' .of ton groat amount nf buiiocis lIlCJ »» 
-. Tbo ladles comprehend nnd appmro their 
.. which arc SBltn'lid, »sd pnrcbmo readily 



ii far- 



tidy pui 



in illll!, at pri( 
shippers offer. 

Our receipts or Produce from aronnd Iho Bar I 
pail w«k bare been isfoltows: Wbi .11 2,7-1 Biki 
ley 3S33 iki, Bean. 2fli ski, Polaloes 2150 oka, 
OflOO qr-ske, Bran 971 >ka, Data 179 (ki, Hay 2301 
bale), Corn Meal ISO iki, alt 61 

Also, CorutwiMS Potatoes G13J ika] Call 1409 iki. 
Wheat 3102 iki, Ouiooa 32! its, Beans 11 lit. Barley 



ii,y lOOBa- 






£ in Francisco Cattle Harkot.— April s. 

ATCntGB ILAUOnTIBIlU' FBICM. 

during tbo prut neck. American, Urn qunlltj 1 
8e; Id quality, 4c@7oj Bpaniih, 4o to 7o $tb. 

V*At>- Ti=@ l« 3&. 

Boos— Stock Hog* fi to Bio; fit Hogs on foo' 
8c; Droned Oe@10Je. 

Worros — dreuod, tlefgec, iMording to qualify 

Milch Cows— lit quality t!G@i*°i 3d quality 
»lS@t25. 



Betnil Prieni al WnrhtoBloo Karkst— April 1 












Our rend en 
o visit Kirhj, 



rnblj those miichlucB work. 



Tht Cotlini Hal.— llivo you recelted . 
light »ud bighlr Bniahcd bits, tbo tct 
iLjle jnt nffeted tn the publio ? If tod 
■oseelbetn, nnd you will. Mr. Collin 



md descrvea jour pa 



Mr, •- if™. A'mr 
place in nnr city trbo 
of the thnuaand nrli 

In nil the mini 
Drcrosi, kiss 
family Grot 



c Temple, Slonlgomery ol 
n. — Wenrc plcnscJ to cat 



end Jlontgoni^v sirens < 
itberi. nroivell known in r, 
F, and cecenily tbeyorc h 



JV'ch Sl'i^itnv Hani 
Ibo uctr Strurrherrj Plan 



i.rcd7 Ifnot, goget itiuiur 

-for your o wn euIjc. 

OniESTii. HniEi — This old n 



njIffilTABLE HAIR RESTORATIVE. 

IT IS NOT .1 DTK 






OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY, 

60LE IMPURTERS OP THE 

^an Qixentin. Salt, 

Hare Iho Largest Sloek and Boit ADortmonI 
on tho PiclSo Out, 
Conilitlnr, In pari, of Iho follovrioc kinds: 



100 tons SAN Qt'BNTLV HOCK; 
I0D du OARMEK ISLAND; 
150 do SANDWICH ISLAND anJ CALIFOR- 
NIA SALT. 
AU Iho iboro norrill toll at the Looeit Market Prico 

OFFICE— 318 and 320 Front street. 



ESTABLISHED I860. 

AGENCY 
Mission Woolen Mills 

rjeota: Tho proprietor! ol Ibo MISSION WOOLEN 






A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

General Commission merchants. 



Dock*, com. . P psir 



Turkey f>ra. 



A*p*nro>.- ....pta.'-l 



Olr^Drj-.. ..("BTIBloa 



g^T ptmVi 

rirl'-l II.-rL PO..iO 



.. . t-'-l-.:T!., 1 






DAVIS A WITHAM haca Bomoind Ibolr plaea of 
r, u .i„.,j ireoeanll to Soulbweit c;mer fjlar nod 



Saris 

S. 11. in 



DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 

Flour, Grain, and Product Generally. 

Corner Darts and Clar stroots, 

Ban Fiuseisco. 

K" Panlrolar allontlon paid to purobnainr anil foi 



White Bine Hops ! 

62'r^P.S"H£?bEl?SS e 



Notice to Su par -in alters. 

rpin: ii .r>i:n8iiiHEr " 



The British Reviews. 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 



Can bo procured to this well known Warebooso on th< 



.A.ci'wan.o e 



THE lONDOIf QUARTERLY (Caiiservatlvn). 
THE EDniBUTiOH SEV1EW (Whig). 
THE HOaTH BEITI8H BEVIEW 07re«ClinrenJ, 
THE WE5TM1H5TEB EEVTEW Olboral), 
BLACKWOOD'S EDI 11 HUE O H aUQAZTHE iTor j, 



OVF-ltSIIIItTS. r, 






PACIFIC RAILROAD, 

fpnK jtinsntll-TIOK-IIOOKJ ollho C^ntrJ Pqcillc Rail 
-1- road Compaor of rj«lllornIa, tor noelrlag snbKrtpllon 



ubicriptlooi bcjoiid lb 



10,000 soxas. 

Five Cents Each, 



:, : '. ''.' i'^*! 






■::;::;.'-uV 



r >U1I and asjr F(, niI „m |.„,.. nl 

8 Montgomery street, 



COLDEN-DROP WHEAT. 



TO STOCK BREEDEU3. 




TUB THOROUGH-EKED JACK 

Young* St. Louis, 



M- TV' 

(Z3r -r.M 



,[ tho Sum Fnir ui ew 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls. 



.1 pure-hre.l ]■„,:,,, I'.. .11= I- ■:, I'll. 

[>lln. V.U.1,1 II li iV,':.', .M'i-- Hi.iVAI,. 
n<! BOTH.-CHILDa, nill ..ffer the.o Bnlli 

' It'/' ■' "'.|..L, ,N '| 'lull l.|'!|,'..,V|"'.,.,||,| „"l" it.Ll'j 

(liscii Buar MuvIoM Tbo i.rico f»r wrvitic 'till bo 
.1,1-, ■■•::-, .,:,:!.:■. i-.i„T-.r lir:lcr ikitcil I ^ f-UIJ-J In 
ttL/toun-rj I'r-.r.i. .,1 J -li.-.ioco can 'end ihglr ct 
nm! s ,i -1 ui'tjiu^u ejn bo hid for tbo season bit 
reasonablo r..-- 

K. B.-Two of Ibo iboro BOLLS for aalo at fair ro 
11. YV. SEMLE, 

3 Majfiold, Santo Dlara eunn 



FARM STOCK, &o. 



s o o 

Fine A uh trail an .11 c- 
rlnu Sheep. 



>j. edurmlog loo Editor 



Italian and Common Bees, 

91V ASUS I 




__gA Full-uiood Itlerlno Sueep. 

ff**TL- Parf>n.wi!binflFul|.bi™| M«ln,i Sheou e.i 
-s— a-»»(eeur« ,i :.■.-,! l,.r,r,iu I., „,,,-|, | nB lo u.. b 

baraetorfori.-ilo. .Vl'lrc- Ei.iTnii I'mam a) 






Wool, Hides, and Skins 

QjSP Purolaasoca ^^ 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET KATES 

Jt. FEUEESTEIN & CO., 

313 PKONT STREET. 
17 ■ ' 5J.V fRAIfO/SCO. 



Sutter-street Stables. 

FIRE-FftOOF BRICK BUILDING. 



W. J. WfflTHVG & CO,, 

LIVERY, SALE, and BOARDING 

STABLES, 

Butler nlreel, botwocn Moal Eorac rv Mi Smnomo, 
HOUSES ABD «nBh^ MBMiliidi 

The Largeat and flloT Ventilated Stable. 



SUGAR-BEET SEED. 



STEAMSHIP LINE 



California and New York 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Sliorler Itiiin any oilier Rum*. 

T { .« fast an* fuTOrile doobh -. 

MOSES TAYsLOR, 

1,600 Tods, 



Wlllbodtipatcbtdfor ' 

SAN JUAN DEL SUfi- 

From Mission Elroot Wharf, pnnclunllT at 9 „., w 
lothomornlna.on 

Wednesday April 22, K 



ILLINOIS, 



ROUTE. 

T&cio Sloaraers am onmrpassod for speed, di 
lincjs and safely, and orery effort will bo mil 

For furtbor Information^ applT^o^ 



Pacific Mail Steamship Compaq 



NOTICE. 



( OP BACH DIOVTH, 



April IS— GOLDEN' ACE, W. 1L Undaou, Commuls 
April «3— SONOltA, W. P. LoplJee, Commander. 
From Fol.om iirei* wb.rt 



California, Steam navigation Compuj, 
OARRYTNQ tINITBD STATES MAIL. 



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'■I '".ll.l'UV.-. M, ,.,- „ mr . „,.,, ,.,._ iJ 

alumoto doj«, at 1 o'clorJt a. ru. 

CHANGE OF DAT FOR BED BLUFF, I 
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;-'jl.-'Ml I,.- I,.; i ,;,.. ,:., :I: . ,:,-,. ,., n: „ l( J K ba 

TlT.U J. WaiTNBV JH., Pnsliwi ■ 



OOLLIN'SVILLE. 



M a rkC- 1 -^" ft " !x » !■ "ill „ ! 1 1 !■' V r ~ „ J-','.';' l ', 1 " fi "'^".iier IMS"!- 

!;;.,; , . , ;,;" I I " | 7 I "■"::■-; ■ ■■ -■■ in-"- ""--.-■ ■" "■■ ". ,%j ;j . 

i...ii'i„,\',i'i,,, :il,r, : i,"i i 'i': l ^.* tUl,1,ll " t 
Tbo ColllBJ.illo Land Cora^any r.-ill El™ '""L' 



I0„n m*emwJ*~* B * " ' " ' v HMf 
KOElslor H tbo Poit-olBc?, anj tho uioner will «"»i 
anJsn».] 



b .,»*.*-*■ m 



Knit <£.*" II.,"y°l J!, ^ ' ^7/ , 7,', i "'."'X' " ;"';'"■ 

Pay Un ThrnBHlt Iho Hall 
place., bu dUUot iiilHoribcra t2a .lirajs "~* " 



^^wlr ^^mf- m^^M 1 ^ 



VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 10. 1863. 



NUMBER 7. 



Kg Milium farmer, 

■ i jliTD JOOtH'AL OF OSF.F0L iCtilfCt!. 



OOLOHEfc WAHBJJN, Edlior. 



Hints on Poor Culture, I* 
Tni February number pf lbs K. Y. Ilurliculturls 
Btaw says: lutbeOclobomumber D f ISM WB sonousc 



MannfnctOTloB In the West 



x^ 



Ih Ihe i 



cation 



, aou" though we aw nol loebni 
rffVciL" referred w, as «■( are the West proper in 
I locality, Ibe remarks -sill apply la us ns -veil, and 
|«tbtj are esceedincly sensible, we copy them: 
"When Ihe leaders of the rebellion bad matured 
le plot which they hove been hnlebing for ibe 
30 years, to break up (be Union, (hey 
. placed creal reliance for ilt success upon their 
a recognition Horn France and 
England. 'Cotton \i king.' .said tboy, which iu 

Jgloot cotton. Thwecao bono d.iuhuhut cotton 
it cheapen fiber nature ever produced, capa- 

1 ago, and, if necessary, can do so again. The 

u or tcool and :i"i. hoi been n great dran. 
upon ilc pioiperily cf the N'orlbweslern 

oi:d n-.li r» ,«e boi e been profitable produc- 
io thai recioa. It una impossible to raise 
rgro» wool M proBlably. abilr colloa re- 
& at tea ceola a pouud ; but. ooir thai Ibe 

o^^^^Hle that ngore for years to come, it opens a 
G^^Krat.le eppo'tuoily fur Ibe KoftJbweElr.n 

Consumption casool fa. I 






-erccildseewby It no'olj 
a woolen' factory in Olno. 



uomlcal arftfogEfooat tt 

provisions Tbe Korih 
producing woolen goon 



vi.ll.tKlf of. Boglond la.d 



^^Blaled with ibe business. We learn tbnl 

r^^Btelic capitalists ate now lunhing Bt (bo We» 

^^B^proper locality to utihllih ibe buaineia m 

( ^^BJn S V,i„nk l t 1 on ii large Kale. 

,'■* ti) rr.i..-,,, abv iillur n-in.|. : n fubrir.j cminot be a 

JlttlilJiulj pr.,-1 jin-.l 'on n lur,'.- icilr, 1 and wo be 

VF ,\ - Ifttt thai nil il„„ ,. ,..,„!,,, I i, i„- fiutt be bull i, 

■mloa' to nuke -...mi. Wi-.-:i..'iil city the 'lindders, 

**"l iaS?'^ A ' 1 '"""'- Tllc uu «' ion ° f " "Pplj of 

^g^^B*"*' 1 vba art ncqnainted with tbe details 

.-£ WantKiu.i^ y be Be ,li- e d by emigva.lou f, 

-~ | «*rwd. .\| T[J .1_, „ „„,i,ln-, ,if UnMihi.c a V , 

$ p-'l' ■', , :- :: r.'. 

.-. ^j^BIl Will onljb. limited by the extent u" 



nent. Tbe question of whether 'collo. 
king,' Is In (he process or solution. Wool, 1 
and bread, are pitted In tbe conflict against 'H 
Cotton,' nnd ive in decidedly impressed with 



"Hints" no PenrCnliu 
"Hint* on" Grope Cul 



gi*e in pl»i 
description of (he best ma 
Pear, according lo our own 



npidl.f by baring his attention filed upon on 
Ibiag si a lime, and by being carried along syi 

ion a* it is presented (o him. Anj thing tba 
uake plain. Tbuse already versed in Pear cnl 



Our Intention, at flrsl, n-ai to begin 
:andard Pear; bul, on furlber retlec 

f all trees, the Dxarf I'car, There 1 






:inlly in regnrd (o Ihe qi 

turist, cannot fail (o bar 
frequently, during tbe pas 



ord. A standard 
( is worked on a 
Inner, by a ape 



•.portions may be in 
named. Many soil) 



!rs or Ibe Ho: 
liccd that x 
;o years, spol 



Many soils conb 
fan-, escopl n( I 
nay bo added (t 
,-belhertbeobj 



,is object. Itmmtbaundet 
miter, and tbe trees be 



.1 bo .vlnler killed. This 
i carbonaceous soils of II 
nrked on former occasioi 



ore ciisily remedied lhan that of a deficiency 
■^ each one, therefore, supply himself abund 
itly with rich carbonaceous mailer, in ibe fori 



„ now torn to tbe saif. The soil best 
id the dwnrf pear i* a lomenhat henry, 
,4PU, nbouniling in ttgel.ble mailer. In 
roil ill* greaieat degrw ol petfecliun Hill 
)ed. II will alio dr, well In a clay soil, 
rJODDt -..li'-lln T tile same degree of bigh 
I attained. r L m n; item rather a tonira. 
lo say that it will llkenlsc do Hell in a 



1/* 



proTa profitable to tbe commuoity. The speci- 
mens of Iheir prodact nro !aid to be very good, 
und were made by machinery built eipreisly for 

dlnary bind raised in Ihe licinity, nud the follow- 

Ilariford Times, lo vrbicb u specimen has been 

The flni it inken from the fBrmera just aa ilii 

wholly superseded. Tbo farmer mows bis flu* 
Oil as be does hay, whereas the old mode was to 
mil It by load. Ii Is then spread and dried, 
lOiog turned in lh« meantime, lying about ten 

annufanlurer. 

Tbo flat Is then Bret put through a machine 
ailed o, brake, consisting of grooved or limed 
oilers. By Ibis means tba woody part or sbire 

,„„„«„d I. ,b. ,.,J«,.n .< ■!,.,. ,™,. 
is ivbue nppesmnce is Ibo resnll of n peculiar 
rucess of bleaching. It can, of courjc, be spin 
nlo thread, or yarn, and used with wool and col 
jb in ibo manufacture of various cloths, as ba 
een successfully dcmonstrnled. The coarac 

vile, can bo manufactured inio twine, bags, o 

The machine? Tor benliug up Ihe Dm, can h 
nn" at a moderate eipcnso by steam, or oven b 

est machine alone, a tan of flux U reduced i 
■eight, by riddling it of the slime, lo oboul seic 

ess or preparing it for market is completed b 

The operating of Ibo machines can be so regu 
ed tbat the Eb 

ed for dim 



Walter Brawn's Monthly Wool Circular, 
The speculative demand for Wool, which bos con- 
tinued through February, ndded to Ibo orders 

mestic Fleeces. The early pari of the muntb ivas 
chnrncleriled by great aclitity, nnd a very rapid 
advance in prices. Since then, although tbo 






an advance of from 3 In fie "nt 
aalei. Tbo slock in market is 
lihough there are some largolots 



in the country, when we consider tbn 
lurers tire running their roilla so as to t 
day and n quarler for each day, and t 
creased quantity of tnaobiaery has 1 



ery high figures, and should 



and Ihus fitted for different aflicleiof mnnufnc- dine in price's. 

ture. A great advantage is thas>>ned over ibe iy uaT c reported tbe following sales during lb 

old mode of dressing tin., by a.oidiog the alow past month: 




in.Kimiiiu.rm me vine una braid it together witnout n.lei rin.i,i.,ii until il,,- middle of August, 

as yon did the ihird yenr, and yonr fence is dona. Ibua filling up tbo space between tba strawberry 

Grapennusl be galhercd when ripe. Be sure tu and grape. It la ton soft for market purposes, 

have barrels eu oo gh for Ibo wiao. Have a mo- and bus one other setlOua fault, vit : tbo stem or 

cbloe made lo trim Ibe fence every fall, and trim the fruit adheres to k 90 firmly that It mult bo 

in summer In June and August. This kind or either cut off or eaten wllh tin berry, aa it eon 

fence will pay, give one pleasure, and every man nul bt lulled off wIlboulbresklngtbcpolp.-rAtn. 

nnUlt" Agrlculiurlsl. 







a if they were longer nnd of 



en active, nnd nil des 
pomcstbnt in propotlioi 
and (Jold. 

n listed, nnd tbe market 



Fleeces, 1,200,000 lbs, 70@02jo ; Pulled, 18,000 
lbs, 70®85c; 170,000 lh 3 California, 31@75c ; 
1,050 bales Cape, -10©50c; 1,050 hales Slestlia, 
part 32!@30o; 73 bales Bast India; 60 bales 



from tip to tip of wings, oolsprcad, feet 3 Inches, 
nod from tbo point of Iu beak to Ibo end of ill 
Iocs, feet i Inohts, nud weighs 21 pounds.— [So- 



The lioBBB-Suow it iiluumi 



50 



THE CA.LIPOBKIA FARMER^ 



Rollins Cal 

Ik my tml I promlted yon, si 
Germanlown Telegraph, the 



. writer in the 
i tfail t wonld 



I wish lo oil jon r n tders Id ibe tiro aiioros li 
down In ray l«it,tii: "that railing pnor Block 
will not p«y," and "that raiting good slock will 
pay." 

The first, and one of the mosl important points, 
ii to bare good nniniels lo breed from ; it cosU as 
much tn breed from poor nj from good odc>, and 
In Ibu llltcr cue ibe stock Is wnrlb at Icasl H per 
cent more than In tbe former. Hun; seem lo 



nun farm horses, end tho.1 too wltbont a drive: 
bnvt already refoied $168 fnr tbeea o»D, ani 
iope lo get $300 ; tbey can be driven to a commoi 
.wo-hor»» wagon by n pair or lines attached ti 
rings In tbe nolo, with newly as much eata M I 
f bones; they aro of what may bo callei 
red slock, being one-siiteen Durban] km 
me amount of Flolateln. Bui I do not con 

for at good may be raised frum common slock. > 



hnld it 



■a (or - 



carry il 



ce) that ir tbey pay for or procure ibe services 
of a good bull, il does not nutter about tbe coir. 
This l> a great mistake ; for altbsnfb a gond bull 
will undoubtedly improve the piogcuyaof a poor 
cow, yei If both onceslors are good tbe improve- 
ment will be much greater. 

Alter procuring a good calf or good halve*, 
we may find many plans for raiting ibem, either 
or all of which will make good animals from 

My plan il about this: The cair Ii allowed to 
ran with the caw from one to two weeks {accord- 
ing to silo and form), they are Ibeo separated, so 
as not only lo be ant of sight of each other, bat 
also out of hearing; for tbe first week the cnir Is 
fed with milk drawn from the cow, at first fed 
with warm, hot the interval between Iho milking 
and feeding is gradually Increased, until by the 
end of tbe week the milk ii fed cold. Tbe second 
week the calf is fed Willi a minora of new and 
skim milk, and ibe prnporllon of the former grad- 
ually decreased throughout the week until it ends 
with skim milk alnna. As the new milk is de- 
creased, a little oatmeal is added, nnd the cnir 
from licking Ibis up from the bottom of the bucket 
toons lenros to lick ap dry meal. I prefer lo 

liny), and after they have been separated 



Dairy Btadstlai. ■ 

Woe Pratt gi'es tht statistics of hi. dairy 
farm, in New York Slale, for 1B62. He keeps 64 
:ows, which for the season of about eight monlbs 
produced 3S.M0 gallons of milk, or an average or 
lOuth gallons per day for each cow. The 
product of butler was 14,274 lbs, equal In 
erage product for each cow of ahout 13* 
s per day. .Bscb cow yielded boiler lo the 
i talnee-rSST.98. Tbe foil owl ng.teble'abnw» 
Ibe amount of milk required to make a ponnd of 
r nn the Brat nf each of several month 
years ; and also tbe weight per galli 
Ilk al Ibe lime. 






silk 



in a Irougb, 


nstl 


kepigij tbey t 


o - l-.rn 


to eat 






o taste tbe c 


Ik, and '■£ are 


dnnewltb 1 




st difficult par 


..f th.- r 




If I bare 


Dl 1-0 o( three £-1 


et of It 


tame 


age, I find i 


mo 


e economical 


d boy as 


many 


good ones a 


lha 


c milk Tor, as 


I End lb 


rce or 


fnor or lilt! 








saally 


castrate ibe 


male 


during the coo 


weather 


of fall 


or spring; 


epr 


qg calves I cast 


ate them 


n tbe 


fall, and sic 










Throogbo 


Dtlb 


whole opertt 


on tbe greatest 


caresbnuld he token not tn frigh 






for I have n 


lice. 


that tbe first fo 


ur weeks 


are a 


pretty sure 


ndei 


o (!.■■ future life of the a 


imal; 


if wild then 


itw 


11 likely rental 




g ibe 



reil nl 



snd it il 



make Ihem wild, a Tew blows or a little rough 
nsnage will make them afraid of you. 

1 hare found il to be an eiesilent plau lo 
Ibe boys to have the cbargs of young calve) 
fonish them with a little cart, nod allow tbi 
Die tbe calves, bolb male and female, as Ibe 
fit, with the ditlinet provision that the] 

Ibis plsa I never have any trouble learning young 
cows to Hand lo be milked, bat find tbat they will 
allow themselves lo be handled at any time. 



cake it a rule i 
she Is three yi 



a heifer 1 
ind tblnk 



nby 



within three or four weeks 
carelessly milked she will often 
eight months ; In hat I do not tl 
or tbe caws of onr country wl 
than eight monlbs. Even ir ahi 
cupful ai a milking, it should al 
sake of the influence which It t> 
her after milking qualities. 



pari of Ibe day ; Ihey should ha 
clover hay as ihey will eat, sad 
of meal, and above all should 
petisd doriog leiinre lime whil 
I have noticed thntsomo of t 

quiet and gentle, but their steer 
wild Iban those which we buy ft 
south; this shooid nol be; k 



Tmnt Is one fcnture connected with lis eihihi- 
id progress, In which I foci bnund to call 
publinallenllnn. It is Its greater- prevalence in 
families wbtah nre hereditarily lorofiilnus, and 
thereby predisposed lo diieajct nf Ibe tbrnat, nnd 
issages of tbe lungs, than in families not 
fleeted. I hive been able by personal «d- 

iwarn parents nf tbe liabilities under which 
they themselves nnd their children rested. A 

'ofaions child, permitted to ent pork, and if a 
girl, to dress nnd live as do most people In our so- 

ilyj is, by virlne of the tninl In blood, derived 






DOMESTIC P. EC I PES. 



V 



Savnnr CtncEix Pia.— Choose three sptlog 
chickens, taking care tbat Ihey are lender and m 

pounded ranee, pepper, and sail, and pnt a Inrg 
lump of fresh hutter into each of Ibem. Lay the 
In a pie-dlfh with the breasts upwards, and Ii 
al ibe lop or each two lliin slices or bacoo ; Ihei 
will give ibem a pleasant Savor. Boll four eggs 

Poor a pint of good gravy Into tbe dish, co 
wilh a rich puff paste, and bake in a moi 

ToMiKS A ITot-fot.— TtTmnko this snci 
folly, it is necessary lo be provided with a deep 
glased earthenware dish, wilh a cover filting-i 
Ir nrer It. Take a lorn nf mutton, first cut I 



Ml, Place first a 



rut into four quarters. P. 
gravy, a lablespooaiu! of m 



kidney, and son 
rer of potaloes.ai 
il the dlsb Is fn 



from 



redlspoi 



and 



■plherllic 
sore almost to dii 
1. Nothing undei 

lily, and a medics 
! judiciousness aa< 
know il, but it Ii 



ly Ibsa nol, are bigb livers, eot gross ar 
ocd foods, end in greet quantities, 
fore liable to taku on inflammatory i 



very g.rent at mm men 

the number of pers> 
from dlptheria inflna 
own mind, ns is Ibe I 
alion. 1 tell you my 
the first plac 



ic, audio tb" 
irelessntss i 
ucompli 



t the throi 
1 disease is 



nr the law of gt 
there Is no neei 

second place, If, by 



at ptoeeedt lo rub bim with dry loweis, no- 
lil all moisture Is removed from the body, nod 
:n rani with the dry hand over the entire body 
;ll tbe skin is dry and relrely. 

I bandages. These are made so as to Bl the 
-Is well, and are covered by dry ones of llm 
no shape as Ihe wet. Thus enveloped, the 
lient Is placed In bed with n wet cap upon bis 
head, and hot flut-irnns, or a jug of hot water, or 
dry woolen blnnkets nl the reel. An atlcnd- 
ll placed In charge of the room, which, IT 
• much exposed lo light, Is shaded, and perfee: 
qnlet. If possible, thereafter Is insured. 

It gives me pleasure lo say flint, whether In ray 
wn cure, or nl the houses of prirnto families, I 
are never found this treatment lo fail in mlllgHl- 
ig tbe severities of Ibe ntlack, no rontter in what 

The course pursued afterward bat been nearly 
s follows, qualified somewhat, as' I bnvo before 
\Id, with reference lo Ihn age, sex, and vital 
ower of the subject ; 

First, beriag iaduced, I bave sought to keep 

Second, to insure 11 in plentiful degree at the 



broat and head. To do this, frequent nppl 
ions of warm cloths, wet or dry, lo Ibe . extn 

as been practiced. 

Kexi, freedom from menial anilely, lo as 
ret a degree as possible, and to Ibis end, no r 
■rs in the room, and no change or attendant?, 
epl as was originally provided for. The p 
icB-of buriog half a dos.cn different persnns I 



neked with it, Ihei 
;e need nf our or tbeirdying with It, lha 



great, tbe brain nnd lungs, and somelltnci [kg 
Ter aad bowels bolag excessively congested, end 
int by the rapidity wilh which these organs htre. 
ten relieved by llie determination or blood lo Ibe 
jrfnee, has recovery to tbe patient been iainrei, 
Thus, my dear sir, hnro I tried, in common 

crsnn may nndersund me, lo mark oat the views 
■bleb I cherish, and Ihn course I pursue in tbe 
-raiment of dlplberln. 
Besides the cases treated personally by mysilf 
udnssnciiites, Jllss Dr. Austin nnd myself h, T , 
eeeived hnndreds or letters from persons, who 
baring followed oor directioos in the maln,J,„, 
ucce^ded in the recovery or their pnlicnls. Some 
if these patients have been men, others women, 
ithcrs rhlldrrn, and with slight raailific,! lions tbey 
.11 tell the same Story ns lo the rosulis produced. 
Whenever my method of Irentmeathas been taken 
a the early singes, end bns been iho only ir (st . 
nent porsaeil, it has been successful. To app|j 
t lo scrofulous children in the more odrenetj 
stages of Ihe disease, nnd] especially wbero tbtia 
hare been previously dragged, is to reader ibi 
probability or saeeess maeb less Iban It wonlj 
otherwise be. Bol enrly nilentlon to it, and a 
persistenl followiog of It, I am satisfied will lava 
s, greal mojorily or children, who may be so s B - 
forlaoate as lo be allocked. It is for better bo fo 



.up, and i 
, which should besfrained 
ir firmly do ihe disb, to ke> 



3 multoo kidneys ore requisite. N. 
flavoring is preferred, either onions < 
can be aubsliiuied/far Ibe oysters. 
' How to BaKStToeo Fisa.— To every pint of 
waier, says Soyer, pui a leaspoooful of salt; 
whcnhoiilng, add your Ssb, or whnlever kind it 
may he, ralcolatlog that a pouud or any sort of 
fish will take from 15 lo 20 mtnates ; but ascertain 
if the bone separates eatily from Ibe flesh. Halibut 
iger than any olbi 



Any fish 



r if r 



will 



calve 



• Cms rot u 



ising c 



i than 



I End by refor 
to my accounts ibaiooiol tbe eight pairs w 
I bave raised, Ihey bare, when four years old, 
me an average or SUB, sad the average prlci 
eelved for ibem bai been S15S a pi ir, thus r 
Ing a profit of 633 a pair. 



.1 is perb 



ir tbe i 



caking is generally done by 
If fine Tun to fasten two 
til cart or slsd and 'haul 



I tblnk that the majority of > 
pay far too little attention to 



sckerelwill take frnm IS lo !0 minutes; 
>d haddocks or the site of a mackerel, a 
nger ; herrings, from 12 lo IS mluulcs ; s 
illing time longer ; adding a drop of vlnej 
e water to nny of the above 6sb .Is en imj 

Arr-Li Bn«ao.-A French officer has ioi 
id practiced wiih inceets a method of nr 
bread wilh common apples. After having 

wnrmlolo two-thirds of 
proper quantity of y, 



o jolee 



idingthi 



lypbu, 



Tb 



il or this 



Islcred In a ease where llfo wi 
repealed every.ten minutes, till ihe cure wascf' 
reeled, reslored-lh. pulieol lo such perfect beallb 
thai be was al bis work lo a few day.' time. A 
small quantity Infosed' In the common drink oi 
those who cannul obtain n sufficiency or nnurlub- 
log food, might infuse such an nmuuni nr rit.llij 
In tbe conslllution as to enable It to.resl.t ibe d P . 
preiiinglcadencics to the disease. I | tQlt ,„ 
your paper to make ibis simple remedy geoerally 
known— with the suggestion of Ha use at a p tc . 



! uniformly, as Ihe'fin 



99 lo 1 1U degrees, Ibe person silling In from 6 
nulee, alwnya, bowfver, until prnfuse awes 
ns produced. Tbe baib I uhuDse lo make 
a way as lo render il feasible to be given by 
iriraie family. Hence it has bean my ; 

-lub will answer, by pulling a block i 
the back side, so as lo lip it forward a little, and 
filling it as full or water as possible without 



cross bis shoulders! 
iDlhly down. Then 



u case where Ihn primary symptoms 
sctlon or ibe circulation by tbe 



upon coming out, having 

additional dollies luid oi 
up clote tnund Iho Ihran 
as my nwn Judgment, del 
or the pntlcnt miglu di 



r Ihe chest, B 
these being i 
red from llm 



eep I ge 



uodilyscn.alions. Tbe effect upoo I 
■yalcm Is decidedly sedailre so much s 
uujnrlly of instance,, „ nrodocB „„ 
i Induced I allow the nap to contln 
.ed.even though H be prolonged for.hr, 



nay indicate. 



.uoaouon-uaso Dow—At Ihe ranch of M. J. 
Duol.y, En ., .„ „„„ , rom atoaklo lbl 

Hluct.nn Independent, I. lb. first thorough-bred 
colt ever raised In San Joaquin counly. Tbe colt li 
but a Taw weeks old, Is abesuiifol bay color, sired 
by tbe thorough- bred .t.lliou "Neoa Sahib'" ind 
out of a thoroogb-hred mare belouEloe: to a Ben. 
tleman at Monlerey. B 



Uunog Ibe period Ibnl ibe 
b.lb, and while being put Id th 
la kept thnrongnV wnrm, but a 
up In tbowelsLeel, Ihe windnu 
Ihnrough 



Pick, ihe io 
inbelngwrnp, 
opened, a 



'.'.■>,.„ 



nandlorrerlngol ..... 
bo may be sure to b 
"" given loblm. 
ime out of iho p„, k , 

"med, the envelopme 
snt lying opoo ihn bed, 



Mid, or adult, male or femnla, 
irllcleof food to be giveo, unl 
ilure bns rcacled suflidenily tc 



ing up 



Ib.ir , 



li»l«li- 



low a point as practically 1 

Ton know my views on this snhject, which art, 
that tbe humnn body Is intended by lis Creator, 



cillllu 



! Of I 



Lily « 



would nrc 






nnlea [bat 
ere under. 



sickness, If tbe I 
stood, nnd obe; 
cidentni nnd eicepiionnl condition of human ex- 
istence, that health wnnld be ibe ordinary condi- 
tion, nnd lh»i whercBs oow a majority or Ihe un- 
man race die fur inside o~r old age, ihtn the major- 
ity or tbem woold din from old nge only. 
sir, or my high pi 



im.l Ir 



h„Ih » 



n«y 



ccted with Ibe treatment, Ihe fun 

iliaily one derived from imperfect 

id, witb Imperfect elimination , 

ir then the treniment can be n 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 

Is Now Open for Ihe Reciiptiorj of Guests. 



s conducted equal la 



Ueadiijo ahb exchange soiws, 

.m.-I ,.•.'! !,',.-',, ''. i \tlV ] ' u Ui™/m.7"li r . birinTa 
N [■:«■■; s-rtM> .,dJ ,. I,,.-., i' \i;iN [j f [oi 1 . Mil.'. 
EIULS. Alto— 

A Drnncll Tclcgrapls Ofiieo, | 
Conneating wilh all Iho lines tbrourh-ut the connuy. 

LEWIS I.KI.lMi & Clt., j 

Proprlelors. 



OSIEflTAL HOTEL, 

Canter of Market, Battery, and Bash itrtcd 



of pur 



I by s 



folly n. in make nne wond, 
enlly persued. 

There are some olher points c 
treatment of TJiptheria, to wbid. 
for me lo allade. One is, that n 
are killed by Ibe disease, die fro 
resulting frnm Ibe formation or 

false membrane It formed onl 

secreted frum the mucus glands, nnd nlmi 

medinlely thereupon forms lulo a thick impi 



iuflucnlion.lbi 
nt the doctor, 
pasaiiges. Thii 



is of ibe 

In for lb 






The 



■f 4B hours not less Ih, 
eight. The man's lis 



"' "" u « must hove 
Lselr. No other treat- 
made acquaint -i.l, 
^et,wbicbleoosid,r 



e danger 






.deration "•>"><! "' niirollon, |, 
"'apse. J, „ btco 

Ibem for weeks ofier all u ""° B 

eence, show nen.ly , ar „, n0 tonji"^,!" ^.i"'*'" 

»"«do w| J0 Uxt bMo 10k " w.,rcon l,u7' 

Cbi "!' ° r Wllb 'J^'lid fever and reco.ered^Therl "l"™ly tl>, ib. care of llcrset and OarrlageB cf 1 

can be nn doubt thai In inanr 1i>i i Patrons of the linuse 

"""*■*■ ■"•". "» •■■*»! i..„ b .;" ,", «!'; O. Ji OALLAH AN. _ * 

■a very [ 10 pnoPfllEW*- 




homostfa.tlrlloiu Tbo Tables will ho tunpllediou 
mtiraly dtitinet fn.m Iho nolol, thou 5b n|>enln*fre»w 
HLEOA.VT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES; 

Tbe location .,( ,'y. H,. u ','| , , '„, „',,'.',".,! |, ,.v,,:..Vi-i 



COLDEN EACLt 

Ihotel^ 1 

Corner Sevandi aiitl K wtreoisj 
SACRAMENTO. 

TUTS HOTEL IS OFFEflKD TO THE PDBtW *• 
a "IT.imo fo- Famillor ■■ ,nd for the Traveler. 
The Proprietor ha, snared neiihar esnonieM 



n n fid onl that vtil tort 



"Ithttio vor 


be. 


SlO.llU.T. „ 


ail 


r th. ifomi, 




neolod wilh t 


a Ho 



mi"* 1 

ugl |g IS* 

YjrsEt' 



'thFoa lifob jst i aT~f abmeb. 



51 



California Uotts 



V 



1 nrolANOLOOT OF CALIFORNIA 






ur*|irtl3,V 



Stllf. -YI.-VilSOELLAXEOuS ADDENDA. 

| Gold PnonOcnoK «!><!■ Jus*. 1848.— In 

tslimnle of the amount of Gold prodoced In 

»liforoi.i from 18-18 to 18G1, vide Plum" 13 Feb. 

it slight mistake crept in, wbicli "ill he 

MdilT discovered by Ibe render in the grand tola] 

mined up. II should read "California 

Tbis small sum or 800 millions bavio( 
eadily jptnt, on error of figures will bo 
■endlly forgotten.— I March, 1B63. 
fi the preparation of our Indtaoologr Notes, tj-- 

1, and pre- occupations. Our tort Si 
Rlj- Id the shape of notes, fragments, end memo- 
ioda, which being of great "Inn for reference, 
without snob connecting linki would be !■■.■<. 
istoTice from the office of publication during 
[■period from inception lo conclusion, and wont 
fllme and strict demotion, is nur onlv eicuie for 
[y language and method. 



e Geologist of Ives' Kipe- 
of 1858 (lately, May, 1881, issued by Con- 
i following remarks on the dy- 
; changes of the hasin of the Colorado and 
e Pacific domain, and which so far as ' 
B bv the autbi 



indent, bat Agrees with that of Walker, in 

IBSO. Tbej cultleMe a Utile cotton, » Met staled 

ronado. in 15*0, and altogether, the people 

to be in the same condition now ni theo. 

The Huolpnii and Yampnls ire probably with Ibe 

-■„(,,«.■■ atiilth Kith the Maquis, ns ore probably 

b trlbu near Owen's Lake. 

Tht Tbro-uoisr, or Chalthuitt, of tht Aitcm. 
Newberry makes the following note, which is 
ceedingly valuable*,* ao historical link in the 
idem races of Altn California and Uuioo: 
'■From Ibe volcanic cones of the Cerrillos (of 
alisteo creek, New Sle.ico, not far from Seota 
Fe| was fnrniihed, ft great P">. if noi °"' lLe 

ghlr prited hylheondentUciicnns. This m(n- 
allsa nrietjei* torquoise, and is found in rein' 
inning through » light colored trachyte. Tht 
icirat exear/iHtoni mad/ In north of it on nou- du- 
ict&y linoie, nnd seem to have been carried to 
ie depth of two hundred feel or more. Several 
■ the Indian tribes- nf New Mexico— Ihe Navahos, 
obaves, etc., i'iU hnld this grot In Ibe highest 
iiecm. The most valuta 1 possession of Cnlrook, 
31 Hohf.vf guide, on lhat route, was ft wedge- 
japed piece of tholthuitt, suspended from bia 
ose, as may be seen in Ha portrait elsewhere." ■ 

tilk qiiATlE, jasper, agate, opnlnceousqoarli, etc., 






named, which is profusely Illustrated: ! 
U of the work are of the highest laloe 
miners of California. 

grand a scale in the Cascade Jlout 

Tnllj described (by Dr. S.) in the flth 

Y Railroad Reports, together with tht 

o Francisco, Jit. Taylor, the Raton, i 

altitude of similar peaks scattered throu 

the country tmlrattd in tht ran}/> of the i 

I Kefndaand Rocky WonntBins.prors that the 

f -which bate elevated these great systems lis 

' vrious points, eoniinned to act rrea up 

pratnt tir**. Tbe earthquakes that still p 
i* upon the Focifi,c Coast, end the recent oscill' 
of lerel of which it hears record, are phenomena, 
Of similar import. With those before cited, Ibey 



Coronndo, nnd others, Thlo Aim California, nt the 
epoch of I04O, >ll of which bare a hi L -l,ly inivr.. 



These In. 
whose account of then 
Letbermao, C. S. A., j- 
them, in the Stoilhsoniar 
nre rich In sheep and bar 

off their neighbors, wbit 
They are doubtless cjjiltt 
ood Comaoehos, of oor I 

binn period. Th. animv. 
■lie oul in f,.ur ciMU'iri.-i. 
Z.ir.i i ■,,. I.I.. n.. lb.- Gil.., 



also met with by Ires, 
in is very brief. Dr. J. 
ilisbed'an account ol 
Leport, for loan. Thcj 
a, and nre a, bold nnd 
rho hare got wealthy 
tudred, in New lieiici 
rithlbeUtnhs, Apncb. 
ics, nnd of the Cbich 



oued o 






thii ihaJt'ji und n 
mpng reofon ha not rtathtd a period of rtpon 
The Big CiXen o/ tht Morado. 



ie by r«i 



:t nundn 



f ViHii in Unjlh. Ittommo 

feiatncod river (which is 111 miles from the llu 
b»Te river) under lotilnde 35' «',and Inngitud 
of G. 113° 24', nt an elevation of 1418 feel nbot 

[ibe tea, nnd runs through the table lands of frot 
t to 8,000 feet elevation Into the sooth-emlcr 

k frontiers of Otab territory bordering on the ne' 



A CARD. 

n years bns elapsed 




BUCKEYE MOWER. 



H i L AXLE-liliEAoK i 

I'Z-h ,,„i ;„e„dth of CI 
n .„l,i...riu >r T,mtories. ] 

■cVDOtiiedgen 



ibers return tlitir uruttful 
i ill,. ..mi I.,,- [.ul-LL.-. "Iio 



ko and 


the Bitfe-lSSO 


erritory 


Alta Gal 


ornia, 


and is < 


.out 10 miles 








liae or 


be State of C 


Worn!*, 


Jr say 250 


miles 


a^a™™""""" 1 "'™ 


lea. Tb 




C«B- 


' on, or p 


roperlv in on 


Inogoag 


e ll cugt.1 


to be 


WtT 


rise from the 


Irer edg 
bight, i 


from «n< th 
all sorts 


mind 


nado's 


hapa.confirn 


540, with 


ceounts of 
which it is 


Cro- 


It,, ,v, 




liar, and 






cf the 


ost sublime a 


d awful 


f earth's ■ 


peets. 


In F.iru 


urn's travels 


here is a 


short mco 


not of 


atrjpp 


r> tradition, 




0, of n vo 


ageur 




escended Ibe 


no on fr 






■ rneot in 


the western 


urels or 


ha Rocky 


lloqn- 


lains a 


d floated dow 


Its emir 


leogtb r-i 


IWOB- 


it, „!,. 


trepidation. 


'he featu 




lorado 


bisiu 


od of the Fa 


bin Indi 




' New 


■ Hnilr-a 


seem to have. 


ude. B on« 


bnl Utile physlca 


chaage 


since 1540, or 






ditions 


■ otCabrillo Alarcon.C 


oronndo, 


arcos de N 




! b " " 


within the lire 


ited comp 


arisoo of 


1 who 



(iurpHf r-,,1.,.,1 „, :, |„„; H „f ,[ n .i r „,,„„,„,-i,r.., 
I,.,' .,1-r .,[.[.i.,i,i L .M,ry m.; in- nj|(a...- '■:■! l-.y s l.u 



notly compelled 

■,,,l.,,il .,,i,jl,tl... r„r ill.m 
r whieh it suoas uonii 



Having invited nlteolion 10 this subject, they 
nve already received one parcel or the crude 
:s,ntbui collected, and the same hnvlog beeu 



eoft bland oil, 

utei. It is hi 
irth and new di 



the £,s 



SEED WAKEHOTJSE. 

<ESrABHiKED IB 18o(M 

. ~W. MOOBE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND BSTAIL DEALER IN 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT. 

Agricultural 

Onisimental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. 40S CALIFORNIA. STREET. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Tin: UNDERSIGNED HAS ESTABLISHED SfJOH 

im to secare from ih> vary best looree-lhe most sklll- 
il e rowers— their choices! seeds groxn, of which he will 

iFMlll from France nnd Eo t laud, from wullkoown aod 

amcdlnourentftlncoes. 

Ithasbeeo the oinerienco of oarbert gardeners nnd 
rowers, nod all others who plant seed, that seeds raised 
i C4lir..n,ii are net fully reliable nnd cannot be' for a 



JJAS FOR BALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hungarian Gross; 
Kentucky Bloe-i-rasa; Orchard Grass; 

Itcd-top Grass; Solnfoln Onus; 

igllsh Ryu-grass, Timothy Grass ; 

Red Clnver; White Dutch Glover; 

Crimson Clover, Lucerne, &o. fto. So. 



BEET. CABBAGE, CARROT, RADISH, TURNIP, 

CUCI'MUKli, MKI.UNS. i.i:ttuck, LlSIONS, 

TOMATO. EARLY AND LATE PEAS, 

BEANS, 4c, ie., &o. 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECTICUT SEED- 
LEAF, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SEED. 

COTTON 6SEETJ. 

Guano from Johnston's Inland. 
FLOWER SEEPS (3(10 VaHellcs). 

BULBSs 

r.ll.ll^. TCLIP3, HVACI-VTIls, 

""•■|"K A.,r,.l..nr,, Itu„.,„cul„., 

and OnriitiBY. "° 

Fmmhiilnnf oiporlonce'.n the Seed Boslnosj (ovei 
thirteen ye >n|, nod his very eitensirs stock of good, 

Bdent of his abllllj to jalllfy his patrons. 

% 




THE SUCCESS WHICH TUB 
Buolteye Mower 

HMtootwilhlnCnlifnmla.hu led as " m"Ve larc. 

Import!. Ior.6 uf Ibato for the ;en«o of 1863, 

We fesl confident that H Is 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

And Is conceded eo » ba^hj Fnrmenlo every seellon of 
the State Ii has stent Improvements over am othor 
Two wheel Machine. 

THE BUCKEYE AS A REAPER. 

The Important advinlne.. wbloh belone In the Bueki 
as a Mower, bio retained lo the Renper. 
Wo said a lame oombor of them last sdmoq, and 
«ho bad ibem siy the BUCKEYE is 

Tht' Itlaclilne for California. 

It will ajapt i.-olf lo evnrv sorfaee of groood [ will ran 
llebter and deliver ilr t -"lo eatier and boiler than nnj 
,,-.i,-, i.i,." Tn.- U..n«r', >e>l Is directly ever the 
avle uf the Machine, lo.r.ad of belus; 00 the Platform, 
Kburc it aiidr erectly lo Ai draught. . 

WohavoaNEWand 1 MPROVBB REEL and 
Plilform, with othariinproveiD«nu,on the BUCI 



Haines "Illinois" Header, 

Which h" nrovad itself ui bo the BEST HARVESTING 

machine ir; Tin; ^wa.. ii i<i»i ih« 

only Reader which has mood the lent 
for the put fire yean. 

Sole Agents for Ibe celebrated— 

Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Mannfnctnred hy 
C. AULTMAN & CO Canton, Ohio. 

Together wl'.b a fall assortment or 

Agricultural Implements. 

3- Farmers, lend for a BOOK with fnll description. 

HA-WLEY *Sf CO., 

Corner of California nnd Datterv streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

d— 

CEO. NORTH i CO., E and First streets, 
4 MAttYSfiLLE. 



S EED. PLANTS. ETC. 
"""" J A P A N ES E 

Fruit Trees. Plants and Seeds. 

pa JUST RECEIVED FIIMI Kali. (JTjJ 
KiB-wa, ei •leaovblp Seotlsnd. and fur sate ly^Ea 

"WW?- HASELTINB, 
At Tbe Japanese Bazaar, 

MO, I'iZT. MONTOOMBRT ST. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape- Vines, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

Applo, Cherry, Poach and Pear Trees ; 
Apricot, Plnm, Pome B rnnntc and Pi B Trees; 
Persimmon, Orange, (In bearing condition); 
Caroelin, Locust, Button and Lacquot Treoi ; 
Hibnn, Variegated Pine, Tea Plants, and "Ala" 

Trees ; 
Ornpe-Yinea, Bvotgroons, Etc. 

Grain, Vegetable, & Flower Seeds of Japan, 
or 1863, 

Together viiii nil the varlatlea ol 

B.ICE S£J£3I9S 



■ hit miraer, and aro In the most pctfeclanj 



"V 






nivlilv |.ii.'- furtstf, fill jet K ive us tbrtl supply. 
Ind ir the subscribers cao oolv obuin the 

intiv..- resin in suflkent <|m.milifj, ther will be 

jrii;,. ilii.n .in]- nf ihc ;p.irii]iii c-i)ol-oll varieties, 
vhich cony herenfter be imrorled. 

BUCKS A; LAilRERT, 
JIaXDi-aOTOniBO Cutiiists, 



., 



New Washing Machine. 

KSOWIEDQE SHALL BE IHCEEASED." 

'PES SU113CRIBEP. WOULD CALL TllEATTBh*- 



30 miles; lli.it is, onlj ball a daj's distance of 


Ir.t. ni,.,.. set n> d. ^ D Ibu most Important rmiLT 


1Kb other, on the flat Jlesai, of the viciuitj. 


"""vun" wash sorob scrub wash wajb to-day 


They are runted bj Eglufilelu, who wns topogra- 


Oawlmwi t'brincKt nil our friends, 






& the work, u follows, coantiog from the welt: 








nth; *, Shapalawee; Li, Ilualpee (or Gnclpee) ; 






"thi. .°l.oh'l°'.°.l"h*'for .ale loSan Franclico. by Ihe 
llret -ecll lo A|.,il. .. A [trill! H. '. -.•>'.'- A Ti.-nlui.il 












hibiti and buildinRs to the people of Zuol, who 








A Pretty Little QardnuSpot. 




Whoever wants a prrtlv Q.rdeojpol of d 8 t„ Knw of rfeh 


•bouith- , amf dlstnr.ee (at Fort Defiance) to- 
wards the uontieaet. Ires does Dot stale their 


Ltai, well euv'.r»J "iui bcrini Prall Trm, la . dcllgQlful 


or bj UlrMiag letter lo IWItur uf Farmer, who will ,l.e all 


. Bombers, nnd his account of them Is very meager 


licj*nkndars. f 



% 



Native California Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

SIGNED, FROM HIS EXTENSIVE 
facilities and 

Large Stock of EVory Variety of Seed, 

MERCHANTS IX TBE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LAROE RANCH OWNERS, 

Who wish lo be supplied In his llns. 



DIRECT In Ihe undersigned, through the Express or 
by Mail, otherwise parlies run GREAT KISK of bel 
sd upon, in ease their Order, should be filled 



.wing aiders for Seeds and receipting for Ihe same, 
an andenrigued ii alia nerniltted lo refer to Co 
iren, editor of Cillfurula Farmer, who hoi had a 
silence of twenty join la the Seed and Nnrser 
ness, nnd Is conversant with the high value of lo 
od seeds, aad their superiority to all other seedi 

ST Send for o Catalogue. 

S- "W". MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 

408 (old Ho. 110) California itreet, 
t sMi tbahcisco. 



TUB 

AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

The Original P. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Bummer and Winter All-nsjhl 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 



■;. l.;."lln,-. Lr-llsnrc. roisllnif, 



With New and Eirr.i Lirjc Flu*., ind br Ihe Addition 
of the celebrated Patent D lublo-ihoet UoltomFluo 

Attention Is Invited lj the Mlo»1n fl points or superb 
.rlty t 

. lit, DonaiiLiTr— La.[ln C , with proper care, at least 
iOiSHt Blovas are now In use tnnt were set op In 

■li, MANorAOTOBB— Every portion or the St. 
horougblj eonilmjled. Eieb Slovo Is snhmltl, 
■nlicul UA. «..| noue loa.o onr works colon conjl 
.nd j( .«rf«lltanlib ■ 

tnd all other culinary opera fions'pe'rforu 

Jin Ecor>osii-Savln e the cost of.the Store in one 

Blh, Vwniinaiios ur Hiat— In the Stewart Slove 
nl«ne, Ibe fr^nl d™r. open dlrecllj Into Iho oven (pro- 

[. .:i t -ll.y l.-ti-r.|..l-nr). ..-:,in t,, ; i. .lirtr-. Is... ; -■ „i- ■-■:, 
"•- -p ef the oven, br men,,, of hole, ,«rf.>r.le 1 in .be 



Iho men more evenly and effielenlly healed than bye 

9th. U noin no— Po, formed on the ton, and without 
tbe noalnlllir of iiu-lr, O ntrrio k - Ihe ro-jni 
| -'.;. if: ^ATEaltcrMvoiiiAai. Wtuatxo CtoBFI- 

i" a, fTfTU Uaci— Ao arrnngoment for supplying 



%k. 


O. E. COLLINS, @y * 

ii MDiilgomery street, HuiA 


American Watch Factory. 


WATCH EEPAIErNQ . 

© AT M NKW V0R K PHICESI^ 



FRUIT TREES. 

Ornamental Trees, 

MulbBrry Trees, 

For Sale at a Bargain. 

* HAVllSQ SOLD SEVERAL BDILD- >aa^ 
l&ies; Lot) lu my Nursery, I will sell swjjwS 
fA-rC VERT LOW PKICB 
All'the QBAPE-VESBS and TREES thnt nre on (hem, 
i theeipeaseof transplnntlne; to another place. 
Order* promptly attended to. 



I. in.-: I 



L. PREVOST, 



WILSON'S ALBANY SEEDLING 

STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 

PORSALEBV- D . B . oofJmr , 

0.1 HI n..il KntvaeTT. 
And BRTjntTIERE & DIFTOT, 



AMERICAN SEED-STORI, 



1863. 



"!_»»»' 1863. 

V -TKi'.lPtt. per ESpreu, -in. --r 
■ ■'» -""D-llOUSEa end 



Clioice and Reliable Seeds, of the Growth 

of 1862. 
Garden, 

Flower, 

Field, 

Tree, 
Grass and 

Glover Seeds, 

Etc., Etc. 

In Every Variety, 

Which I Qtfar u, Doalora and Ajrieultnrlsls at Iho LOWEST 
CatUojuot furuUlioi eio op|.lirr.ii..i,.' 



Tobacco Seed: 

HAVANA, 

VIRGINIA, 

MARYLAND, 

KENTUCKY "id 
CONNECTICUT 
Seed-Leaf Tobacco. 

FRESH AND PURE, 

JUST IlECBIVfcD. 

"W. R. STRONG, 



Lucftrne, Lucerne, Lucerne [ ! 

(OR ALFALFA.) 

CA BAQH FOR 8A 
O U BRAN NAM. 



RHUBARB AND ASPABAQU3 BOOTS. 

QfJ.OGO OIAST ASPARAGUS ROOTS, or largo llse. 

Also 1,000 Vioioria HLubard Rcioti 
wWeh vrlll yield a Drop the First Year. Price, »3 per 

Th bJ, Mb °" 1 Vth^ "» T <"? l ™ Ur l . ,lta n"»J,' .Samples 
"uibeqoioklyat 



of the Fumer. Orden 



53 



THE CALIFOENIA FARMER. 



&]jf Gkliftmua farmer. 



SAN 


F KAN CISCO: 






(y TW« whe- n 


*■ ■■ r ,,.„„,,«« 



lie'ircB. ciubt o 



C BARBECUE AT TO MALES BAT, 
itph or tbe Settlers and the Eight ! 

(.'ii.iioii.vj, linj been retarded macs Ibaa thirty 
J™V in b " m ««b Of proaperlly, by rcneoo of un- 
settled i ■ 1 1 - -= and frnnduleal grants it I..i,.I — :r.,i- 
linij a tbauaaad difHculliea Ihnl have proved a 

and families. Delnya in filiog boundaries, frauds 
nnd wrongs perpetrated not only against ibe set- 
tler but against the United Stales, hare been on 
a stopendoua leak, nnd operated lo the dlscour- 

lntiun, more ihan twenty Ibonannd bam 01 
been injuriously affected bj Ibeae cause], and Ibis 
loss in voluc lo it tilers nod Ibe State baa 



lo Tomales. Tbe BloDmucld Brass Band, under 
iboir "lik loader, Mr. I.amdeo, mad? tbe lillli echo 
with rich mualc, and ibrlr strain a aeemed In in- 
apl re the people wlib a bappy frcllrp. Near the 
center of Tomalea Ibe barbecue ground presented 
a merry aDd busy scene ; In a large 



unjicj, .. 



luhlei 



Moat undoubtedly, amir 
laie grown out of Ibii ui 

n the legal and personal 



eicilemenjs thr 



diOicu 






mlnjc to apply u ui pemjMllj, 





Pmtlui 
























































'•""t T" 5h 1 


0B3 .d 








3 HEADERS AWD OOHRBSPOMBBMTS, 
are received, nnd shall public neat Bee 
ikcraon the Homestead Bill," hj- Fnlrla, 



We shall also publish No. 2 on 



mly, will 



Eom.lMng Hew in Cnliforhia-Lndles' Evening Dresses. 
Lamas who desire lo know tbe Meet appearance 
of tbeir ball and party dressea in tbe evening, can 
now be gratified to the fall eittnt of their lusts 
and judgement. Messrs Kirhy, Byrne S Co. bore, 
with a wise foresight to Ibe deinanda of fasnion, 
prepared a room i a Ibeir baiement, where hand- 
soraely prepared, and made close and light, it en- 
tirely abott ooi day light and Is lighted with gns. 
Here rich silks, saline, and fancy goods, sullabti. 

act uppe.irance of evening light to, pcrfeclioi 
This ia Ihe Ural nnd only show room or Ibe kin 
bn tbo Pacific conal and wa know the Indies will 
appreciate thii effort of Kirby, Byrne fc Co. 



ink, can be traced lo the Government in its la 
ness lo settle questions of title ; but ll Is t 
[e and useless lo retrospect. We are bappj 
i- at Ibis late dnj as oowouted exhibition of e 
r/r nod vigor on Ihe part of tbe Bolted Slat 
ipretne Court, In deciding reied lilies, ventil 

ting past frauds, nnd opening caies with ft lit 

lo righting lb cm. 
We go unqualifiedly for tbe niour. Lot eve 

juat aod legal title be at ooce confirmed, if pu 






. oil ila I 



ryattd. At i 



sarance ol thousands of insecure homes, wn shn 
e nor vast domains dotted with cbeerful an 
ibslanlia! homes, and blooming as a garden. II 
ic{ thr tr.ttrpriie, and all we want la the asaui 
ice, to work an astunishlng revolution in lb 

The recent decision in tbe case of tbe Bolsa d 



j of laod lilies I 
DcGcial effect upo 



is, tbe whole drenraledwilh evergreens, onk anr 
ij — botb emblcmntlo of bravery nod triumph— 

■r ten yenn and triumphed at lasl. 
Sear 10 Ibe tent wore tile largo pits over whict 
ere roosting Ibe filled ol, dowo whose browned 
ba Ihe rich eavory juice was flowing, two pork. 
5 •>' ■'. sli sbecp, tnrniog on spits. Theae were 
I dooe op >n ricelleot style. ..'une to perfection 
r the eipetieoced hands of Mr. Zlmmeiroeu (a 



Stan aod Stripes. J- 

A( 11 o'clock tbe procesaiun Toimed opposite 
tbe Ame.-iean Bouse, the Brass Hand playing i 
llvelymotcb. Oapl. M. L. Alleo led off,., ill, bi: 
Leaguo of Settlers for ibe cUli.m' pi..-, .ion 

tiers, then tbe foviled gucsta, aod finally tbe pnp- 



:ho procesiioo again farmed aod mnrcbed to tbe 
itand, when the editor nf thla jnurnnl was cnllei 1 
ipoo for n speech (edilora go to lake datro apecob. 

ifplcasure, ne complied in sn far m to congta!!! 



e then 



n lli.'i. 



.s^-se.nlly, meo.nome, 
grand siliht, aod total m 
think, nbDiit fifteen hundreds 
Tbe day was very warm, bu 



favorable, Tbe i 
near by, where 



rendering all 



rmed an epoch ia Ihe hisl. 
■lifornia, that tnual bare n t 



t Washington; 



s, aod by 



when ibolr rlgbls are rei 

This decision we think it 
rendered in favor i 

them deemed worthy of 
stival beld in honor of tba occasion was tbe Era 
imonstration of tbe kind, nnd was atriclly ai 
ijiiession of gratitude. Unfforded OB greal pleas. 

gs of ibo meeting at Tomalea. 
Tbe festival or burbacu 



day,. 



t Turanl. 



It ( 



c pine 



California-the simple, joy- 
ous rpjnicing fit happy people for being pro! 



This) 



isjoat 



Liplendid stock of 
new una nob gpnds of every deeeription, i 
nra how selling at prices eren lower Ibn 
samognoda are sold in New York. Splendid. 



alluded to, where Ibe i 
stnolly kepi busy mi 
fingers[of the uinoy fee 
this Drta. 



employed by 



TnaTuccc Auefhciss— Not eiaclly (Arse Am 
icon Huahrtt, but good places, where lAret i 
Ihrte bundled Atoeririini, or anybody else ci 
have plenty to eat and a good bed lo sleep oi 
We Invito our traveling frionds lu look to tl 
thru fault we now offer in onr columna, tbe vei 
best hotels in each place where tbey are loca-e 

The American iJclel at Pelalnma, Is one or'll 
boil arranged, and besi bnlels, for the Ihe Ware 
leg poblic, Id our Slat.. Messrs. Drown i Ke: 



pply 



•o amply their fine hotel. Trarcle 

The American lintel is A No 1 hotel. Here is 
real qulcl comfort ■ B „d here Mr. T. Bromley, Ihe 
landlord, will ,!„ ,u ln oi , pf , w „ [D ma ^ 
slay agreeable nnd plea«i,nl. 

Tbe Araerlcan lloul ai Tomalea, by Mr. Bene- 
dlcl, la ft good hold, aod the travelers to this re- 
gioa can olwaya hare ihe beat ihe season offers 
Here is a beaotifol section of country to visit and 
here the weary tra.eler can Hud resi. 

Now reaoera, here ore our "Three Americans ■" 

G w ;d«(,;< //„(■,/— Tbiasplendidid bow can wilh 
Jnatice bo called Ihe ru plu, ultra of bold a for 
sorely nothing caa surpass ll in Ibe trne eleg'anco 
of It* richly adorned halls, saloons, parlora. and 
■nits of rooms, nor of tbo luiory of tbe tablet 
and Ibe qulel ease and comfort which la always 
enjoyed by all who make it their borne, ll can 
truly be .aid lo eo.ua! any hotel in ibe [Iniitd 
Slates for elegance and refinement. 

Bray.ee, m, dJwT^Purcbaicrs of Reapers and 
Mowers should look to oar columna for Ibe places 
to buy.!. Meiara. Bnwley * Co. bare noblalm- 
plemenn. andMe^ra. Anbor 4Son have splen- 
did Implement.. Farmers, go cmlne, Judge f ur 
youraelrea, now ia your lima. 



rlompb of Ihe right. 



i-felt gratitodefor ibe 

ruing of the 2d, B dia- 
*as one of the brigbt- 



mlld and balmy, while the wbc 



1 been prepared, the penple, a, 
d upon a bcnnliful little bill 0) 
io near that every word could bt' 

dislinclly. 
Capl.N. L. Allen, of the League, welcom 

people lo this gathering and in a hrief, b 

tbe Slara nnd Slrlpea, nnder 
fnlds tbey were assembled, and under wbe 



or ibe Importance of n noble and gencruua feeling 
among Ihom— n bond of now secure and prosper- 
ous iMIIera; lo go on, Improve, benuiify their 
homes, baoiab nil discord and bury past animosi- 
ties of orery kind. We .core moat happy to in- 
doreeoll we witnessed on Ibal day— tbo noblo 
nnd cnlbnsinsife devotion lolho Uuiun, tbo kind, 
generous, and nelghbnrly fooling. Tho eicrciso 
nf iScso virtues cannot fall to render uny commu- 
nity prosperous nod bnppy — for man Is a anclol 
and dependent being. After n brief lime tho as- 
semblage was again addressed by dpi. Allen, 
who, to closing tbo meeting rciierated Ibo devo- 
led feeling manifested by nil for Our Cnunlry nnd 
Our Flag. Cheer upon ohcer followed for tbo 
Union, the triumph of the right, tbo band struck 



. ■■Il,.ii 



" tho 



.■ Ml 



,]i T ,t: 



the evening tbe ]ienple reassembled fruni ibe 
iburboud, and mndu tbo hours of the night 
y will) tbe mnty daoce. Two balls were held 

children, old and young. All ivoro joyous 

iterminglcd in tbe merry dnuee, nnd daylight 
peeping over tho bills before tbo work wus 

rrna a noteworthy nod highly crodlljibln fnct 

number assembled together,' and ihe excit- 

rrancc of any kind to mar tbe harmony nnd 

joy of Ihe day ; no unseemly noise, no court] 

• dissipation or quarreling ; all ivits hap[. 

d peace. We do not boliove that ererii 

irunspired so general a demonslrt 



Uniled States has proved to fraltfol of b[n[fi ( , 
r^snlts ai the orgnnilations Df loslllutes aod Ca 
renl^ns. They are not Intended ns subslll,^ 
for Normal Scboola, nor can tboy edoeato Tn^. 

sorvo Ibo most ndmlrable purpose r Imp ror j B j[ 
those who are only lempomrily ctigngud i„ , t , 
profession, of furnishing tlioao who are not 
lemalieally trained, with thu beal methodiolj, 
strnc.ion nnd of Increasing tho efficiency | ,,„'. 
ftssionnl Teachers." 
Speaking or tbo hnportonco of preparing «,„(,. 

r ° of usdiit 



l'"'-r. 



□ lis Id pro/eiiionof/u. educated 
cinllon in some form Is ono nf 
agencies of Ibo times. In Coi 
dry nnd nrts, mind is dignifying the labor 
arlison. Farmers havo tboir ogriooltor.l , 
ties, and bold iboir annunl fairs, In which a 



led Ihe I 



choice 



.-ul.|..-. 






approved agt| Ml . 
. labor-saving „ 



a, and dis. 
mmoapropsiiy 






ilboi 



This t 



red in tbeir 
■nance ol a 






urjjud .Ji.i.u . 



dfeel 



Judge Collins of Pelulumn, who was ibe bearer 0! 
a showy banner from the ciiiieoa of his placets 
a Itattmony of tbeir good feelings, lu ibe settlers. 
Judge C. made an admirable apecch resplendaol 



!0fpftlrli 
a Nallunal Flag rrbicl 



sally a 



i impnrlanco of n 



„,j., 



iv farme 
try roa- 



rwaywilb.mil 

we approached Tomalts our'eyi 
wlib the glorlooa Stars and Strip, 
iisoftboSonsof Lit 
ling bighl) upon n 



ly forever keep ' 

io buildings in tbi 
for It was by Ibe Jawa of thai flag lb. 
tiers' victory had been achieved : wo r. 



Many nnd tnlbusiasll 

i triumphantly In ibe p 
ful folds In lime lo ibe 
i Star Spangled Banner 

' district of Tomales Is 
irula, fertile In soil, .. 



: proceedings, in all 
aatlon held, um ono 
harmony of tho fca- 



■ This we esteem un 
olry; we know that 

oneofiboricbesl In 
uhrloo. nod equable 

«ad in aay, from "hi 



End il Id oar b< 
ag neglec 






_ l " >*!» upon It, an 
n-ap energy of iu Inliabimnla will ioo 

oflojus.ry, The Iroo ti,l" ho"nnw'beeu confer! 

ea upon the actual lettlen n. ,v_ - l.j. . 

"« Of the soil. '"""""""> "gb.ful po.se, 



.bout 8H0 feet, designed by Mr. Steigcr, 
.led by Mr. Simons (botb of Pelalumnl; 
-icso Eagle aod Stars and Siripea occu- 



MsyHlehl aver Pierall; 

April 2. 1663. 

Ptoseoled bv Iho Cilltoua of Pelaluraa 

'Hnil Columbia," Ihe cannon on Ihe bill Ihu 
doted forth, reverberating Trom no hundred of t 
adjacent blghla, while tbo abonls of tbe peor 



iriaciple uf niauf was 



It la due to Iho promlnnnt citiicns of Tomales, 


hia capacity eolnrg 


say thnt tbey did everything In their power to 


"Tho duties of lb 


entertain the mnny strangers present. Mospilal- 


school-room; bis in 


ly awaited, every attention was paid, and provl- 


clety around him. 


ioh made for ibem, possible. Many came great 




distnncea lo bo present and testify tbeir sympathy 




ur Ibe sotilcra. We noticed persons from Healds- 


There wns a lime w 


burg, Sonoma, Sanla Rosa, and hten Soli or, ; also 


cause bo was fit far 


rom tho ncionloi of Punlo Reyes, San Rafael, 




Olcma nnd Bolinaa. By Messrs. Keyes & Breeze, 


epnehs. Now, n lir 




abridgemenl of mat 


rt, friends from abroad, were most kindly re- 


The importance o 



We galhefed snnn 



nesting fact 



ii sympi 
'lumpfa nf 



cries of one, thus become tbo coi 

all. 
la Dot tbo education of tbe children as ;„, 

ccrs, or Ibo culture of niiinimoib squnshestej 
.bbages 7 - Is nol Iho trainiog of tbe matt,,, »(,, 
o lo own tbom all, ns neuessary ns tbe lmp r0rt . 
ent of Iho Djrhiims and Morgans? Shall l)B 
rnrap Lands be reclaimed, ni the eipcoi. .[ 
nnsands of dollurs, w bilo tbo children ran Wui 
onr fertile vnlleyB?" 

The Innuenco of a good lenchcr upon the aotlil 
life, habits, aud Interests, are facrenlluded to: 
"Be ooly needs the social Imercnnraa oflojti. 
les, nnd tbe cordial Fym]Fathy of folio w-Teac,. 
s, there eroded, lo mnko tbe henvens glo B w j tJj 
ipe. Thera he Ends his difficulties nrasharej hy 
hers, bij labors opprecinlcd, nnd bis voeauos 

'The eloclric current generated by this nasocTHel 



lb u. 



r Free Scbonla by n 



education for \U 
iesjityorsnitainlng 
ll Uinlioa is urged 



•Raltt Ms rate, B / Count:., !T«oi 
port of (ne Camman School,, ou e hl 
le doors of every scbool-hou 

.lleys are 



its ti 



ral wealth; when 



■lull v 



! the Slate am 
The love of ci 
a daily-imp™ 



Educatiou in Ci 



allfornia. \f 



a tbo scene before ub, no wo 






>u unu iuo Ulle been confirmed lo lb. .el- 
s C. S. lands-being neither more Bur le.,. 

, of the happy men, women and children 
' tvere seated on the grassy alope of thai 

^ Judge 0. finished, Capl. A. introduced 

r lb "<"l"s, who w, welcomed with load 



rely, nnd a 



highly npprc 
the first work 



I I'uiil 



mind 



I May, should awaken a dee 
iofourbestnndwi.eatmct 
) nroto wield ihe d^iinit-s 



mlly nnd morally pur 
It la deeply to be re 



'I ncHon. Bow 
'Old be Intellect- 



voted. This 


splr 


I will enobl 


'be youths ut our 


From ibe 


Is B' 


Iberiog of I 
following 


' 'Mends of ediicii. 



ml relations nf nur Free Schools 
nnd never have they found ft highi 
popular regard Ihuo now.' 

"While olber Stales nro still mo 

L h 1 bVX7f f abund n IS,DUB,, '' r, 
vrer ur prosperity— ought wn lo m 
«cuso for reWing our efforts in I 
Inr educniioa? As Tench era, we 

aarnca^d""' 11 '"'' 1 ""'""*' '"' E,ll " 

"lali-nce of n free people, and Ibe 
free government. 

Schools n higher regurd for frcci 

leprcsenlntive guvernment is based 
esilmnte nf ihe incalculable blessln 



r view, tbe ll- 
o public wesij 

, In CalifomW 

are debtors 10 
i, in this grnt 






only by Tsacbsil 
I by SupcriotenJ* 
, and by ^ony P»" 



Tbe_courao of lectures wiU undoubtedly bi 
'reeling. 



Hlainry; Qayoi,i n p|, v ,.i""i' n AK '' :h '*" ! ' ln ««tnral b "'" Vp ry ll.Uiering. Tho eicoplion wo spenk of 

nol) increased a hundred fold I f;, '■ , I" lin-l ■.',n,'!' i,!'' '" l !" 1 ' " ri """J'-rJ <*"' ' 

"No event In ,h„ kt "atom. inn .,.,„ |„, , lr „| .„„„ ,,, ( ,,.,] „ „ ih( 



1 "eat In ,b hl a i orr , Ddu , 



ids Is intrusten 'bi 



i 



rr-raB c j^x^^o^nxaT^ a^meb. 



*fcr» Alleiea Dcp 

■AMrtH^onJrai of i 
IMOBIrorcrlinp l!ie 



latlon of the Currency. 
He* York Etoninn Post, 
erllnn that lb B legal len- 



^BRl because 

Be^ bay Ibe "mo tbings, for II on 

w ,i|T prar.'J ijy tbe f-i i.rli- ol argument il 

^^Edeprccmled. Tbt. writer Inking B«W 



* K r "'" 



■■■ Itjinis Coosrv.— Through- I 

orthabWifalcouetynf su- G rea T BEDUGTION IN PRICES 



ofTomi 



ered country or 55,000 acres, 

planted op 10 the Terj highest 1 

i, andurnurebciutlful siRblthai 

■quired in of the ns<r grain fit-Ids springing op 



.e lately 
in land bus 



MI1I>»< bf BltTvl.l 



cling some articles II 

1 Pric-a DrprrdMlnn 



s::..v: 


.-. si 




A5 6J 




- 


... 1 








































lerl 




jl procee 




iHn hl * 


as to 




Of wba 


wine 


|U(m:.o 


opir 


anon 


(he sobje 


t who 


HTltbal 


■oldb 


adde; 


rec.nted t 


nhee 


.bore lit 










la but 


wh 




d gravely 


Trgo 


Mdtp- 


M« 


1160 


.free nil 




IroiSio 




roreq 






•rhtie »° 










noic tki 


E' ^ 


Dt til! 


is precis 


!j the 



ire or S 



ft term "deprer.ir.ied" eannol be properly np- 
ho * legal-lender currency, issoed far a full 
BltiUion by competent authority, until II 
lovn that nil price? oi nirosured by it 
Seed in direct ratio lo the alleged depri 
(Without reference to tbe relation orsupply of 
moditie! 11 the demand for luem; ao 

Jty comparing il wild aoj one tontia&ty as 

i [hat being no*- (imply a commodity hiving 
*d M be money eicepl lor three purposes, lo 
cb it Is still received and paid practically at 

bid hat been demonetised by Congress, except 
tbe payment of duties, tbe interest of tbe pub- 
debt ami tbe settlement of foreign balances, 
by tbe enb.niiotion of ibeir legil tender cur- 

lebis in Ibis country or tbe payment of State 
,etionn! taxes; and there Is and can be no 
« propriety in reckoning tbe price of govern- 



A!:,: 



For Rent or Sale. 

■BW BFJILD1HG, WELL CALCULATED 

T, April 10. led T-3m 



Important lo the Traveling Public 1 
AMERICAN - HOTEL, 

BENICIA, OAL„ 

Thomas Bromley, Proprietor. 



I'll.-. -I .il' !!..>■ l-il mill I tfl«L : 

rd per week -46 » I &■•""• »' °° •"*'.'. 

I.. =" L-l r e P vnl,l„W.r„! .. 

=- A C,rri. L v -II .'™- I»" 1« .«.■*.«.. <;. <■■,,.. 



neks. His true 1 
I buy us raoch go 
;rio as formerly, I 



eady to decry the g< 



y" 





e from Gene 




andc 


iliuns n 




ding.it 


in 


aid 1 






oadlt 


,*.Yy c 


urges 


nd re- 


sn 


naibi 




OB 


the sho 


■ liters 


fGene 


al J!c- 


01 


tan, 








■1 of tb 






p. 


Ujmar 


Th 


c 


idencc 


of the Preside 


t, thai 










uf !Sti2 


wbllo I 






of 


then 


mj «■ 




effect. 


nd tbe r 


oads g 


od, ei- 


p- 


lallr 


n Uee 


Ul 


croft 


my ear, 


ndirhl 


e Uenu- 








■tmn 




















rtosm 


by per- 


■o 


■ dir 


etly f 


ora 


it, McClellsn pa 


ilirely declined 



American Hotel. 

MAIN STREET, I'tTAM'lt. 

lift h™^?-™^^™^*^!^. 



STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

A nft will Sell Cheaper than any House 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WIOKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BOUSING PLOID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 

COAL-OIL, 

KEKOSENE OIL. 

COMET rXIOmNATIHG OEL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

siAcaiNRRT oil. 

*RAPK-SKED'OIL. 

CHINA NUT Oil.. 
LINSEED OIL. Ran nnd Boiled. 
POLAR OIL, 

SHARK'S OIL, 

- NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 



FTJRNITTJREI 



PREMIUMS 
T^OIiljX*^ FAIR. 





Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUFACTUBBRS 



" Hi 



AJVIERIOAJV HOTEL.. 

TOMALES. 



rdolcjar 



ARNESS, "P" 8 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

SADDLE-WARE, & C . 

Hob. 214 and 216 Battery street, 

.SAX FRAKCISC0, 



Hon and b.neS 
FABMEBS a 



§100 BOTJKTY! 

sk . ^^^ s 

Rally lor Ibe Union! 

THE CALIFORNIA CONTINGENT 



1 ^Wnenced, did be mure forward. Much space is de- 
j ^^^Dled lo the i runs fur of ibe army to tbe Penin;ola, 
, ^B&n'd tbe (nbsequenl course penned in front of 
' Ml- *<"'"•' ""> e, * ,n '"' u 1 "" 1 B P iEa "» li[ ""E "at Ma- 
Brjroder'i force mi boe-tbird that ot '■:. i|.-ii ,■, . 



quia!]; in lli< 



sligbte 



1 alleged that 



^Klued that nfler Ibe battle 

"i.jartny uji^hi buve gone ioto Ric 

Keral Baronrd, Ibe principal 




DR. llMlKLliS, 

I> E IV T I S T, 



BAN FRASCI3CO. 

Office Hears: From B A M., to 5 P. H. 

ALL WORE t^ L^g* .. TERJISCASH 
IS *5ffW'K n ' aBH W0RK I s 

WABRANIBD! ^ uu - I - I - r F1SIEHKD! 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

'wholesale 

Crockery and Glass 

WAREHOUSE. 

.RTICULAR ATTESTIOy PAID TO FURNISH- 
ING HOTEL AND PA11ILY SDPP1.IE3. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



M E D -A- L 

AWAltDED TO TBE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION; 

LONDON, 1SC2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE. 

ParlH Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Arc Universally Acknowledges! 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
jjeF- Call snil examine before purchasing. 
II. W. WADSWORTH, Agent, 

Cdtner Mantgomery anil Kncratnciita Mrceti 

SAX FRAFC1SCQ. 



IV. E. CHRXIVIES, 

IMPORTER, 
AND WHOLESALE DBALlilt IH 

Furniture 

Bedding, 

630 Battery street, 

BETWEES JACESOS AND PACIFO, 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

ad tbo.pub:le cenorally, Iho noil eoinr'elo assortmaal 

FTJElSriTTJEE, 

IN - THE MARKET, 

AT REDU CED RATES. 

Country Orderi (olleKcd and promptly attended to. 

N. E. GEIMES, 



THE NEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 
HATS! HATS! A 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort etrect, Victoria. 



$6, $8, or $10,000 Wantei 

Ill-iM |-:|i_| r , ,1 .. <:.,.„,.,■,'. I'-.r ,■!..■ r,r 1,.-., ,■.■-,,.. lr-.ni 






Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods. 



WM, HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaar, 

No. S3 1 II o 11 l^'o me 1 ) street. 

1 vnlaablo invoice of Goods, embracing a foil 



m. 



New Spring and Summer Style of 
8ILKHAT FOR1863. 



■ffiti more artille.) tbnn neeJtd lo protect his 
■Htate tranportettoo ; thai he incurred defeat; 

BUI' reiieatloB, and destrojed at Harrison's 

KCIrlliu n|i[..-. lr ..] IJolurt; ll"' Cummittt'C, und 

Itltili,.j Ll I. ,,,,!, „,, , , ,',| 1|J« J.,,1,,1.,, I„|, ||,,. 

Coinrai['... t . ,-..,„, i„ ,1,,- ..I,,,,.. „,,( i u ..i ! rn.].JHioii- 



Rincon Wool Depot. 

D. MoLBHNAN Sc E. GRISAR, 

HAVE re-™,.;.! ILtlr WOOL ESTABLISH SI EST, 

Cratllng and Packing Wool for 
Sblpmcnt, 

Their "Oa atfe Miin." boi oc -oil eilobli-hed bore 

■"■I " ': ,,,,: ;" '"'•■• ""- 1 '-""'l^r Hni "if" tbt-ir 



K. Ii, FORDHAM, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

|H CR ,°CER, g 

JACKSON and FRONT Htreets. 

jIAIUIBRS ch.t bo r tired,, o, « null, „,,tJd do wall I 
COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS, 



MILITAJRY GOODS. 

Embroidery, Bwordi~Belta, Saahea, Eto. 

BEQALIA, DAHNKtlK, TLAcia] MILITAitV EHUHOIDEfty 

Bobci, Capj, Seals, and all Ooodi required bj 
Boelsilci, Milt 1 an and Civle Proeasiloot. 

T flOUOEIH JOHNSON, 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

WITH 

TVe-w Improvements, 

JDST RECEIVED, 

HE THE ONLY PEEFEGT MACHINES 

STITCHING* 
BINDING, 

HEMMING, - 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

BMBROIDERINO; 

TUB HOST I:iHM|i||i 1L 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IIV USE. 



H„ W. WADSWORTH, 

AQENT, 

Cor. Montgomery and Saoremento itreets, 

SAtf FSAXCISOO, 



RICH LACQUERED & INLAID FAJJCY GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETO. 

TORTOISE-SHELL, H'ORY and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK.ingrcaivarietj'i 

FANS, of every slylo ; 

SILKS, CRAPES, and PIKA GOODS; 

EMBROIDERED SHAWLS, tind APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC.: 

Together Kilh u full supply or EGG-SHEL Land 
FANCY PORCELAIN, DINNER, TEA and 
COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETC ; 

25 NESTS CAMPHOR..W0OD TRUNKS: 

■ii CAMPHOR- WO 00 BUREAUS ; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, at Wholesale nnd 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

XT CROCKERY, JBA 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated ana Brllauula ITaro, 

lI..oi.oh.„d,rp r? U irC e, n d full aiHrlnent 0( tie aboia 



WM. T, COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPINQ & C0MMI88I0N MEECHAHTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANCES, 

How York and San Franoigco- 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

QOXSTANTLY ON HAND, A FULL AND COM- 

cijRDAGE. 



S. W. SHAW. 
apoi-trait Fainter-. 

umb^f IE, 3d Hour, M.rc.nlil, Lii.r.,,- bolldlng 



54= 



'HE CALIFORNIA FABMEB, 



four Uisctllam). 


■ 


|FVr IS- California FanDOr.1, 






Id- biedlui oo Hi.- liurrvioi: ltnet. 




I'.iv after Jut. Hit world "Wis round I 




Tbo cjrabals or airlh (be qolck pulsa bail 




Above tbe deed omi under crv.-j.nl ; 




£■■ .mi' like • drain, age wen nod graj, 


■ 


Sorrow wlta 111 lairs and ashes, 




UhokxI'i slaltljr ■!,[., and bovhood"« p!*J, 





..-r 



Tnr i 






bod !?■••■ 



■'■'.I rn Iraofp*- 

deposit of soft 
bottom. Here 



Daj alter 


ajone 


lep is r.i 


og. 


Dajruft 


rdajo 




How (rare 










ifter di 






Comlee ,1 


i coir, 


hecdlui 




Wboroi 


■e> the 


»t tbal oi 


n mil ?- 


To.dajr bn 




and life h 




Lai deotb tat* a 


few if he 


rill; 


Tbetfin 


foetal 


.Iblipno 


bragga 




Sal of fashion ofte 




Familiar fa cm— brillbj ted 


.1,-C.r.l 


Hare T» 


l.fcrJf 




wded ill 


Dot after u 


.. Uur> 


ingarn 


comeu 


Coo lb.; 


bate fo 


Eollto pi 


uorel 








ntbooi 


And (he 












C. Pnnn 


cs Rion 



'■V 



Id f ruber bean it (I 

Tbo rkj wiib lu pal* 

Ever pelolelh Ihe w 



pi*., 

tbe beads of 
Mil- just protruflinp; Ibronj 
|( which ii genertillj found «t tbe b 
.1 (here, r-lnnp. with these, large bli 
rrs visible, ilae horns of greet sise. bones end 
dfraRroeolaorpolterj. Th«re silll lived among 
em a traditional belief thai these were the re- 
■ips of 6>ellin|rs, occupied bj people of anolent 
limn, who built on tbe likes io order lo abetter 
themselves from the wild beasts. Anil jet cen- 
tury nfler century elapsed, and no ona bad the 
curlusliy to looV closer Into tbeso scattered frag- 
roeote or o fnrirotien world, until As season bad 
ripened Tor tbe final discovery. 

DuLlt so happened tlnl in 18S3 and 1804 a pe- 
riod of unheal dryness solin. The higher mouol- 

ler snow, ud the lakes, seantllj fed by tbe glneler 
stream, fell far bclon ib*lr ordinary level. Tn tbe 
lnle of Zurich, the lowest level biiherto marked 
on tbe so-called "sfone of Siala," had been at- 
tained in 16?*. In 1&4 the water was a font low. 
er, tn a email bar between Obeo Melton and Dol- 

lil.-i.n, tbe inbnhltnnts took n.iv c- of tbe 

recession to Increeee their gardens by bond- 
ing ■ wall along the noa- low water line, and 
filling up the apn.ee thus i.equlred with rartb ob- 
tained by dredging It 



imbers 



and a] 



Tbo 



inveitigntlon (de 
presented to lb 
i 1854, ISflS, am 



of Dr. F. Keeler, of Zurich, „ 

scribed by biro in three rural 
antiquarian society of Zurich 
I860,) wo* to establish Jibe existence or a sob- 
merged "lake Tillage" in this part of the lake of 
Zurich, This discovery was rapidly followed by 
others. In Lakes Constance, Geneva, Neufchnlel, 
•, Uoj 



is (Int 



I. PM! 



oiiipij i' 



NEW GOODS II 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 



HAVE JUST 

A LiEOE SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS, 

Comprising in SILKS, 

9 DR Zimicn, BLACK QR03 GfiAlK ; 



In DRESS GOODS, 



Silk and Won! Fanta.il. Poplin d'Aragon; 

Plato Irl>h and Pronob Pordlo ; 

Plaid do do do do 
Plnlo and FU'd Ottoman and Merino. 

Rich all-wool Plild., Freneh de Lslne, 
Miibnlrs, KplDRllne, Foulards, 

id emery variety of NEW DRESS GOODS, now we 
.New York, looludln, the poplar, 

BOBE IMPEEATRICE. 



In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



And though all itrength ilill eomesfron Heaven, 


ralry, may hire distnterrrd. And the amount o 


All light from God abate, 




Tit we may sometimes tn hie angels, 




The apostles of bis lore. 






the single locality of Concise, in tbe lake nftfeur 






Who ites in every man a brolbir. 


"from haiing recovered all the relics imbeded in 


Shall led in *oeh a friend. 


the sill of Ibe lakes and Iho peat of lb* valleys 




Nevertheless, we are by ibis lime acquainted wilta 
a sufficient nnmbernf points nfremurknble rich 


How William Got a Placo. \ 


Two boje applied Tar a place in a gentleman's 


neis, lo enable ns 10 give, by their description, no 




Idea ol Ibe ancient populailon irblcb had the 


experience in the easiness. He was a gentleman's 


bobil oMiviog on tbeie waters." a a 


bod and well dressed. The other boy was the 


.Tbe first possessors of the soil (the wild bensis) 


only son of a poor widow. His clothes were well 


bad to tetire step by step before the new popula- 


mended, bnt perfectly cteao, and bis Tare had ■> 


tion, wblcb came to raise upon the waters its 






get- faTorably. Tboqgh the elder lad came re- 


hearths spread itself io tbe air. Fires lighted nn 


commended from a gentleman he highly esteemed. 


:he bcacb, where the domestic animals were folded, 


tbe merchant decided In raTor of the widow's son, 


served to keep at a distance during tbe. night the 


quite to iho surprise of every one. A circum- 


carnivorous ones, wbo ns yet had only learnt to 


stance which seemed trifling Id [uelf, bad influ- 


know Ibntetrmenl by the electric flashes n! the 


enced bit decision. 


storm. As soon as the lacuatrine habitation bad 


Tbe two boys came together at tbe hour ap- 


attained some development. Ibousnnds of piles 


pointed, and Ihe merchant was on hit own door 




ttep at the same lime. Just Iben a poor little 






connected these dwellings with Ibe shore; bout) 


ped on tbo sidewalk her foot slipped on Ihe icy 


fastened to the shore served for fishing nud for 


stones, and ibe fell ia the half melted enow. The 


voyages of discovery. Among the trophies nf Ihe 


elder boy laughed rudely at her sorry appearance, 


chose which decorated' the dwellings, were Iho 


tbe water dripping from her thin, ragged clothes, 


antlers nf bugs slugs, bear ikinl, Ihe manes n 


but the child began crying bitterly , and searching 


wild boars, and the skulls of wild bolls. The fur- 


for her four peooles she had lost. William, Ihe 


nitora was of the most primitive kind. Leaves 


younger boy, hastened lo ber side aod helped her 


dried grass, moss and. straw heaped upon lb* 




Boor, Krved for tbe purpose or beds. Oo the 




beartb, situate lu tbe middle or the room, was 


beside tbe curbstone. William bravely stripped 


placed the pot-aa-/ru of Ihe Tamil* 


op his sleeve and plunged hu hand down Into the 




water, groping about unltl one of the missing 


coiner. The arms and various oteoalls bang frum 


pennies was found, bnt the other seemed hope- 


the roof. These slight habitations sheltered thou 


lessly lost. 


oonda of famillea for centuries - but who will ever 


"1 am afraid tbat can't be found, little girl," he 


tell or tbe eceoes of joy aod grief wblcb tbey 


laid plea.inolly. 


"Then 1 caa't gel the bread," sobbed the child, 




"and mammy and the children will hare no lop- 








"Thera in a penny," said 'William, taking one 


place 10 remark that (he inhabitant Df Ihe village 


from a little porie which cnntnlned a very few 


hod also bis pleosnre and nmuittucnls. Thestnoe 


more, and Ihen he made baste lo wash off his 


qumts found In tbo lakes resemble those whicb 


hande In Ibe snow and dry them on bis coarse 


the North American Indians still employ in (heir 


white handkerchief. Tbo nther boy looked on 


sports. A peuple or huntsmen must hare found 


with contempt, and remarked aa they patsed 




along in— 


vatnes of skill and deilerily lo bitting tbe mark 


"It is plain enough you are a greenhorn In Ihe 


throwing the Javelin, tbe race and the wreatle. 



In FURS, 

Fur Cloak 



DIRECT FliOSI TIIG MANUFACTURERS, 
BADE BXPIffiSSLY FOR ODR TRADE 
AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IR.IS13: x< IN ens, 

SX-=CIH.TIIV<3- LINEN. 
MNEN f3HEETINQ, 
Linen Damask. L'lulhi and' Napkin., 

And Linen Cambria Ifandkorehlof*. 

Additions bare also been made 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
, No. 1 9lon( corner) . 



BOWEK BfiOTHEB, 

WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS HI 

STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY 

GROCERIES, 
S^^^* Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stori 




Fartlonlar attention la always giro 



"* P"r»n|| 



OF EVERT KIND, AT LOW FSZ.OES. 
:he selection Of our stock or Goods. Many artiol 
SPECIALITIES, for oor 

FAMILY THADB, 

SUCH AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE, and nil other choice kinds. 

TEAS, or the very choicest, selected with the nrontcst earn, for Family Um, 
SUGARS, puro Refined, Crushed, Powdered, nod every choice variety, 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jnma, Dried Fruit or nil hinds. 
SPICES innumerable nnd for every uso. SIRUPS of tbo very choi^ 
BUTTER & CHEESE from tbo moat colebruted Dairies; nlso, cholceat BijUj, 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, Iho very purest, taken from Bond, ni ., ' 
noon but the he.t ; Ibose that desire eholeo Tabla Wlnos, oto, or Tor Modiolnnl purports, et 

BONELE£S UP SARd1°NES.' -"raw! luxury. SPANISH OLIVES, of auperior,, 

HERKIMER COUNTY CIIEESE, superior lo nny Cbncso in Ihe country. 
LONQWORTX-l'S ISABELLA ATSTE) aATA^WBA "WXNfin 
Both Sparkling aod Sllll, ,-,«■, -i.-.lli for J?omllj- Use *"* 











needed In the Collnar 


deji.irrmont 


.f the 


11..1....11 


d, and 1 


o oioal p 




















who mi| ft- 






















ill- 




1 .lijinatob, and Qoodssenl lo 




















that rarer u> nllh On] 


--, will hnv< 


Ihnlr 




t lithe 


















































BOWEN 


BROTHER, 














Comer California 


and 


Montgomery 


streetj, 


















San 


EranciRg, 










r street, st... Mot.. 










I 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
CENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY, 

EIRE A.NT) LIFE. 



(o Moeonlo Temjile. 



I>It. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 
institute, 

620 CLAV STBET, bet. Montgomery i Kearny. 

ExaminationB in r egard to HealtH—Free. 

id Iljslenlo Medic. 



month of prohotloo, ho bail urowo so much in 




favor witb .11 paruot, thai the engagement was 




Now, shall I tell yon tbe secret of hla sueceinl 


these people were of adorning them.elrei with ring, 
passed around nil their limhs, with long pin. 


Itwashlspotoaw. That meant tkini « pr ^. 


lion of Kind feellngt. Many very rosblonable 


eluded that Ibey were not teas attached m nmuio. 
ments and reles.— [Edinhurg Review 


people are for from being polite, and •omeiimei 


lb* most lowly are very remarkable for it, the 
merchant knew that the boy who would ho troly 
polite to a poor tittle ragged child, would nrter 




A Goon Rdt,i. — A man who Is viry rich 
was very poor when hu was a boy. When niked 
bow he got bli rlcbea, be replied : "Hy r t , h „ 


bn Impolite to hit coaloroen. He knew tbat a 






laughed bi, could be trusted. Remember tbat lb. 




boy who Is uniformly polite in bli behaviour hu 


It- If I bad but one hour's worklntbada 






boy baa one. 


after this I was allowed to play- but then 1 conM 


The InSUcnce whicb woman eierls Is silent nud 


play with much more pleasure tbaa If 1 hod tha 

thought of an unfinished task before my mind. I 

eorly formed ibe habit f doing everything in 

iM. C 'tH , ihu i'° 0Q b ' cfln " ! r"''«lly easy lo do io. 
It is to this I ova my prosperity." 


Hill, felt rather than seen, no I changing Ibebands, 






i proS is iU I 



OFFICE— North went Corner lUonteomorj- and Sacramento ntreeti 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000 !! I 

• life i>e:»p.^:rtm:]eivt. 

assets over $5,000,000!! 
equitable life assurance society, 

OF NE-W" "S-OKH: i 
iirrfy wufuol. The only only Slock Pornnnn-/ to Jmerfca e-no,, (Staritr providt, Hat all Ibt 
be dimdtd pro rata among Ike polio/ holder,, 

T of sending appnlbalioos to New York. 

iinslt to and from the Status lo Callfsnstfl 
or added lo poliey. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CoJ. 

OF HARTFOED.'OONN: 
Residence In Cntifornia Fnu nf KlrNchnrgo. 

ue "if ?h7™Z?"l*"' a * "" "V D "" (Iend ' """"' lT ' "" ""■ A "'" Ba "" ,f hB d "' r " si " » ^"1 
Books and Pamphlei. cnul.Inlng full detail, of the system of Life Tut™*,, nan be h.d a. tbo .(.scy. I 

The Cheapest and Beat life Insurance Company in the World! 



FIRE rXEF^JEttTaVTElVr. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, COKTKT; 



nod ut this Agency without lbs i 

In California, Orogoo, nnd Nevada Terrltor 

harge. Dlvldonds applied to payment of Proi 



ASSETS, 



$1,000,000! 



Ll,u 'JaTl'ow'iI's'mi 
Phyic 

RASCHE Jk. SONS 

•■ ""-■™e f )',ii„i 1 i 1 , 1 „ KllBmJ 
iDBAtEHS IIST 



1*1 A1VOFO BTF S* 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKsT 



!•■;;■■ ;h. ;,,',;;,,:„ ;!„.,;■ :,, v ,;7i v ,t Zl 'uUV" 
'■'""■■.' i. u i.\n^^:^?;.T ,ub ' 1 «»«*wJ'".«; 



DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANdSCO FOR THE SECUIUTT OF POLICY HOLDEBS, 

#50,000 ! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YOBkJ 

ASSETS $1,800,000! 

XjetTteis of Ciedit for Js!i24O,00O 

Washington Fire Ina-ara^e Co e om ^ t _ „- T " 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co! I'T^ t" lnnn T Co - 

Arctie Fire Insurance Co S*-^. In ™»»» Co. 

t> . ^- rhanis Fire Insorance Co. 

Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board, of References - 
PRED'K HILLINGS. E<q. T l „ "t * 

■ipvuv ■• i t.i i..,., ... : J. P. FLINT, I-: 



HENRY rjAlii.ro.N.m 

of IV. T. Cnleroan A C 
ANDREW II. FOllBEs E Fq ., 

of E'urli.L-i A- |i, i, ,■„.-[,. 
JOHN II. RKDIXCiToN. I-Nrj., 

of Rcdingion 4; Co. 
J. D. KITTLE. EsfiT, 

of DEHitt, Kittlo A Co. 



- ...t, Poiboilv AJJo. 
LODIS MoLANE, Esq 

of Wollfl. Fargo & Co. 

0. B. POLIIEMUS, Esi,;. 

of Alaon k Co. 

JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

Sun Francisco. 



BIGELOW BROS,. & FLINT, 



THE "GOLDEN HARP, 

TWO HPLENDID HEW AND IMPROVED STOVES, 

The BAY 6TATE l an'd"other Stoves, 

With a large aaiorlmonl of 
alu nod Fancy Tlh'.ffARB. Enameled nn 
Tinned lEMMf-W A !![■:, «■,.! ■( ;.-,.- ,... ,1 "" 
BAKE-OVENS, 'SAD-IMNS ' 

fte. io. ire, ' 

.jit,r B ^,-.AF.sTiN,. 




rm? MX JE3 

UNION FABll 

AND PLANTATION 

M I LL S . 

THE BEST BUI'S 

EVER OFEEKED TO THE PUBLIC. 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLB A.t3-£HSTTS FOB 

California, Oregon, and TVaslilngion TcrriM 






THE CALI FOBNIA FARMEB. 






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' ., E » TO THE OAUPOBU-MMEB. AS rj.AU TBIi ^^AMCmKSmRY 

lirlae But, 



Kfew-York Combined Machines, are 



A InBIHSiliuJinnWH^idnnntut'iUu to the si*aWib,.oop, and > fnqueot .aipWoo. ol ell oeld op- 
|jm „ ,„'r,LKI of Ihe Kivt-VotIi Machines In Ibe h.ndi of California Pirmtn. 
Hbnatn C i^on» a call and jtuU.lor jnurselvei- EXTRAS of all kinds alwajs do hand, wllb— 

.A. full Assortment of _A.gr icultnral Implements, 
^ K1 .i,« 1 i,.Lo«. t oUr^ ! ^_^ ^ ARTHUR &. SON^ 

^^^K AGRICULTURAL V 



" 



■ FOli SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 

ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 



» A Tract of Land, 



Washing Machine 
ECONOMY I 



Ho. 128 Sanaome 6treet, near Fine, 

1ROOKLYH HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRANCISCO. 

General Agent* for Ibo Pacific Coast, 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOCSE-FIJt'NISBING GOODS, A.O. 



SOLE AGENTS jFO-EFt 

4HALLEE,'S m 
I*«.tex*t ^.trtlsla.1: 3 

The only ebsolnlely reliable Jar In ma. 
Bdooklis UoTlLUlflCiC. Ho. l23Sanenruo>tre( 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

JCVew Cit.v of 

COLLINSVILLE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 
AHTIOCH and NEW lOEK, 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers ! 

jointly laid out, surveyed, nod pal 
upon record, 

TITLE PERFECT, 

being 

from tho 
UNITED STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 
soo 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY! 
DISTRIBUTED FREE! 

Jo such os shall first moke application, nod i 

C ' '/l.CAl: |ii:i:0 fi.i:i ..I ,,!,<■.■ (iiri.TinJilfcin 

■ to Ibe option of tho pnrty 
IMPROVE OR SOT ; 

id their indiience in directing person 

jg a Home In California, to tho 

HBW CITY AND COUNTY. 
By bo doing, tiny ivill l.c ibe mam of getting 

Money Loaned 



HIGHEST l-'LU'JO [.AST WINTER. 

fom Sun' Francisco to Sucrameolo Increase 
a why Oollintrille should not boc'omo a 

Great and Commercial City, 
ngn miUKiiy >ii>i>pini.-i.liif. for thostenmei 
daily from San Francisco to Sacramento, 
'-.e.dy.a ' 



fitemii SfjruiibErji. 



D.iiiM Webster had so euecdalo of Father 
»rl, tbe minister of bis bojbosd which is loo 
good to be lost. It was customary then to wear 
:kskfa breechea In cold weather. One Soudny 
rnlng in aatotnn, Father Sonrl brought hla 
down from the garret; bill lb 



> during 



By dint of effori 



inning J 






bile rending 


the Script 


re* to t 


o eong 


egnllon, 


e felt a degg 








sbart- 


Dialed fello 


«, and jumped a 


ouod tb 


polplt 




Igbi. Bq 


the mo 


e he shipped nod 


nnccd tbe m 


re they sto 


og. Tl 


e pcoplo 


thought 












o; hot he 


eiplsined 




ter hy 


saying: 


Brothero, d 




rmed t 


c Won 


of tbe 




j- mouth, 


ut tho 


Devil i 


fa my 



Web 



I" LI i! 



DonDTLESi i Sronv.— Wo observed yesterday ■ 
little tbin old man, with a ragged bug in bis hand, 
picking tip a largo number of pieces of whale- 
bane, which lay [n tbe street. Tbe deposit waa of 









amc 


there. "Do 


't 1 


now,' 


be repli 


d, i 


a 


queaklng voice, "h 


at 1 


speet 


some uo: 


rtun 


ite 


emale 


waa wrecked 


here 


about 


mlogto n 


j bo 




n the 


order of their 




ill mi 
indil 


tae"h"s S 


""■ 


IDg 


re th 




ri 


b me 


n poor." 


But 


be 


ir-ig 


I received th 
y that make 


o p 


or mt 


>-av,mylo 
n rich ; fo 


tbe 


e li 




e of tbcie'wl 


am we wo 




h fo 


all 


ronrv 


ealth." 












As 


afflicted bus 


and 


waa 




mm 


tbe 


uuera 


nf his wife, 


whe 


tafr 


end asked 


lim 


ow 


he no 
feel b 


. "Well,"* 
tier rnr that 


id h 

Ills 


e, pal 
walk 


etically, ' 


1 tb 


kl 


-Ere 


y gnod doctr 


oel 


n»ea 


ehind it a 


eth 


rial 


furrow ready for tb 


pi. 


MlDg 


of seeds w 


lehi 


hull 


bring 


an aboudsot 


arv 


St. 








The 


moit intolera 


ota 


dfer 


ciooa of h 


uman 


ba- 


lOgii 


your philant 


brop 


■t by 


trade. 






lit 


ere any perc 


ptlb 


a imp 


rovement 


nae 


ler- 


pillar 


when he lur 


90 


eran 


bw leaf? 







John O'Brl.i,. I. M. Doni-henr. 

JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
SMFXaOTMEHiirT, 

And Qsaeral Agency Office, 

FARMEKS, EIDTKLItEr.PEfii 



Help, -m 








I'ujl-llllici-, 



TV [.ri- b f -i i. !■■ in il.- ill, i.f . . 
totuoolil ,!■■; !(,-■ l:-liii...-lli.r i-. ur— tinltc.i'h, 
I^Eueein leu .<|..l ig.-nihlj i.i.-iallinonl* itllhval 
lotmu. Tl„. nrl,, ,.. ,1k, U,.:ll. |*[f«t. 

ntfonhtr piitii.iUr.'. «|-[,lr i.i 
^^^■Rnphtc b!ipacaaba>«aBad Il^I.i thr' r^ru' .J 



COOK'S SnSAR EVAPORATOR. 

Fjrit Premium] at Thirty national and 8tata Fain. 

THE OHLY EELIiBLE EVAPORATOR ! 



3.000 ", 



■The Best Location For 

' Residences, 

eUVWo urn our my PKfjpEitTY. wiircn n 
^BlTY Of'VaN JOSE, 
I Into Lots and streets. 

^Hpw I-u .re airenriy- aold, 

. Tewm-jt in, k sn m-.r, i.i U m m„ ;t .Sad Fr 1M i«.r 

Unas- |[ nll . f . h,-.. j ,.-1 l. trn li.lill. ir,l Fi.nill.-. 

■ ™l-r n -'.l'i,'"'''i.i' ■^■■.''■l''r'- |, ,"ri'"'''il. , ',,h-.' iw-'i 
■■■.■• I ...1 !.,[:■■ niK.lfr'. I- Ml ■.'!■: UK-TKil. 
\ t Ull, .(,„■„ ,,,.„ I |„i,„.1,m-,ii 

Atitrat Tea Lots moro — Cheap, 



Locust Trees. 



«.-»- 'IIIm,,.,-.,^ bii^i.icu.hauld b* directed to mi 
ii Mi-iiw Sao. Jm*. 
■IB ll| J. M UORSER. 



r of it 



They 



arohous 



Magniiicent Wharf, 



$10,000. 



The Farming Cnuriiry in Solano County caD 
not he Surpassed, 

Fine Bail,apringa , 



other parTorTa™ 
A CITY 


r and w 
oral*. 

hyeoma 


gnifi- 


1 OLiimitUS DESTI.NY 

to be eatabli,l,..i lu-tivtc 
dNcw York, mukiiif rli.- tl i 
V laod, to Son Francisco, b 


inga 



Splendid Hops for Sale! 



if Euuio. Appljr i 



Over One Hundred Miles to those who Drive 
Stock to that Market 

Some peraODB, not realising tbe immense riao on 
properly in now cities, may soy : "iluu- inn wo nf- 
'— ' "ogive aw.iv fu iiiuny I'H-, dm knowinehow 
will t-e actual gotllors?" 




:..i.j 



g away five buudrc. 
ndrcd to Bcltic, the 

of a haodnome property. 



The Very Lois You now Receive may in 

less than Tttiec Years be Worth 

Thousands of Uullars 1 



ital 


" P meo 


to th 
u dnt 


ogtbo 


..mi H..-.K-1 


imp 






TO 


AGENTS. 




W.: 


eraoaw 


ho wi 


acta. 


Ageot,an 


get 


fivetr 
Fo 


I'l.ui . 


1 the 


,,,,. 


.IwlltVI'lle 


' ' 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING- MACHINE. 



THIS NEW INVENTION, TUF. ONLY ONE OF 
the kiado"r j c . girc-gnte'l M the fublla, woa pa- 
inted Sept , 1660. aod ia now for the first time offered 
i loo Pacific Cowl. 

Tbit MORTIS I N'O MACHINE is not a largo con- 
front plat* to plsce In the hand easily, jot eapablo o- 
:\a x a FEBFECTLY SQUARE MORTISE, In a Sef 
d utile, afaDyiiio, from IVj inches to auy dltnoL- 



Tlii- M:„- 



■orkswllha Lever Pco 



which 



■ ri! npld 



err SIMPLE 

Of bc»l uiachino. 5-t conclto.l c( h. 
The wcrli nc ..rihi. M, chine has.ee 
il.-. M.mv .I il.o Smio nnii Territorial lijhu in ihe 

The HIitllT .t iIim MACHINE I. nrm nffared to" 
ouallcs-and wr-..,i ■ Urcr,-,l..l I, .„,h „, 1 ,., , ..,, l;, n t 
the Holders of this 



■itL.'ii, n-! I,. 



i.-M..- 
will p»J 



.-Utii'i.-firltKii 
:<■! Liih.jr, in I 



Ruht- 



PERS0N8 WISHriJO TO BOY RIGHTS 



Tlii., Jl.-l 

LVN llnl'ri.. 



«..riin,; ,( U olit», ..ill bo 
. WARMAK i LITTLE. 



CollinsviUe Land Company. 

OFPIOBi 

318 California Street. S. F., Cal. 
Box Ho. 1015 Post Office San Pranouoo. 



Twenty-five Cents ! 
AMBROTYPES 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. 643 CLAY STREET...SAS FRANCISCO. 
FOR. 3B OEINITS, 

ALLSTYLttS OF FANCY UASES (1R LAItnB SIZES 
promriloaaiely low, aod Kairaaied tho b»i, 

l*boiograpliH for $$ per Dozen, 

^Lirie-.iiod Piietarrapbi the imi horotoioro tiheo 

THIS IS NO HUMBUG. 
Wo guaranloo and > .licit the hljboit urdor or work at 

Beivarc of IniposterK 1 1 

■3" Thoi.iil.ll.-. ii in niilil'i-:.! Hi ni 111'- i- I tie "nlv Onllerr 
l.i loTrn ..( Ihr r.."'- N'-'i", ii..fl,l B l!,,....,„nlh 

ihor.avoinenii.iili hi. '.Hini: " J'.'HKaOK cmln It. 



True HuBbard Sg.aash, 



W\ 



56 



THE CALIFORNIA PAEMBE^ 



Or Harluts. 



i Produce Report 



prevails. Tbo otTerlnc* eieeod tbe demand. Eip 
em f.. mil of Milubll«»iela to load Drain, ..re f 
Twrorllr out of Ibo mukoL Tbrro tMBlitml 
limited demand by oaf Ohlon rnorchanU fur Win 



: ;f - T.,11 



. Tbo I 



i, look flSHhf-iii Floor. Tboiehr 
OinlieUi for Pnnta Arena.. looklJOO br-.k. Floor. 
Tan Dob Qnlxolle for Hong Kong- look on ariorted 
cargo, conilniugin perl of 5SS2 ikl nhnt, lSS.ki 
OaU, 1000 bbli Flour, 100 easel Broad, 7" lialci Hot, 
and EM Outi Quleknlrtr. Tbo «hip Oiboro Hanoi li 
near.; loaded bUd Vhw( Bad Flour, Tor Li.ornool; 
tbo balk of her cargo wai located In Ibo oountrr pro. 
Tiom i° b-.- boing charioted. 

Tbcrc li a dtipoiilion on tho pari of Farmer! and 
bolder! (4 ■"!!. aiid tto bear nmoj regit!! eipruied 

a; tbe price, thcyrulcdetashnti lime elneo. Hue if 

jew Barter ™ rcrj dull, and a I Kilo lalor It rallied 
and ullilactorj pricci wcro rcaiiied. 

liar nod Potaloei an drug) on Ibo mark* and Ion 
price, rail 

rq around Ibo Barfrrlhe 



qr-eki,0»ls 310 lit, Middling! IS ik«. Bran COS rki 
Polaloes !u37 >ts, Wool S9 bale*. 

Alio, Coait-ile: Wheat 3735 ,i h Bailor 1171 ■ ■• 
r.iul«! u!lJ lb, Beans 1411 ik*. OaU 1511 ilu 






BT CONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH. 

DATES TO &PRIL Bib. 

Tni molt imporiaot events of tbo jvm "ck o'c 

ibr liin*pbi of tba Unionists is ibo tleeiloni 

tbo removal of all tbo Fedeia! office, bolder* In 
San Frvinciieo ; and Ibe full in ibo ptlea uf gold, 
A special VTrttfaineiDi) difpnleb im(>. tbo entire 
delegotiofl of Federal officers In Sao Froncleco 
bnsbeen remoted. Er-ConirtsIllBBB Low has brco 
appointed Collector of the. Pott. A pp niton Un 
.il.nlitn appointed. Tbo roojomli wrrc based 



Blond, and a 


e jet in full force in Virginia. 


A report 


cached KredriL-kiborp;, d<rivod fro 


rebel source 


lb at CtiurlcalOD nas bombarded 1 


odi fleet, a 


d mucked by our land force* o 


Tbursdaj, 3. 




Federal, iin 


er Geo. Honler and Admiral Dupon 


TW» repotl i 


Credited bv prominent officers c '. il 


Goreioment 


Cbarletlon paper! nckoowledgr ih 


tbs attack on 


tbat cite had co-nmeoevd. but don 






Ibej «ould b 


"• ■ ' - ■ 


C.oflhpJd, 


li ".."."'bCf.'r" 



\J OBITUARY, 

Bten, In thli oilj, April ..iN, ,\>,i Sturm*'., onlj 
deogblcr of Dr. L. J„ oul Josephine Ciankn)'. 

While Sailer Anthooii wen? bctos chaolod, ono of 
Ibo lorolloet Of children pa.wd froto (bit trori.l or 13'- 
r„» [oto ototiiiT. ead ei tbe aogele inuit bare IliteaeO 
to tbo elraloa of Joioul%nj.le, they wolejioed a putu 



Mills Joeb-. froi 

olleoeu of cbemc 

I made ber, ojl > 



,hhecn*ilM,i>wli>n 133 



las Frtmeiteo Cattle Markei— April Id 

Bear— Amerieaii, flnt irnnlilj 7io to So; 3d qualitj, 
+r,@?o; Bpinisb. *e to 7c ^B>. 

ffoos— SumI Btto iiodjc; fat Hogaoa foot 7@ 

Mti. j.r, ,„,_], | , nj iiij S«o@f.|0; 2d qualilj 







»"— ' 


Wuhingiorj UarkeL 


-'- 


"&' 






















'<■' 


r^f 


"":'.,V 




CnbAppla.. . 


V r i" 


























;:',' 


,;' Pi 


' " ■■ 


a . 


Plor Apple... . 








TuAcjj.. ..pfc. 



Sqalml., ..ypolr. 



Bor>. CI... »/d : ... iii ,'„ h,r.,r.i.. '.'. 

t-.ndkuejj> i ..[slspliSujfar.. .. 

Aipomia. *-ra..| is 

Ar.i-1,:.-,- '| ni ,l„ ( -,!,. . ;■., 




pltwoioo. Wuioviteonrfan 
wiu-n tu . 7 i-i-u „ UI ciij win, their Aimilli 
call and Irj lbs Wrlcnu.1, Vfe knew tboy rrll 





■mv* boalthj oppettu. 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE S'ALT COMPANY, 

SODE l.Ml'URIEHS OF THE 

t=*an <^iieiiti»i Salt, 

Have tbo L.r.-e=t Siooi nod Doit A-a„rtmont 
od the Paoioc Cum, 
CensX-llnr, In part, i-f ibo folln trine klodit 

3UU do do 1,0. AngelHI do sff, „ a ;'„ v 



i SAS i. 



iUi.'K; 



CWJt'ii!!- 



II lb. 



vnr.a island 

A SALT. 

n trill tell at tbe Loneit Market Priei 

OFFICE—316 ftnd3ao Front street, 



CUBW Pon Htldloq. Co" "ud 
made an eipedilion to a.poin 



PACIFIC RAILROAD. 




K. B-Tko of tbe nbo, 



FARM STOCK. &c 



TRAVELINa. 



PEOPLE'S 

STEAMSHIP LINE 

....roNNECTUJO.... 

California anfl New Yorfc 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter tiiau any oilier R lh]I) 

i!IOSI« TAYLOn 

1,500 Toes, 

HWBB- -Co OBli 

Will bo dllpntcbc.l Tor 

SAN JUAN DEL SUR. 



From Million Street Wharf, punotoallr at 9 
In 'II 

Wednesday, 



April 22,188$ 

Conneollng nl GREYTOWN nllh the ipiuAj 

ILLINOIS.^ 

Redoced Dalai cd" Pbuiko and onisk Irlrj n 
feurod by Ibo ro-u,,enln B of ,bo NrcAHlntJ . 



For further infort 



f. k. ii'HiFiirs Ao, Bt 

SO JOT Wu,!,!,,^ ltt „r \ 
fl[>l"iio !'(..[ OIB00, 



Pacific Mail Steamship Companj 



NOTIOI 

fstil PtniTiiEn a 



i;«ii. JoFE.icii aiovrn, 

HlbodbialcliodunibBFOLtOWfNti UfiNDAV. """* 



H-i-lJ!ll7.\Ul. : 

11 ! r—.tiMir: 1. 1 



American and Half-hreed Merino 

" EWES. 



(300 v m"n"'' ;i " ,,: """ : V" :i; " '■" AK3 nF " HEEI) 



FOR PAKTAMA. 



s o o 

Fine AiuKruiian Ille, 

I'lllO >lil'r|i. 



Italian and Common Bees, 





lOiJghi Golddn 

Goverqroeut Slock. J.Fsi,! 

»■ Ullpalobei from Gou. Foster, Hale Ibai C 
as at Little WublnBlDD. V. (« „ D ,1 bod 



1 Iburotuotal of all faai 



iSSr ™" ™^ ^^-« tss r «ffi? .od f 

S,,LI >«m. W.L.WirnAH. 

DAVIS & WITHAM, 
Commission Merchants, 

Flour, Grain, and Produce eeneraUv 

Oermr Da,b and Ola, .u.ab,, 
^'i'h ll , ''' r ' i -,"'" r ;"''■"' i-n paid lopurchailog aad for 

Nortb Point Dock Warehouse. 

; u :. T : 1 l , , : i ; i : r ;-;'|_i« ui ;hi,. fl i, k n0 , BWor8bonJoon 

l1 ™" '»"-■' S.SSp'i;,';""' "'»•"■ ••"". 



Notice to Husar-,,, 




I ,. ni-i,i,..,.i niorluo g,,eop. 

Po,H,o,.i,hlb,Fm|.bl..^i MorlooShcoi,cu 



California Steam Navigation Companj, [ 

CAKRVIJTG U>-!T&iT STATES HAIL I 



t Mm .,,[■,,, ( - 






COLLINSVILLE. 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

AT TnE HIGHEST MARKET RATES 

It- PETJERSTEIN & CO., 

S13 i-ROlNTT STREET. 

*W/f FBABCISaO. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

Oi-nerai Commi^loa Mcrclmnts. 






si M ..| 



ft n V™" n L ,r " L " Dl1 l '" ln ''"'- V nil1 B'W ""■; 




leti I 

li.,„,l 



Pok'B" A B ei,I.. 



SUGAR-BEET SEED 

Ueet fur ;,„,„ Bt |n[l ^ Dlc(1 ™ , " n ■' ^mpro.ed Su C or- „,, c *_ ui Jiit^ot .111 



VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 17. 1663. 



NUMBER 8. 



Mitaia farmer. 



□ OLOHEE, WiREEW, 






Ld u PUBLISHER 



Good Thoughts never 1 
FiRKEBi I repent "good tl 
•(ore I send you no extract 



eating upon tbe subjoc 



U Preston's Point, Maria County. 
Tr ?pofcc of this piece us tho d« postoffice ii 
Marin, in a Into number of our piper. Then wt 



and eny that the locality a 



Ire roaming tbo dairy el 



d finest dairies in the United States, 
n't let the Gosheuites of Sew York feel and.) 
'krlch and prosperous country and should be 



iy friends gathered ther 



ind Dnesl fish of the day, accordingly nn 



.slhoi 






: of the nab, we finally withdrew our 
fcebanged ourbasc of operation, obeyed the 
11 of commander-in-chief, Col. Preston, 

i dlib or fi,h which somebody else had 
9o ops, after a goad ride, n piscatory 
n.etc, we don't beliere that, with the 
we had and tbe pleasant puny that sur- 
Ided us, any dinner at the Occidental could 
I tilted better, sod so said nil. A good op- 
s', kind friends, cheerful faces nod plenum! 



■ . for 






nibble! 



1 1 We did 

but two orttie biggest. What a 1 
or to break away from tbe be 
inllnuous thought, In almost re 

BLr" ,rom c "'-^ ib °^" -I *• (pi 

mp distil I So cry for "copy oo the book" eo 




o Point at any time within 
st lint now, the hills are 
flowers gay, end the air balmy 1 Go 
.ye careworo den I ten* of a dusty city," 
_mgtoq , 8 Palm for recuperation, and we wl 
■■li. that between the natural heautle. 
■BJ"*, ond tbe attentions orCoL Preston to 
ffiWlll, ,,,,„,„„[ „„. Take the steamer 

r 1 ^""-.' « stage or private conveyance 

H»M Proton'. Point. 



■^mrU.rge quantities of A Nn. 1 grain, in 

■■■■■M-- "I 1I..T .1.,..'.. ,i,.l ntliv, nnj 

:»'"', wen-ill l: iv,, thru !u d. ii.m.tiia- 

$>:Z\"' [ "T«*"^» ibeu in ib.pre.eol 

'pMlUortotlheni^kn. 



iwth shou 



Gore 



>t by this 



nuld e; 



e tbe re sponsion! 
id 51,01 






be depreciated to nominallty. Thi 
rgin of over 5300,000,000 left within that es 
o, and tbo issue of tbe Government cootio 
ho rendy currency of the country— eiccplinj 

practically (sod uocredituuly), Californinond Or 

■goo — and nef oanilf, ns iro lake Tr 



£ 



■ pnble of npprocinlin 
rt as well as nature, nod the Geld for poeW lie 
s widely btnullful before us, as the field o9 sci 



ind of plenty" n land plcti 



csqnett 


■ the 


old Ilbin 


Tliu 


Mr 


Editor, 


>enuti 


ullb 


ugbts fr 


beral 






ourwf 


llbj 


men, wb 


gestioo 


may 


,'b.lrgr 



v: 






-Wo learn from tbo Londo 
ebonies' Magazine, of February 0, that tbe fa 
ins Pneumatic Post is now in operation trans 
tting tbe mails between oee of tho railroad sin 
inland s branch postollico in London. Tba 
per says : Tbe mallbngs, upwards nl 12o n doj 

d postoffice, Svcrsbolt street ; tbe usual linn 
cupiedbythe mail carts being about 10 rain 
es. The Pneumatic Dispatch Company are nls 






The 



principle . 



.In,-,.d 



tig is propelled by tbe pressure of air Dt one cod 
f on immense pipe (whence the bag is transmlt- 
ed), and aided by a vacuum prodnced at tbo 
ther end (where the bag is to be delivered. Tbo 
nprovomenls and inventions of each day, lessen- 
Ig demand for labor, while they temporarily In- 
on, .. r,i. ■[,,-, . will ultimately be a blessing to man- 
led. Tho success of n general system of Pneo- 
intlc Posu In this city, for instance, would be to 
arriers whit the Heuiloy ond Spring Volley wn- 
Br pipes were to the water corls a few years ego. 
By the way, il would bo n master stroke of econo- 
my for the Government lo institute a Pneumatic 
Post from the Costom Bouse, and do away with 



Till 1 ILI.I or TUB 

i tbo financial con. I 
4th day of Hatch, 1 



Total landed ,5143 ul 

. Holes, T-30 per c.$U0,O00,O00 



Miscellaneous Tee: 



carred by preiont Admlnll'n_5'J'.»l,iMiu,ui 
Hint a frlgbtful appearance, bat we ha' 



la In-.iiid-Iu Brooding Admlaslbl 
Its advocates point, with tr 
pie of Robert Bnkenell with 



ler tbe dealb of Bnkewoll, Ihn Dishloy Longhon: 
pidly degenerated, and have now become ej 
ict; and, since tbe death of Col. Jnqucs, th 
eampols nra going the same way. No man ha 
yet, been found skillful enough to keep thet 
i to the high standard they nlloincd under I 



n of thcii 



Colling tried it with the 



nrllmr 

in bred, would seem 

highly ndvautngcou 
cd shoulder, and be 
le himself wai 



■ n. Choi 



Finally, tbe breeder should not attempt il tit 
less ho is possessed or great skUinnd judgmenl.- 
[Americon Slock Journal. < f 

THE ATTACK OH CHARLESTON. 

Tbo Hew "Monitors" Practically tested. 



kpmphi 

n hod bt 

i iron ships thi 



ishod the r 
.dc by the Fede 



en 


« : The squadron arrived olT Charleston on tho 




rning of Ibe Sth, and spent a day exnminlnj 








si that evening. Tbe Admiral's plan was l< 




directly up and attack tho northwest face o 




t Sumter nt from 000 to 800 yards. At i 




ock on Monday morning the signal was given 




advance, but In consequence of a fog tbej 




e obliged to posponc the Intended attack uati 




not day. During the afternoon, one of Geo 




res' brigades worked Its way up Folly Island 




established a communication with Ibe Heat 



*T test of 

■sits forts. 
lime, and 



Dg bred from Fs 

ut Favorite is represented 



tho 



For ibis re 

} give his stock more fin 

Ibis cITeei. His great su 
would admit of it, while 
with l< 



ie of ui 
anld hi 



.cd. The Iter. Ilea 



brow in o 


trong cross lo remedy the evil. Mr. 


homns Ba 


es bred bis Duchess tribe strictly 


mono; them 


selves for twenty years, nod obtained 




I desired, t«: gront uniformity. But 


any of bis 




od he was 


obliged much against bis will, to re- 


ort to a new strain of blood, which he obtained 


Bclvidere 


whom be purchased of Mr. Stephen- 


an. Asar 


esnll of this cross, his noimals recoiv- 






ar firmness 


snd style was retained. 


The cdito 


of tbo Albany Cultivator, writing on 


his same s 


tject, quotes ibe following remarks 


om Mr. Be 


ry: Close breeding impairs Ibo Con- 






d -nnd- In b 


ceding I believe that tho procrcaiive 


ower fails 


rsl or chiefly on tho part of tbo male 


Thoedilo 


has tbe following remarks in regard 


i ibe stock 


of Mr. Robinson: Mr, Robinson pur- 


based a sis 


k uf pure Shorthorns for his estate 


a Scotland, 


and pursued strictly the course of lu- 


nd-ln bract 


ng ; the consequence was his cattle 


odh beenm 


feeble and delicate, very bad brced- 




r>y died of consumption. By rcaort- 


eg to Mr. C 


olltng's stock nnd tho use of one ol 



id assumed their former beauty and vigor. 

Mr. Stephens in tho Farmer's Guide, baa somi 

mnrks on Ibis subject so much to the point, thnt 

copy them entire : 

The immediate effects of breeding in-and-in, oi 

[.ploying animals nearly allied by blnud, to pro- 

eoto their kind, ore remarkable. Tho bone bo- 



apery— s 


open of tenure as lo b 




inge af temperature; and 


i bred in- 


and-ioero verysuoocptibl 






omptloa. 


The carcass is much ro 


, and tho 


disposition to Tattoo in 


h a degr 


ee that tbe nnimn! may b 


hort".m 


addition to be slaughtered 


bia set a 


d watery r and both bid 


e a large 


roporiion of weight. Th 



ungo of farm, the 



ard curro between the bead to il 
'older. Tbe eyes Ve oftco nffccti 
ess. Lamenessfrcqife/tlycnBnea 
nbs. The constitution Is evident 

* bred, and they were either smr 
icient in constitution, nnd these la 
rely. In one Instance, although tl 
ed both of ihcso defects, ho bad 



f I 


oshi 


s were p 


rtially d 




be 










i fo 


r sam 


a of them withsto 


d 


i tinned, 


nd shot 


ed their 


n 


"J 1 


elegr 


ssfutly. 
phed: 


Followio 


B 


full 

.l,r 


wing 
N. 

ngb 


Jisjj.iti.-li 
U., l.tli 
he lt.:.-i 


\.-r.| t',> 
I' Chart. 


sd 



■ heavy firing v 
Jmc iron-clnds t 
li. Tho stenmet 

■ < from Admiral 



a in tho following o 



, Mm 



, Iro. 



>'iv -I n[ 

.Veehnwken 

lides— the flag ship— with Admiral Dupa__ _„ 
stnlT on board. Neil fallowed the CutAill. N.m 
gamok, Hennnurak, N'nliant, and the Keokuk. It 
this order ttiej uron-.-iKi| ii|i tliT nminchannel on 
111 when nrri.in^ within .ihuul l.Tiir.i y,xrj 5 ol lb. 



;, ili..Lt...j-. 



; otjilruciiuri-i i 
o Fort Munllrie 
our ships. In 



I tho Iruusldcs 
d tbo remainder 
inrse, and soon 
bI foru. From 



In the courai 
range of the 



'n Iho 7th, nt 1:15 p. «., tho fleet got under 
sed Morris' Island hntterles, without being 
in, pushing right towards Fort Sumter, 
sides worked badly, nnd in consequence 



lings' Point. The battery of Sumter, ond bat- 
tery after buttery inim-dhi', lr f.iliowcd, nnd tbe 
' i became genera* and torriUc. Thu Monitors 
pushed nn replying vigorously. Tbej 
d Ibe northeast face of Fort Somler, 
they discovered that there were three lines 
structious, holding torpedoes, one of which 

islble to pass the obstructions, tbey turned 
earners down the borbor. The Palapscn's 
ounder became disabled. Tbe Passaic's tur- 



inrse lo tbe northwest face or Fart Sumter, but 
ere alsu slopped hy obsTructiom, nnd turned 
ick, i.fi..T being itmli-r lire for three-quarters of 
i hour. All tbo Monitors were ordered back. 



rely dlsa- 
clnded to 
mined by 



luilj, the K.tliunt received 
g ln,d lectures. TbePns- 

s turret i3sojarred thnt It 



'"«3 Dying. 

Rebel reports soy, "tho enemy fired Ho shots at 
umler, nil or which bul four -truck." 

i Port Royal, the Uth, arrived. 



\., Mm,,; . 


,-.T.'.- H ii,ric. 1, : lr' , -ircd ail tbo' 


7th. t:, i, 














Porl Royal Ferry. AsiisLiuce wu. 






brought d 


wn n light battery commenced firing 










The iron-c 


mortally wounded, am] eight hM-IhIt. 
nd Paiapsco, that went to Pott Royal 


..... r. |..ur 


d, nnd bad returned ag.un for service. 



njured. Tbe fleet lay inside Obnrleslon bar , 
alurday evening, nod a part orihlj land fore 
ad soiled for Port Roynl. Tin- confiilenci. in o 



sse 


a wlihdr 


swot a 




deemet 










rrti 


of Fort 






Shown 


struct 








pt. 


Itiiiud, 1 


or com 



in the main ship cl 



e killed and tbi 
mo of tbe uatlcrlei 
il they reached th, 



nre remarknbly I 

upon ■ 
ily of 



At Hil 


on Head nn the 9 tit, th 


e Monitor Naban 




Sho hod lr.- boles 1 






hat ..in, ghats had bee 


a fired at her b 




batteries nl Oharlcslo 






uoly Injured. The r 






nrrel, which prevent 


d tho guns fru 



on of the t 
tl the tnrre 
'9 for the III 






The ironside, v;:;;;,:^ ;:; 

ir-" damage further limn llid 
of aTeW holts. Tho rest of the fleet „„ 
d and hauled ot7, the ohlect of ih ■ Lr. 
■■■■■-- "ipti.bed, which was to aseer- 



callty o 



notions 



s or the Jlooitoi 
and will he r 
ked precisely ns 



Jr, no ressjj can bo so rend 



Divru ov lt.iTTi.Bn.— On Friday night lost, thi 
;lebroied trotting stallion Ratiler, owned by F 
'erner, or Solnnu county, ond B, M. Skoggfl, o 
ttcmmeulo, died at the ranch of Jerome 0. Da- 
is, In Yolo coonty. Up to Friday morning hi 



.Ska 






e repaired K 



:d by P. Mnngii 
, pronounced the case incurable. At oloven 
dgbtbedled. Raider was eleven years old 
at Iho time or bis doalh. He was imported from 
"to Df »«" York by Werner in 18GT. Tbre. 
'go J. C. Davis purchased n onc-bnlf inter. 

Iy Skaggo purebas 






rrmirifi 



■ Sov- 

b with 



John, at tho Pioneer ■....■,.,„. 

bcots, made tbe first two miles in firo mlnntei 
ids; nnd the second two in firo 
von seconds. Tho death of this 
t» regretted throughout tbo Stain 






'on Tim Statu.— Ten thousand stand of 
d fire field batteries hnvo been sent to 
a, nnd more will follow. Tho Iron-olnd 
,o Is also aboard n clipper ship and on 
Mnaddlllon tothls, tbo Secretary or thn 

r assigned to duly on tho C all foro la coast 



58 



life It 



happy li 



I, bj givlne; trim the following 
blitorv, which wo hope will awaken attention lo 
It, for wo Ihink there migbl bo quite a trade in 
Ibe article, If rightly managed, as ire have the 
"cactus" that Kill grow so finclj hero: 

"An insect, perhaps Hill moreolefnl ib.ii> either 
or (fat former, la the Coebineal, which has been 
variously described bj the nalbor; some have 
supposed it a vegetable eicrosccnce from Ihe tree 
on which it is found ; some hive described It «s a 

tbov appear In our shops when brought from 



one aide, and a little c 

Inkles. Ther era of 
ihout of a blackish r 



D the other; bat 



bjancking the juice of the plaul. Iia body c 



luncbun 



Somi 



sons, the < 
other wild 
ibey nppe* 



to be the same, oolj tritb Ifaia dil 
ence, thai the wild feeds upon uncultivated lr 
without nay assistance, whereas the dotnesli 
carefully, at a slated season, removed to culti' 
ed trees, where it feeds upon a purer juice. Those 
who lata care of these iusecla, place ibem 01 

industrious in defendine; ihem rrom other im 
for if aoy other kind come among them, Ibcj 



I nod juicy, and supply tbeiu tritb sofflcicr 
n the milder weather returns, and these an 1 



make then 
placing twcli 



hay, or 1 



of ci 



of tt 



irickly-pear plant, and in tore 
or four days 1 lime they bring forth their young 
nbicb leave their nests In a few days, and ere* 
upon the branches of the plant, till they End 
proper place to rest in, and lake In their nourist 
mem j and nntil the females are fecundated by tt 
is iu Ibefnrmer tribe, differ Tcry widi 



ly frou 



When they are impregnated, they pro 
offering, so that the propagator baa 



I sprinkled over wllhu while pn 
Ibo blackest. What no call t 



■?. 



HE C A.L 



I F O -B JST I A FA It M EB- 



Beet-Root Sugar. 
TffDtrt-fW» years ago eiTorls were made to Inlro- 

;nr Into Ibo United Slates. In Philadelphia a io- 
:iety was organized for the purpose or ranking ei- 
lerinjcnls in the manufacture of sugar from beet- 
oot. The society employed Mr. James Tedder a? 
in agent in visit France for the purpose of acquir- 
ing information on tbn subject. Sir. P. spent sev- 
eral monlha in the sugar- prod net no; district* or 
nntry, where ha entered a factory and look 

nrot. l a r , bis return to the United States, 

rts of the country :u prodaco sugar from 
l, hul no very lalislnclory resullD Were nr- 

gencral conclusion seemed to prevail that 
owing to Bono defect in oar climate tho beet did 
lot yield sufficient saccharine matter to render 
he production of augar from It practicable and 
irofilable. 

Poring tba past season, Mr. Belcher, a troll 
luowo sugar rentier Iu the Weal, and wbo baa 

he sorghum plant, determined to subject the beet- 
oat to a still further test. In the hope or success 
n the prodocliun or sugar. With this View, he 
irocured from Europe a. supply of seeds of fort- 
ius kinds of the sngar-bect, and, by the agency 
if the Illinois Central Railroad Company, die 
ited them among IhV farmers on the lino of 



bopuit willbecilensirol: 
reflection ; nnd while wo relieot severely npon the 
iminatlons or Mormnnism, legalized, hivo .wo 

lepers among os, even teachers loo, of the 
ilrioti of "Free Love," a tin equally, or, per- 
is, more detestable : 

Charlw C rurlei, H. D., AhIiUM Surjeon U, & Army. 
)n a recent visit lo Sail Lake 1 hud good oppor- *P 
iltlos for observing and Inquiring into tito 
feels of polygamy, as practically eicmplifird 
:aacoflbat people. Wbllo sojourning th 
igledmuub arauogst ibom, visiting them 



iad, and thro 



o hundred m 
rtnio tbeklndof soil nod 



An analysis of several samples of the root, 
d in the prairie soils or different localities, 
yield from S to I3J per cent of saccharins 



igled Mr of 
iliXj nod brutnl ferocity. This, in fact, is 
their true character; they being obsequious nnd 
Fielding to their superiors— to strangers sullen 

■old and unnmiitblo. In the faces of nearly nil, 
ine detects lbs evidence of conscious degrndu- 1 
ion, or the bold nnd defiant look of babitu 



Ibjn, 



■ "PI'".'!'".- 



thntso largely produced nnw In Europe. 

Both France nod Germany are now eltcnsivelj 
engaged in gtowlog the beet and in the manufac- 
ture of sugar. So importaot has the business le- 
mur times Ibe price novr asked for better loud in 
this country. 

The manufacture of sugar from the beet we- 
lolruduced Into Fraacu during the reign of Nnpo- 

Bgemcnt. During a long period Ibo percentage 
of sugar was very small, and as late aa 1830, tbi 



o the partial Tail 

.he beet-root gro 
lilled, nadlbepri 
brandy. It is est 






and I 



nanufaciurcd in Europe, i 

.onally. 

a of sorghum Bod impbc 

I few years ago, immens 

n made in the uiiinufactnt 



any be n 



Boed, Soil, nnd Cultnro or Sorghum. 
The Committee appointed by ibe Ohio Sorghum 
Convention, to report oo Ibe shore topics, made 
their report as follows : 

•Tour Committee on Seed, Soil, and Cnltivn- 



ecommend lha Impheo called Ooin-aee-'e-nn 
.-hich tbey think Identical witb that wblcjtt.1 now 
■ Is-calledOlobellan. A. a very early varieiyihey 
ropose tbe kind of Imphee called Nee-a-ia-na 
bough Ibis last variety is not generally desira. 

"&iI-Guod wheat land Is considered lbs but 
oil lor this cane. The particular composition of 



bly« 



ncy of c 



uold the soil i. 



"Oofhrur.in—xiie soil abould be worked deep, 
lhoro.>Eliljp i ,|, cr i IEUQn(1 „ 1M firm j, Un[ |n 
check-rows, the same distance apart as corn. Cul- 
tivata flat and thoroughly, till tho plants are three 
■ afterwards. p| SDt 



cable.' 









arlyosprn 






—The Independent 
aay. city gardens ne.er pre, [0 „ Q a more fl n[l „ 
Ing prospcel Tor abundant crops of fruit than a 
the present time (11th). The tree, were'nerer li 
morn healthy condilioo, nnd seldom, If „„, ha 

most r.rietle. of the early rruit hate already loi 

seasonable weather. This being the case the own 
«ri nr fine treei are bestowiog opoo them a don- 
hie amu unt f care Ival Ihe quality r fruit I 



iHLltd C 



hardly probable 
lied. It is Ibis r 
lore or these arli 
i to hope corrcspi 

While Ibe root 



rely by ma. 

= chle«y done In this country 

red muchinery, greatly reducing thn coal of 

acting tho attention or 



ho efforts i 
ded by Ihi 



rthes 



or lows 



ohexi 



cd distributed by Sir. I 



l»b a refinery upon bis mrm at Chal.wurlh, lib 
lols, tbe building and machinery for which, is t 
io ready for the work ol the coming season. Tb 



addli 


on to 




w led go no 








e Chinese a 


that 


vaut 






r'ranm 


111 tl 


c man 




ide u 


, and 


wo m 


y hope I hat 


ther 


ieas 


lesof 


•ulS''., 1 ,, 


elm 


lasse 


— V 


Iley Farmer 



A 6rst cargo of ,ilk arrired from Jipan ut Ly- 
! in February I8S3, xli reached Europe, nol by 
i Chinese seas and Jndia, but by Ibe Pacific and 
i Lfthmos of Tnuama. The silk crossed the Isib- 



Tuanr. are SS.'nio branches of holly and 50,600 
of mhlaloB sold jearlj m Cbrlslmaii In Ihe city or 



espand, hy virtue of its elasticity 
cbanlcal lorce may bo obtained— ut 
itUDuut lo the former. A pint of w 






¥ 



Mormon Ism vs. Pie a Iiovo. 

r. San Francisco Medical Press, publlsl 



iu IU 



Bemblies an 


d places of 


rberclore, I 


feel quail lie 


of their poo 


Itariostitot 


physiologic 


1 and Intel 



very ,-! 



le Ibo 



I, with I 

rceplions, shrinking from Ihe gale or the at 
ir, as if fully alive to the false and degraded 

,-erwbeltncd with shame ; others wear n for 
id huggard oppearanco, while n few put i 
lecrful air, affecting to be satisScd with Ibeli 



bodily peculiari 
n mingling with 
: Resides tbe all 



V Paper from Indian Cora Husks. 
Cohhissiubeb Newton, or the Agriculiurnl Depar 
i received frum Dr. A. R. A. Von Weep 
Printing es tab I is 



; as a Tew or ll 
be medical mm 
if Salt Lake G 



ta or all being sallow nod cej-.it 
the absonco cf good beslib. Tbe. 



lire appearance of tbe men. It is a sins 
enmstaoce that tho pbjslognomicel appear 
ibe children is almost identical. Tbe s 
[ peculiarity of tbe falcal expression, tbe 
minnns types of constitution, tbe llgbt jel 
i bair, tbo blue eye, nod tho dirty waxen ho 
; skin, indicate plainly tho diathesis to w 
ij boloag. t They are puny, nud of a acorl 
idency. The cilcrnal evidences are nume 
it those pulygumic children are duomed t. 
rly dcolb— tho lendeuey to phlhisia being e; 



Thee' 



iral d 



to tbe juvenile portion of what may be considered 


tUsicru Swim to compete wit 


"il,",',' ,' 


but a country town. Sn far na food, climate, and 


HAL AXLE-GREASE has 














ii, Ori-guu, 


stanced; their sanitary condiliuns are generfllly 


Hut whilst Ihe subscribers r 




jood; wherefore, we must look to tho evils en- 






gendered by their rellgloas and social syatem Tor 


have so Inrgfly pittronijed Iher 


, lli.'.r.il,., 


tho agents of this physical inferiority. In this 


wbteb^cuurtuuo'lo'ri.' 1 '] """ '" 




syslem, the physiologist and moralist will not fail 


land. The supply of rati- mat 






bnviog in consequence boon c 


lircly cut 


marked and melancholy. That this Is not a mere 


linn nf (W.oJ na a bnsia nf 




fancy, or tho result or prejudice, I may say, ibe 


'",'L'":.'!| 








visited Suit Lake City, and published Ibcir opin- 


tbey wire reluctantly cunjpelle 





lho subject. Indeed, wo find, in 

-sand habits of these people, full co 

lion of the physical facts abovo set rortb. They stttisfae'lorj "', 



o tho great delight and mental till 

The llormon, with Tew eiceptlor 
ndvnlgar. Dancing Is bis favor 



to that wretched system or degradatlnn kn tr 

Tuns or Dt-LKTS.-The army of tbe U. S. ua 
during the year 1602, io.000 tuns of bullot,. 
an Improvement in elnogated bullets made bv 
D. William,, recently adopled nod gradual], < 
ing brnught Into the aervlce, such a reduction 
the weight Is effected that It is calculated a sav 



tailor 



made 



I / TJOMEaTI0_REOTPES 
Conn n«SAD.-The Harvest Club, nl a recent 



rnhel 



ULl I. 



,o skillful hostess i 

■ cooking king corn Tbe behest was ooeyeo, 
id tho committee made the following report ; 
RKiipl/or a jinyle Cake.— Twn tnblespoonfuls lo- 

ooful saler.iltu, one and a hall teaenps bnltor- 
k the whole Iu he thickened wilb canaille or 
flour, till of a consistency of thick pasio, nnd 



TTear 




Ibat o enke m 


ado in this n 


ay Is 


fit lo s 


r pHu? 


a king. It m 


nd pcrtlhvr 




should 


!""* 


nslaiTor life, 
ountry, abnnd 


Corn grUws 
nntly nudVv 


very- 


diseap 


, and is 

ibful di 


hcaper tbnn p 
t. At n show 


of'lwohundr 


dand 




ecimens 


otbeNcwi'or 


Agriculturis 


olhco 




ar ago, 


Pcnu.yl.nni 


lady took 










lows: 








rts corn mea 


witb about 


a pint 


or (ib 


n) bread 


sponge, and w 


.tor enough t 


wet 




I In hal 




r nod a tablespoou- 


:... of 


salt. L 


tit rise, and k 


pod well Ihe s 


econd 


time. 


Buke on 


o nod a half h 


urs. 




Thi 


loaf wn 


a good form, 


ut light, an 


was 


nf foi 


quality 


frbco three or 


our dnrs old 


For 


cheap 


ess and 


quality, Ibis si 


od preemi.oen 




Osb 


quart of 


wheat floor w 


Igbs 1 pound 


avor- 




of soft 


ntter, 1 Ib 1 o 


i.; 1 quart of 


lump 




1 lb.; 1 


quart or whit 


powdered so 


gar, 1 




.; 1 qua 

s, avcrag 


e size, weigh 1 lb. 




It) egg 






ired rrom tbe 
ilmonsofya. 



or spec 



floor (Ihe only nutritive substance of tbo cor 
shucks), obtained from Ihe mo«. The paper ha 
the appenranca (and apparently tbo durability) t 
ig purposes is eicel 



ib thus 



>p in 



■nby t 



i to tbe 



■ W 






ipllcity. Thi 

struelion, and is enabled to effect any oftbeabovi 
aiticles in ibe cornfield itself, without the slight- 



A CARD. 

?crtbera first Invited public attention to the [iccu- 
linr properiiL-s of their Palenl Aile-grcnse. J 






:o tbo t 



L,f Culili.rniu, l^-liu-ving that l„r cc q U „ n iiiie 

of natural r, in .mglu I,., c-lk-cted ftom tbe oobl 
a P pine trees of ber boundless forosts. 

Oaring Invited aiinition lo tliis aubiect, ihe 
Imre »lr.n.l>- r,T.-,:lv l -ii ono panvl of tbe cr(ll f 



bus produced 

irit.nim-j.r,,!,. 



in'iv .ll-tovcrks made, si 
Lo indepL-iident of nil 



rl And If the subscribers can only obtain ho 
f native resin In Miilinut .[unntiii,.,, ,],,,. wiM h '° 
nblo in sell th,ir >■.■!, br„l,-,l A.l.^^p,,,,.,,;,, „ \"J >L 
'■ price than any of ll.o ai ,„rln,i., ,, ,;I...,| ,, , 
i- wbicll 1,,-iv l>,r,„|.,M.- h..i " ,nfkl "--«. 



Rincon Wool Depot. 

B. McLEBHAB 4 E. 0EIS4E| 

S.sH'fFr """"■■'J "•';.""*3" E s 

B. 0™«lni*'oM b p„c,a nB „ oo1 for 
Slilpuetil. 

''■ n. k''.!{ u. ,f'"" aDd Eu «P°. 'hoi olT.'r ih°" 



H® 



SEED - WAKEHOTJSE, 

(KGTABLIiHED UT 1B60J 

s. "9^. Brooms, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER [J 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT. 

Agricultural 

Omamcntal Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

KO. 408 CAsLIFOItlVIA, STHEET, 

Between Ssnume and Montgomery streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

THE UNDEKSrONED HAS ESTABLISHED SFfcl 



and Iu oodles variety, lrop>itsl| 
and England, from well kntnv: 
orao nf tbo most promlneBl 



seed, that seeds raiulM 



2 



HAS FOR SALE 

Airairn or Chile Clover i HnnBOriau Gra«s- 

Kentucky Blue-grasa; Orchard tJrj=s : 

Red-top Grass: Eainruin Oral 

English Rye-grass, Timothv Qrass : 

Red Clover; 1T hit0 Dnle b fjlov 

Crimson Clover, Lucerno, fie. fie. fie. 



EVERY VARIETY OF 

HKF.T. CARI5AGB. CAKBUT, RAIHSfi TFIWIP, 

CITt'l'MIlKK. MKMins. Ll-TTfi ■[■: nJlnS, 

TOMATO. KAltl.V AMI I.ATK |>EAS, 

BEANS, ic., fie, ic. 

Tobacco Seed. 



COTTON SEED. 

Guano front Johnston's Island. 

FLOWER sr.r.KS (300 Tailclltlfl 

BULBS a 

iILIBS, TUMPS, IITACTSnA I 






:ted direct from Itam 



Fmm bis loni cnerlenoo In tho Sooi 
thirteen ya.irs), and bis very oitemi> 
apporlainloe to an establbbmenl of thi 
fldcnluf blsahllltj- to aallsfvhls pat™ 

^ Native California Evergreen 5 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS| 
Fon Bxro 



Large Stock of Ev D rj Variety of 8 

Can offer unusual induce menu 

MERCHANTS IN THE TIIADE, FAR!&\ 

AND LARGE UAXCIl OWNS' 



■i V.'..l| [,..,; ,■ 

Tbo undorslimod Is aim permitted lo riOsr B 
Moorlonoo of Iwootj voir, la tho Seed an l-fl 



l»rled leedi, and iboli 



s. TV. moob: 



THE CALIFOENIvA F A B M E -B^ 



59 



Califurnia gotta. 

Ir "«■■___.— ■ 

THE rWDIAHOLOQT OF CALIFORNIA 

«j »lr.rn!i»lf firici;e.inl!oortirniajF«TO«iir*|iriHO. W 

XSIIf.— VI.— MISCELLANEOUS ADDKSDA. 
Cab-Wo'. Voyago of 1MB. 



q u.rrli., ■< lull; I la tbo ttllKP limit hum, Id; TOl.. 
of 1835 (7). These wore probably also tbo Iadlnn 
who Inhibited portions of Cblhaabun, 

Then missions were generally served from Ibt 
:ollegw of Zncoteeas nod Querelnro. 



ItfsTf.omStn Que 



.pell. 



nl,i.:i 



Btranndetij Hauls of tlie nen world. The Indi-in 
I Corn nns also found by Cibrlllo, nt Ihe Paeblo 

front of u lalley Terr populoos nod beauliral" 

donbllesi tlie S.iiieoy or Santa Clara Volley, ol 
tb.ic ii no other Taller or ibis dtserfrjtion hert- 

» _T»sy, and tbo Indian name ol Point Mugu, men- 
lioa.J bj him, is known [[ill as the Southern 

|BeadP(iiDtof tbo rnlley. 

f the Indiana mid Cabrillo that three days' 
Snrnsyup the volley, there were many people, 
vbo had 'niuiho ma....-," which they call "Oep," 
alio, "niBcboi Vncoa," which they call Cat, prob- 

formeilr roamed near San Fernando and San Ber- 

Bg the account of Grijalre't voyages lo Yucatan, 
|".D__19, it will lie rem. inhered that Pedro Alva- 
rado nnd Christopher de Olid we're companions, 



BUSINESS NOTICES. 

Kirhy, Byrne .j- Co.— Tho splendid warcho' 
of this firm has been recently Improved by c 
lights to show goods in nil the great client 
ihoir rooms— Die largest and fineat in oor Ci 
We are gratified each time we call, to see < 

iw of the great amount of business Iter 
u „,jg. Theladlci comprohend and nppioro th 

indents Oor lend 



Byrne k Co., when in the clly 



WuJswinli. Ihe .v'.r attentive or.iiI 
bow admirably these machines wi 

- UJ uther machine known, and the ra 
tin. kinJ is [iroof of this fact. 



The Collin, Hat.— HflTO you received one 
light and highly finished bats, the very ] 
style yet offered to the public? If yon he 
go see tbem, and yoa will. Mr. Collins is 



,- r-l 


ted in Prescott 


flCS) 




t of Meiica. Ca 


trlln 


took charge a 


Ha 




r» ships 












ll-l'i 




rich 






;aliforniB 


Iti-l 


ghly probable 


uat 


Mb! 


lo wis 


_c.Hpar.i_n 




age with Alma 


Ion 


d Olid, in th 


YflCBlnn 


■nd( 




Ecb 


prob 


My CO 


Id bo 03 


cerlai 


ed from the Se 


Tille 


Arc 


Ires of 






Cj4nIfo-» Sin 


.J 


roar 


, of 1843. 


rlr° 


o'a very full 


\i 


Kan 


h"i" » 


e given in 
nt of tbo 


di.cu 


ery of Altn Ca 


lorn 




..;■(.*- 


), for Ihe 




m. published. 


Be was 


mhorcd 


along the 




afSanUBocba 




Cn 


25 day 
TBS, Sh 








neh! 


ucu (near 


Ihe It 




ano, 


Alio 


c (on r 


acho Or 




ear the beach] 




ogna, Xacoto 


, C-jo or 


f:„j„i 


•c, Potoltoc, So 


cbue 


On 


JnDimi, 


Jlisioajn. 




S. Marcos], Mis 




one 


or Pona 


on Bafe 


fto-i* 


,i turn), Blqu 


-,<: 


00, 






Xaqo 


(orS»jay?),J 


nncb 


nofo 


rAnacn 


ck), Pat- 










mesa o 


IAeG 






-V° 


omu.G 


n, Aaimo 


iaai, 


(orthebeeb 


r L 


idli 


go>), C 


salio (or 


beach 


of Ibo Refugio 


Tu 


rem 


(or bea 


b nt Ai- 



forni.i .in.] Menta.-.ni.TT 'Ir. , 1 , of till-, city. Bow- 

Brothers are well known in all lb,- S.in J... Hin ir 

county, nnd re.nillj tbeyaro becoiuini: f.norii.:. 

I,;,.. ..I tfiolr stock of groceries, which tbeycUci 
at the lowest price, and d*M*r hnmo free o 

,'oi.U.illj cummenJ th™ tonll our renders. 



> 



XiHiicjrj'iuclu: 
mu, Muoe, Pekc 
gucl Island wi 



called <:■. 
mndNim 
1643. So i 



Some of tbe ranchcriAS V^ill went by tl 
in 1770 to 1B00, ns shownV tbe aid prit 



Sin Lul 



OpIl^DHcot.Oipiilopca.Mi"! 
Ulro.Yumin.Aaacoiii, Almo 
Quiman, Piiliocic, Hicomn 

2»Io, or Cncu. Th- ttmnlrj 
near Poini JIugu, to Concirp' 
-■hlehbe oil led Xucu, no.: 
^^^^Oint Cooccpcwn, a » 



HffijWch they called Orp. 
^^Dnnliiilos, which, by son 
^^HKhablled California 
^^Hs Spankcds Taqnimini 
^^^ffilds were oiled by the 



ueblo Cann 
ta a prorln. 
cry populou 




Ttl* jit, plan 


verr 


ihondant 


n the val 


•yo 








a Barbi 






Hian 


and wa 


used by 


be 1 






111 the M 






h mi 




the wild 


tribes- i 


Is 


Qllc.r ,„,,„ . 




livated, 


nod bus 


thf> 


•baptd 1«itci 


liow 


rs and ic 




neh 


tbtjrowli,.- p 




be Icates 






■'■■■ I-'.-. ■ ■■ 


Iter. 








.V,- 


tfrr 


a and Ta 


ai Indian 




Frl.r U-.rn, 




Garcia, c 






OtVanoal.1,,1 


even 


I tribes 1 


habiting 


her 


'a the *.,i 


nd ■ 


ntbwc*t 


of Sun Anin 


, . , 




the Pnj 


latea. 




,. . p . 


(nr 




Filijuyas 


AI 




I'arr 






M 


_Punp«j><ii. 7. 


eras 


.Cbapop 


nes.Veoa 


das, 



the 



should i 



JOHN O'BRIEN & CO., 
BMPLOTMBNT, 

And General Agency Office, 






JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds, 



-WML. HA8ELTINE, 
At The Japanese Bazaar, 

3STO, 331 IMEOKTTQOluEBEfS' SO. 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape-Vines, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 



Apple, Cherry, Peach and Pear Trees ; 
Apricot, Plnm, Pomcgrnnfltc/'and Fig Trees ; 
Persimmon, Ornn K e, (In bearing condition); 
Cimelin, Locuat, Bolton and Lacquer Trees i 
Hibnn, Ynriegated Pine, Tea PlnnU, and "Al 

Trees; 
Grape-Vloei, Evergreens, Etc. 



Grain, Vegetable, & Flower Seeds of Japan, 

Or 1802, 

Toseilei wlih til ihe nrtetlaa ol 

RICE SSE1BS 



iqow, I : . . : c . -J ■> .- . S-.mipoii, and Mnnoa- 

^Perro(tbuDog'. ftel). TLis m mailoin 17u3,in 



established iaeo. 

A. a E"N" C Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 

Oenui Tbe proprietor! ol Ibo UldBIOH WOO 
FAMILY Ill.aNKETS, ■!] Wool, ropei! or quill!? | 



T-OEHTSLOSO-silAWLi, il 



In* -j..:ci illj -■!■,!.!■ ■! " Hr.-!.. <,| ll:- !'■, .■!..(■ 1% .,', . ' 

chuer. un rriv epoa recelvloi a uniform article In wx, 
LAZAKD FBERES. Aeenti for -31111, 



BUCKEYE MOWER 




the sccsess wmcrr tiib 
Buolx.eye WLo-ofrGX" 

Has met »ilb in Calirnroia. ha.« led us to rnaka larj> 
mpa ff ,OD » Ml Ml]fi(i(int lfl[11 j, i, 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

And Is coocodod so to bo by Farroen In every .action ef 
lbs Stale ll hi.! ,,-rci! inuT-jronienuover aoy olboi 
Tnc-nbeol Maeblna. 

THE BUCKEYE AS A REAPER 

'bo Importaol advantneeJ which belong In the Buckeji 
a. a Slower, are ro loin td in the Reaper. 

iho had Ibeni Paj Ihe BUCKEYE is 

The fllaclilae Tor California. 

It -nlir adapt [Inir to evory sarfaeo of ereend ; will ror 

li;l,!. ; t :■.!.. i.lslii-r ii'-r.ir, eriM.sr mi. I holler lhan ae) 
.lllit wn lh" H-!..-.---- ;■;.! r .lir..-ll)- ..UT I 111 
,.lo..f llio Machine, iri-iosd -jf h-in; on the PliHfaria 
Th'-re il n U- .:roallr 'o the drnugbt 

Wo have a NEW aad lMl'ftOVED REEL and ZfiifJ 
'latr-rni. nilh ulh.iMuii.ruveiaont-M.-n llir l;r< K!-:i : .: 



Haines "illineis" Header, 

Which h«- proved luelf ta bo Ibe BEST II ARVESTfSO 

.M.M'ilr:;].: i:< Tin: -iaie. ii beinr the 

only Header «hloh bu cued tbe tut 

for the put fire yoars. 



Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Maunractored by 
0. AULT1IAN i CO Canton, Ohin. 



Agricultural Implements. 

7- Farmers, send for n BOOK with fnll description. 

HAWLEY Jfc CO., 

Corner of California nnd DsLlcry streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 
The Original P. P. Stewart ! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Hummer ana Winter Alr-Tlght 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Antliraiite, or Bituminous Coal. 



Wilh No- and Eitra-Larj-a Fine). *od by Iba Addition 
orthoeelehnloJ l'.nuit 1 .l-.-.-bcel B.HtomPliio 

Attention is iovlled ta tho fellovlne loinU of inpori- 



JJ, SI.NorAcioai-Every Mrllon of tho 

l!i..r:..],:LlT , : ...,.tr.K-re.l i;.-;h *■!» i- ..il.i,,! 



. of tho Store lo oi 



«led" h/letlen p° 



ll.".-.i.lv ..no i,( any valan whatever 

6lh. EsTiuaCo.-.vp.jLor lli.r— Tho hnM .-enertil. -J 
tvllin-i.,','.. ■■,!,, I., t,,-],l rl,..,,ii„. L ...,.l „,(.! ur lh™.»n 
low the room alpleojoro 

7 h. Ill,: 1!..i-uir.--iir.r; Itunon Flbii-Bt which 1 



9 lE^'or w *tm lie" r ™ o i""* an wT«™i 
li.nh ii .etui on,! ■■■■,:. ,i,i.jr,i. : ■ j j . j . 1 1 ._ j I,, the 'HuiVhia 



.ftho M.onfuio, 
;onolno Fi 

9-3 m 422 Koa 



"sTEVVAEr'aii" 
. 'iii-ni.i-;v«. 



American Watch Factory, 

^ WATCH BEPAIE1SQ - 

(''-J AT .. Nl;l ' ,: VlJ,lK i'lti 1 '!^'/.";':. 




BOWEN^ BROTHER, 

WHOLESALE AHD HETAIL DEALERS IN ffS=%$. 
STAPLE AMD SELECT FANCY li'^^ffiL 

GROOEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

• EVBR-S- JS.I1STTI, -A.T LOW PHIOES. 

»ays elvea lo the seleotlon of out stock of Goods. Many nrtloles n» rroparri * 
SPECIALITIES, Tor onr 

SUCH AS- 
OLD JAVA COFFEE, and nil other oholco kind.. 

TEAS, of lh° ™ry tboiceat, selected «ilh tho E reategt euro, for Family PJso. 
SUGARS. P«ro Relined, Crushed, Powdered, ond 0Fer r ehnico variety. 

PRESERVES, Jel'iea, Jnm>, Dried Fruit of nil fcinda. 
SPICES innnmrrablo nnd for ererr nso. SIRUPS of tho vcrj choieeat. 
BUTTER 6. CHEESE from the most celebrated Dairies; nlso, chnlcest Eastern. 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, thoTory purest, taken frnm Bond, 
none but the best- those that desire choice Table Wines, olo, or for Medicinal parr 
ui-.r. 1. 1> ,i Bt oaer tbem. 
BONELESS SARDINES, Ii real luiury. 

HERKIMER C'UUNTY CIJEKSR, superior to nn. 
LON'CS' r WOJEl'rEl'f3 ISABELLA A.ITZ3 

Dolh Spnrklin,, and SUM, ospeeUllj- for Fon.il]. IIso. 

The.o with aeorr olhor artlolo needed in tho Cullnarrdepartraont or the Household, and tho ujnal 

n-N-o-.rSo., rorni.iii.i by lb- n r.-r-.-r f: -.ill bear ,i,„ un.l ..iir i-ii.|- l- i; i>e -ill.f.icllon to all t.ho m 

,,, [.i, ■|,..ii i il n. i>i. -o. In ..Hot lu mute tho bniinew ■>! our Patrons M K -ht and pleasant, nil orders 

hi i-ill In. filled «ilh;:.r-; .unl ii ■|-.iii:b, :.uJ ili-i I' -'inl l.i nnv part uf ihooliv iromptlr, witbont cost of I 

Onr friend, from tbo Country that f«nr uj ivith Onlors. nlll havo thalr s;oodt sent to thevrh.rroi 

oipgon of oarlOf o. Evorj Order sent u s will bo attended to nitb tho some oaro m If purohaios noro pi 

Kotico our addrcsa— 

BO WEN BROTHER, 



BRANCH STORE—' 



oir 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 



FIEE ^ISTD LIFE. 



OFFICE— NortliwcHt Corner .Hon (joinery and Sacranicnlo Mtreota. ' 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

life: x>ex*^.ort]>xdeivt. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF KTBW TOKK : 
Purdy mutual. Tin calif only Stock Company in America ichon Charter provide* that all tho profits ihalt 
be diaided pro rata among the potiey holders. 
Policies bined at this Aeeoo? nlthout tho nsnal dolor of sandlair gppplientlons lo Heir York. 
Residence la California. Orosoo, and Nevada Torritorj-, and traoilt to and from tho SUtos to California 
without oilrn chargi. Dividends applied lo [uvmonl of Premiums or added to policy. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HABTFORD, CONN: 
Residence in California, Free or extra charge. 
This Company declares 60 ror eon Pallid on di annually, and the Assured can if ho desires givo a nolo far 
one-half the nnnuol premium. t"] " 

Books and Pamphlets containing Toll do/ailj or tho system of Life Insurance, can be had nt the A-onoy. 

The Cheapest and Best Life Inaurance Company in the World! 



it-ik-e; i>epaktment. 

hartford fire insurance company, 

OF HARTFORD, OONN: 

ASSETS, $1,000,000! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SEOCRITr OF POLIOT HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, 31,600,000 ! 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Washington Fire Inaorauce Co. Security Fira Inaurance Co, 

Park Fire Insurance Co. "" i 

Phenix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board of References; 

FrtED'K HILLINGS, Esq. J, p. FLINT Eso 

DENRY CARLTON JR.. of Flim Wabodf i Co 

,.™ n .jl 1 LL C ' 1111 "" & Co - L0U1S MoLANE, Esq., 

ANDREW D. FORBES. Esq., r Wolfs, EWo 4 Co. - 

of Forbes rrBnbcocb. 0. B, POLllEMUS, Ei. 
JOHN H. RBD1NQTON. Esq., D r Alsop & &. 

r ,, „...?S r \M m ^ oa&Co - JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 
J. D. KITTLE &, Saa n^Zk 

of Dew ut, Kittle i; Co. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

T -A-CrTilSTTe. 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 



The BAY STATE anfi other Store 



nnd Fancy TIS-WAKS, Ennmoled nnd 

ined IUllN-Vr'AliK, L'ljrTEE-MU.I.S. 
liAKl-l-uVKNH, SAD-1ROSS, 
ic. 4o. arc. 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 

H*J. H IMRRInON. Anl.rli^ q.f. H . " 






H PREPARED ny TUE 



.l^'li;iIi.iUli.L '' oAn,1 ""'' t t 8 «'»™aio.."n'Iat 



UNION FARM 

AND PLANTATION 

M I LL S . 

THE BEST MILL 

EVER OPPSRED TO THE PUBLIC. 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE A.G»BlsrTt3 FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



AUDI'S WORri-HO\. n.».l. _ut nl YoTiolto numin 

l,J-.."'i.!. , ' L ,''' ,i -"i^ iSr'll'''" l''\ ,"""-'-- ■•■l:l..-..t "i.'l 

,.''■"■ ■■■■■•■ '; -'r''-- "'..^'/li'l/lV .;.,„„. n.oniiSl__nro-* 



60 



&jre ©ntitouia fatuwr. 



rBIDAT APBIL IT. IBB3. 



■.ii.- u , b, .,.- 
8»mpl. I»» 



let tho subscriber ninoe, and ho will receive 
Add rcnoirim-, Jo we eitciid (bo edidd terms. 



AGEHTS WANTED. 



Furehniing Agency. 
In Tw™, rianu, ?rali. uid itcrtailm™! Tmi 



rallripcic.zj ,,:,,-,,<:, .,- ,1... Coir,: .,r p c.<u!.l bo u-m !■■ 

^1*1 "hnbbj" 



JurSnm and Dircn CatiU, Shad Serin, L 
ter and Cotmold Sheep, Ann-icon JjTirei and/, 
nod other Stocr, for talc See advertiiemenli 



Toraalej, to (bit thorn who wish to get newspaper* 
regularly w do 10, us larilo these who on inter- 
wted in tho greet causa or Agriculture, to boramo sob. 

Preston Point, Meunu Keyos & Br««, and Sir. Dulton, 
Postmaster ftt Tomilei, Kill act [or us, and ire hope to 
bare many friends ranod that district. 

' IrjfrinEemont of a Patent Right ^ 

Wi ara called upon to give publicity In nn adver- 
tisement refiecling upon a mot I respectable and 



T-Jl.lk 



dupon 



i. yet regret tha 



equally high source, and 
Its results affecting very deeply the interest of the 
pa r It w bote business is Ibus encroached npon, 

We have always adrocated the rights of patentees, 
and still gn for mjinlnining their right and prlr- 



ivitfa tl 



n Eagle, 



d Eli i 



spread wings are still capable of protecting them 
against encroachment. 

Messrs. Barber. Unwley 4 Cn., of lllinnis, man- 
n.nclorers aod patentees of certain harvesting 
machines, or headers, caution all who bar or nit 
them from irregular sources, os it will be decmc.' 
an infringement nr their rights. This early ootici 

igatlna. 

All wbn desire more particular information it 
regard to Ibis matter, or to legally purchase Mil 

Hnwley & Co., at their agricultural warehouse 
corner of Califoraia and Rollcrr street., when 
mar bo round every rarietr of barrelling Implc 
\lnentB needed for the season. 



ShippeiB of a. .sin ond WooL 
T(IB present aspect uf affairs in tbc East, 
Eornpr, must act rather sercrely against n 
ducero or grain and wool. Tho oichan 
BBdlyout of joint, nnd very much agaius 



and the 1 



and Bos 



c eicilemeut about European affairs 
almost entirely stopped ibo shipment of groli 
Europe. We appeal to ourgrain-growen, and 

would hare been for them to have sold tbelrg! 
oo we urged them to do, last January, when I 
eoold have realijed SI 7S©SI BO ? That 
would novo been nnw equal to Si. Farmers 
learn wisdom one of tl 



dayi, • 



bope. 



TrtB earth boa been blessed with most refrei 
rains of late, aod many sections of our Btu. 
felt tho need of it. On Wednesday, In our city 
heavy rains in the latter port or the day and in tli ' 
night, accompanied with strong winds, was na in 
dilation that the otorm wao widely citended 
this, In conjunction with the rain of last weel 




ilJnuuiarilyoxeltagnil 



T* 



THE O A. L I F O/B, 1ST I A FA iVM E B^ 



Agiltultuin in. Mining 

it striking evidence 
of tho people of th 



I Ii...!': 



valley 



cultural 

mineral resources that have boon lying dor- 
.1 far centuries. It seems ns if Iho Supreme 
■r hml originally Intended to bestow our Fa- 
slope upon tbo people of the United Stales, 
roflho It tbo grand Unit or chain to unite us 
i tho Eastern world and all lu riches. Wo 
nnw sea that while the Pacific Railroad will 
ii. nt thn dovelnpmont nf our mineral wealth, 
ii general cnltlvslion of the 

interests demand agricultural products, and tbey 
in their turn demand tho gold to develop the sail 
— it links us with the great Eastern world and 
completes its immediate connection with ns. 

China and Japan are now, through Iho agency 
of steamships and tbc PnciGc Railroad, to bo ere 
long brought to our Tory door, nod made near 
neighbors to Sew York and Boston, nur own me- 
tropolis forming the great ball-way house. This 
is tha future destiny of Snn Frnnciscn, unless wo 

"birthright" to ho wrested from us by treasonand 
traitors; suffer oorielves to bo Bold for a "mess 
or pottage." 

In 1849 California was only known and rallied 
for her mineral wealth ; ber bcanlilul valleys and 
bill-sides were prospected only for gold, and when 
tbis was nnt found in them, they were deemed hb 



iritis. 



lentlon to "those belter things 
rabln." Tbo want nf homes, also 



disappoin tin cuts and I 



.: during early years, 



cede that had tbey all been si 

frowned an all who sought hi 
State would have been retarde 
general prosperity which now pc 
rs of agriculture, the mechanic i 

No ono with an intelligent m 
ment doubt that had ibo recent 

years, tbc whole peapli 
absorbed in these pursuits, tbnt 
would hare been neglected, ill 



I J Ii 



gotten almost oil thn 

ttinn that nf the prtsen 

Weoro constantly r. 

wnrkings of Provid-orr- Ii 



inl r 






ioded of Ibe mysterious 



.1 been 



We only » 



3 thai 
f those wbt 



■oncers, an that tbc wonderful bis- 
tory or our wonderful Stoic could hare been faith- 
fully delineated by that wondorfnl bistorian-for 
it seems to as as if bo were the only man that 
could have painted Califoraia la her true cbar- 



Tm joy of a family nl 



enne 


gbborbood q 


uarroli 


are been rec- 


aroal 


bnt types of 


that un 


rersal happi- 








iii m or those 


a whl 


h heralded the comi 


goflbollej- 




n earth— go 


=d will 


aroong men." 








turning frum 


wglo 






llelnjnb cbo- 




a our prese 


essed D 


le, fratricidal 
oion shall bn 




e peace oat 


Jnys o 




oodV 


Asa drop o 


water 


o tbo ocean, 








yofonosuul 


d to 


he mighty r 


ter, aye 






of happinesi 


when this war sbal 


sed.d 


cord toiled, 


ad pcac 


e reign every- 



We were pattlenlarly made to realize tbi 
while at the receot festlral of tbo settlers i 
males. We there witnessed many cases w! 
little quarrels were laid aside and diffcrenc 
josted, nmnng neighburs. In this wo saw c 
tbnt tho "spirit of pence and good trill'' was 



il, , 



a llien 



lUtlful 



oog nnlmprovcd, '.fie hn 
principle. Highland li 
.-has been blotted onl; 



of men, yet who, by reason of tbe 
' lately eiisllog there, bad become 
loocbod by the spirit of "Calon" 

I under the folds of Its Glorious 

nhls h 



heart, had dei 

llfo happy. Now, by a pleasing Inch 
hrnngbt together. Wo saw these i 
Ibe hands rlosp — an 



-Jllirr 



"ho bad in coldly 
ce to their natures, 
J friends again, we 
sage in Only Writ 



a„„l Clam o/ ,U £„t,a dt TmaU, 



Our DntjrYo Eiicourngo Homo Maiiufnctnre. 
It bas always been our ptoasure as well as duty 
to endeavor by all available means to prnmolo 
tho progress of home inanofactnrc in eiery do- 

proscnted every result nf local manufacture In 
every branch of industry. It 



oia 



is of Iho Fl: 
lew article i 



very Californl 






:o of sustaining oi 
tlous in preference to tbosu of a 
or nny other section af even our 
bas beea— "California first, homi 
bors, afterwards ;" Bnd wo fluli 

frequently hnvo wo advocated I 

nry sacriBces, hecanso we foil 1 



ing facts connected therewith, though at that 
their feasibility was considered tu be about I 
ty-Hroyeara in Iho womb of lime, We prcdi 



Nenr tho close of 18B9, the Pioaecr Woolen Mil 
if San Francisco man uh.c lured tbc first blank' 
undo la California. This was within five yea- 
if our predictlnn, and without twenty years i 
" Ime grn.ely n 



byo, 



Now 



■Ills In full lido uf succcs 
Mission Woolen Mills ore s 
blankets, tweeds, broadcloth 
of other descriptions, as unj 



State ac 

McLean 
Did o 



live workshops mnking up 
n soldiers' clothing and mln 



[ upon the proprli 






clnres in every department c 

,nd support, which they joitly merit ; could ou 
leoplo bat be made to feel it their interest as wcl 
a highest duty to sustain homo manufactures i 
foreign Imports ; our State waul 
n her course of prosperity like 



mnl be many yenrs beroro cotton, rlct 
lemp, Dai, lea, sugar and coffee, will b 

b not only woolen fabrics of every kind 
n goods, Uncus, worsteds, silk goods 

tnfort of our households, or to the grot 



go funh 



nur daily d. 



will compare favorably with garments of cloth 
from ibo looms of foreign mnoufacturies. We 
wear, with feelings of consistent-pride the home- 
made cloth afthoMisslou Woolen Mills (made up 
under the direction af Mr. E. E. Jennings, Super- 
intendent of tbe workshop now engaged In making 



3 fight I 



battles of oi 



itry.) 



homo-made clothes, and feel prouder (and nr 
comfortable, too} in them than In the pap. 
sleek-dressed fubrlcs nr foreign looms. Wo b 
lo speedily see the day when all advocating hi 
manufactures will bo cuosistaot in tbis resj 
and practice what they preach. Let the elan 
afLadyOodlvB servo to slicnululo them to 
porformnnce of their duty. Wo desire, also 



Income T*i Aa amendment to the Income Tai 

iw provides that in estimating the Income of any 
erson, the amount actually paid by such person 



The President's proclamation 
turn of 1600 deserters daily t tbeir I 



■landing tbe term laid down I 
or return bas eipired, tbn Go 
id lo deal leniently wltb nil w 
'cgimenti. The Committee oi 
War urged on tho President 

The cargo of the ship, 8b 
"«s burned by the Alabam 
"orib half a million ol dollar 



Nolwllb- 
is dispos. 



V A Friond Una Loft Us. 
ToalDi a month the Pacific Mull steamers leave 
our harbor, bearing away millions of tbo trensore 
of our golden lnnd; Ihrlce-monthly, loo, they 
bear awny treasures of another kind— priceless 
men and priceless woraen-lho real treasures nf 
tho cnuntry. Golden bars, double ond single 
eagles, blocks of silver, If lost, may bo replaced 
again ; hut good men, noblo men, sterling man or 
women, who leave us, we aro nal certain to see 
ncnln— their absence mokes a drenry void. It is 
this thought, this uncertainly, that Starts Ibo tears 
so plentifully sbed as nnr steamers loavo, severing 
Mends and kindred near and dear in coch other. 
Ono or tho grcntesl lessons of life can be learned 
on Folsotn street wharf at those steamer doport- 

S. II. Meeker, Esq., an early (4°) pioneer of 
California, one of our prominent merchants, and 
must honorable of men, left us for his early hn mo 
an the last steamer. lfrij,.sl. l ns be was familiarly 
kuuwn, Tor several of his earliest years of Califor- 
nia life was n merchant in Sacramento, but for 
the last eight or ten years in this ciLy. Like all 
early comers ho has passed Ibroogb fiery ordeals, 



large circle or warmly attached friends, bearing 
with bim their must earnest wishes Tor his health 

pleasant one, and may tho highest anln.'i|iiii"a : i 

may bo sure of finding many ready bands nnd 
warm hearts to welcome bim to aar bright Paci- 

t..b.,... ,.h ■ /• _ " 

Pooh jMu-.,.fi-Tii.- latest news from Europe 
states la general terms, tbnt tbe Polish "insurrsc- 

prisoner la the dungeons or Cracow. Poland and 
Swilierlnnd, and Hungary, are suggestive of lib- 
erty. Lnngeiwiti may lauguish In the dungeons 
of the Czar of Russia in Ciacnw, Poland sub-dis- 

by a trnop of Cossacki , yet while the hlond ofPo- 

in tho veins of tbe galled Pules, will they strike 
for freedom. Kossuth is au exile in a strange 
land, yet the clnnk of Austrian sabres in every 
tawa, village and hamlet of Iluogary, alone prc- 

erur so desperate, Ihuusnnds of the sons of Liherty 
would be ready to shed their blued on tbe altar 
of their country. Switzerland alone, eccurc be- 
hind ber icy barriers, bids defiance lo the coali- 
tion of armed despotisms, and enjoys what tyrants 
snecringly term the myth and delosion orLtUBnTv. 
Life is dear, il Is true ; but there are things dear- 
er than lifo to a high souted pcuplo, and withuut 
It is Ibe best eri- 



o of a 



nnll a 






bailor 



a people. Tbe principle orFreedom will ab 
the valleys and linger around tbe bill-tops i 
laud, oven though its inhabitants should I 
terminated. That principle wnuld bo Inha 
tha very otmospbere, by their successors, elt 
their snuls though a race of cravens, and 
their nrms to otrikn for liberty. Principle u 
as material, Is incapable nf Annihilation, 
the earth revolves oo Its axis, both will eiis 
; overlived boa at bee 



frf,T-.|. r. 






natfbn fr 



Proolamatfon from General Wright 

Batoinun General Wright has issued the follow 

ing proclamatioo. It is significant nnd nil pen 

pic should heed its admonitions : 

TothecitlLeosnftbo Pacific coast: Vuu nr 



■n nur tutilo from A. Rinnu 4 & , 
, B J California, by John S. HujM 
I bound volume of nearly 5r,j p *J 



Books Received. 

nolo from A. Itinm, 4 
Thi Kf'i 

indsomely 
Wo shall take an eftrly occasion 
work. Tbosulijcct Is ono nf greal inlcreiL M 'jT 
mention of the wide world Is directed to |'b, p ' 
:IGc ehores on nonaunt of tbo romnrdil,!, ie ^ 
jpmunts daily transpiring hero. 
We bavo also frum same : A. iVal&noJ ,(,„ 



Sal SUtpitvi Staliml, by Francis do Flic, Ji or L°' 

into verso rolnto to William Scott, nyouog ^ 1 . 
dlerfrom the State of Vermont, wbo, wMls ^ 
duty as o scnllnvl at night, fell asleep ; ia ^ ^ 

ing boon condemned to die, was p.inl idbyu! 

President. They form n brief record of bij fl|| _ 
bio lifo at home aod la the field, aod of his aW, 
ous death in dejcnscoflho Unlnn." 



At 


avr^Sva 


ths W*n. 


-Wu intended to h,„ 


draw 


up a mem 


orinl to Co 


gress. and preM, w 


apla 


put a slop 


tbe prese 


nt war, but tbe ^ 


plica 


ons whioh 


wo saw mu 


st ansn wuh EnjUaj' 


,nd 1 




so groat, t 




urigi 


nl design, 


nd notrm 


ken new propoiiH^ 


Ve 


ow propo 




li;mg tho leaden u 


nur a 


mies, and 


uggost to 


hem that the ,^ 






ommandcr 


.n-chief down to tl, 




band, stin 


study mat 


t instead or Bir ^ 


forth 


nspaoeof 


birly days 


there shrill be cn^ 








chorus, when, ii, 


gtven 


signal, the 


wtinle arm 


v shall move r Q r.„j 




11 tho po» 




it instead of pg^ 


ond b 


all the gra 


d shout sh 


II bo beard; Lhii t, 



new ond elegant lot received at Kohlcrs U^ I 
Warehouses. The army uf musician) ur« Hi 
whole Pacific Coast eon bo supplied, and lee lea, I 



! following, nod 



ivo nrranged tbta u 
1 quadrille. TLij ■{{ 



Tinmy't AVrr Lone 
open tbo ball. 

KalKletn Axaon—a beautiful song; words ej I 
Mr. Crawford, music by Franzabl: 



The AlgMnsaU, ore Singing ; I ,l rp t, „i rf/l 
Aote Svtil the Dream (n beautiful dream of cbJU-l 
hood's innocence) •; The World would is thiBdart 
for it. 

Here Is onr programme for tbo bsllle, Wil 
would shout music until it should in* onl til 
sound of woo ond discard, as ihe lajl-engeebcfll 



I ln'-i- are (lie : g* il 

the day of trlutnpli ct 

ona:\ nnd gliiri,nn fling 



Tub Latest IfiBcoviniES —It has beet 
tbe Pacific coast can furnish any tbti 
wanted in this world, from a penay-whi 
millions of gold and silvo. that are ship 
Atlantic side every month. Judging Tro 
est discoveries, this oppears to bo so. 
glnla Enterprise states that a miner In 

(on batting, and states tbnt ship. loads ol 
Tho Hernld 
id bits been Tm 
held at eliff n 



ennrogod by this, the di^ 
fur shirt bum 

The P. 



it tho ai 



Godai 



s of tt 



free 



> thel 



ing for Iht 



turs 10 their country, who, disregard- 
ing Die eiample aod precepts of tbo great Wash- 
ington, seek lo destroy our very existence ns 
n niton. 

During Iho war which has bei 
last two years in the Eastern Sic. 

j.,.d .11 ,,.. «„,.„ „, • ™- 
"mi.jo.rb.rt™, „, :, ,',.:","'> 

m.d.d« | BI .; [1, waiMl , 3s of lb , n|Jow 
«pb.. .,, „„|, b..rt I. ,u, ,.„,„ ,. M 

I., ,00 b.„ ..„ .«„„ „„„ „,, 

war. Aro ynu prepared, iben i" .... " .. 

these blosslnga, to prove recreant 

to tbo nation, and to tbo high a 

transmitted lo you by the founders 



ifndoMn °'y i 

P-O- Department hW issued order^ir^; t 

a nfter the Brit or May, that all pw 
mpaid letters received from lorelpi 
Iho mails dispatched to Ibis country 
.itnin, Prussia., Ireland, France, Hielfl 
and Belgium, shall ho paid lo jars"' 
■ Blent. The order at present uppliu*' 



regulat, 



This «*| 



.11: ■■r' 

rortosr" 
ice toU 11 



eady I h. 



velki 



our Repi 

ring with 
oil be 



dlga.nt people will r1l „ ,„ ... Wn ; Ao lo - 
iwift r«rib„,l„ Ju , t|c " lbcir ™»J"ly, and 



oadqunrlers ol 
7lb a *7 of April, 11 



J^°.O.S.Ar,ny,Co n m-d. 



V «. Messrs. Huwley i Cc 
ents, and Messrs. Arthur k Sun bars T 
did implements. Farmers, go cinmine, jaW* 

Tho Empirn of Health. 
Who Wi,, iD , ITa Sosfrtn-Uairensl toW 
bcou tbe dorling ehjcot oil Ls or d«™u S]>* 

i'5 b K?i,S~™ '''"■' •""""'' "'"*«« 



"»ui"i™!ilV' , ,';,;':r r .!''' l , 'J ,, . h . "-'■.». Se( 

]:]■'■ ' 11.11...-...1 ii,. I.,,,, '=■;. 

...J .lth c .h. n l r ,!.,'',.',',, , , |, ! "'r,i , ;.;i'.'', i L ,!'°ih'r!«'^l ;.''i|« 



. " 



VllieEl 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 



a, can. Pricet bom (213 lo »TMJ. 
TESTIMONIALS : 



Thi. BldlM III OUT State. 

J|»M»nj-ODt Juubl the mine™! wealth nf Cili- 

ilbroia! If so, so noL among -peculators and scl- 

Ititofftrt," m becnme poiied, butbaslen to (be 

Occidental Hold end spend no hour in looking fit 

iMhwIlj gorgeous specimens from numerous rich 
4»H,»llrtr and copper mint! in California and 

on tnia coaji, and Slciioo. Tbt enbjnel of tbo Oc- 

cidtnial i* indeed north a tI-U. [I will show 
HErCalifbrnia is destined lo become Id twenty 
^^Pftoni now— when her blessings shall flow 
^Krrrj qunrlerol the globe. The elegant cab- 

(nii *nd reading-room of the Occidental is in 

twning Riih ibr rest of this rich and luxuriant 

aWbli'lj ni-.nl.. 
Ainone lhi< collodion n noted laree and rich 

4h,..r,„. ,1. M]..i.,.i.„ ; o,b".p.- .s-i^ji'Tr™"" 1 ?. 

tnti, GjuI-] i '.' i! 7 '',■■.■.■—: In ;.■ ivtrc very rieb j , .-j- ';,:', t&n ':..'- .'.,'>. r . .,'i"ri. ■'.,.' .i I MM l™5 ii IA 

HE from Ibo Howry mine, Ariionn, and from |W.t», |ro,t». |l»o,»ll5,»l». |iM,»d JI60. 

BR lo U«ico ; also, jmaples from lb. tallow THE H0I{ACE WATERS MELODEONS 

mEUlns-Joscpbtno, Albion, Milwaukie, Sacra. ASJJ HAEM0S i|j MS 

BUto, C.-.ib ,lli ; - P irkling ores from the Yuba, To||al ,,,„ j.^,, Tlmfmmtn „ (lh , b „ fumt d]tUb1 

nice?, the liiiLjljul.il. l;.=se Hirer, French Gulch, Soett. fifce* IromlWlo |a». ALKXANDEIl ORQAH3 

lO'ii.U) I''::- ■■■:.. <■■ ■! Hill u[m] V.-..(.-h in.r,, , ■ '"j'.^t-" .■>".-., ; <l-i -,■,.-,..■., 1,'llurtbe., Sabbath 

' 0a • °° ' * HORACE WATERS, A B ' 



THE OALIFOENIA F 
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 



AEMEE. 



61 









also, topper *p?cii 

tad bilaveras Companies— the li 

Bui Kit by Dr. Holdeu of Stocltl. 

eollcclian presents a rare view o 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

SemlMrtST'StW "L Da™ b»f 55 



table, 



ind genios. Il Is u 
ilifoHjandarti! 



» Slock of native sycamore, be; 
HHjfr mecaltd bj irm. B. Git 

life i> it, that while being cunccjed along the 
dreeu, a tjioriiuj; .Inj; .prnng for it seieral times, 
completely dectivod by the counterfeit present- 
ment. Everybody ihould see this cabinet, and 
ealth a glimpse of Ibe Occidental— Ibe palatial 




I feiPresident has issued a p rod amotion, 

Hfi&lig Ibe restriclions on commercial ealcr 

■Bl1S OB tber n S. a .c ! ,,- I eeptDele«re,lli..yland, E^'.|^| J »S.°- d - •l^.'S.Mh!" m^n^Tne 
Kentucky, Midori. «emp.ing oaljJS couoties, *^> i..^ ■ , _ ^ %^'^^l/^YNb 
designnlid .lj V, t/Krii 1 irginia, and the purtJ ol ;'. ,-. ,.:.. •■.-. r -, 111; MuibU-jlJ, .:=i!.-.:- -< ; .in. j- ,,•:,-.■, 
SevrOrleins, Key West, Port Boya! and BcanforL i *^f" lfflx 



STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will Sell Cheaper than any House 
la the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BURNING- FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET ILLUmiMATIMQ OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL. 

MACHINERY OTL. 

RAPE-SEED OIL 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL. Run/ and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, 

NEAT.SFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 
Ae. &e. die. Ac. 

thej eaa afflird Ijj. 3 



C^\_XJTIOTV 



" SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2 



THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 



;° California and Oregon 'Lf^ffii 

FARMERS. 



■;'>;'">■;',• '-j. '".'■'■' :''!'■; 






■■-. 



in Ibe ! 






Harness. 



Saddles. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

m: antjfa oturef.s 

™ HARNESS,^* 

S addles, Bridles! 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Nos, 214 and 216 Battery street, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 



OUKhrvel 



Qrdere and Retail C 
lion and b.neflt Ihi 

FARMERS and W 



THE HAUP OP FREEDOM 



Harrejlio; Mjcbici-.. ur leader-, 
•aolnlo the., f,i» b r Trtvltell A Co, or Iheir acorn 
Kr.P.lner. ThimiibloiircfcrroJ lo are qalle (Int. 
ilar tt tbo-s fijtd br Tre«d=dl 4 Co. In Ihe leuon ol 
tSSI, called ib-'Fj.rcoer'iFritmd," and ara a iron in. 

aad-Bshill p:,.-, -JV; to Ibofolleil client all perioni ' raauloi 1M fittrt. Word«b' 
Infriosine our riphLi I Pud. Call. TlJ.li an eidrili 

1 The Blchinei nero Marjnf.i-lnred and «lii|.j.tl in i '';'"''■'.: ^J^Im' """'• 
auusner ™ i|*>dr and daodeuiooli. ih»t wa had aa I 
OUBonqnily In eff-tloilly [ 

totJallco S.Jre.'cZt.^bt'bo'.'n d!oa«.°™™il , r' ?"l"^^^LT.'t 
ton.bfsacho.eor. 






ace. raioUln. 



RUTH: A SACRED CANTATA 



THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK ' 



imjilcd In thii mailer by II 



J|. ; l|t!l- 



JBARDER, HllVl.rV & CO. 









For Rent or Sale. 

lURGE KRIV IIUILiUTIO, WELL CALCULATED 



DR, KtVOVTLES, 

C DENTIST, 

*D. OU CL1V S 



^L Fort street, Victoria. 

r prr.;i.rM„ii,.„-,, i] . r , W)|r _ !lE , ;l:]VB „ N l -. flss(os . 



■ eojlo^ 10 ccnu, M per lou. Mailed bi iCereul! jitlccl 

THE ATHEN^UII COLLECTION 



PoliUiber of the jdHio Boola. ^ 

VOCAL MUSIC, 

With Piano Accompaniment. 

! -w : .:l;'L?^v [ . 1 /;';;^",: r ,!; r ;" r ,:;-' ,, ..; , -; 1 ; 1 r l ^;'';^ i .j:;'; i ;;;?.i 



Waters' Cheap jUnsio for the Million. 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

WAREHOUSE. 

PARTICULAR ATTESTIOlf PAID TO FDRNI3U- 
ING HOTEL AND FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 







THE HEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 
HATSI HATS! Q 



Hew Spring and Bnmmer Stylo of 
SILKHAT FOR, 1863. 



R. R. FOREHAW, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

(^ GROCER, |QI 

JACKSON and FRONT §treete>. 

F*"" F .Mhw" b ° I L " <rfr ' " " "*•"> ™ n,Si io """ " 

COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS, 



MJJL1TA.RY GOODS. 

Embroidory, SwordiTBelU, Bashea, Eto. 



REUALIA, BABHEKS, H,.lnti, Ml 
Boolailes, S!llltar» ajid C 



PREMIUMS 

WOHIjD'S fair, 




MEDAL 



WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LONDON, IS62. 

First Class Gold medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWIKG MACHINE, 

Paris Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are 1'iilvci-Niilly Acknowledged 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN USB. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
£©- Call and examine before purchasing. 
U. W. WADS1VORTII, Agent, 

c«""-'l""'S" T Baeramento .l«et, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



WHEELER Ss WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITH 

JVew Improvements, 

JUST RECEIVED, 

ABE THE OHLT PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

EMBROIDBHINO; 

THE MOST BCOSOUICAL, 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IIV USE. 



H. W. WADSWOETH, 

AOENT, 

Cor. Montgomory and Baoramento itreats, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



FURNITUREI 




TV. E. GS-IMIMCES, 

IMFOHTEKi 
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IK 

Furniture 

...AND.... 

Bedding, 

620 Battery street, 

BETWEEK JACKSON AND PACIFO, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And Ihe nubile Generally, [ he moHt camplote auortmenl 

FTJEISriTTJEB, 

IN THE MARKET, , 

AT REDUCED RATES. 

fVam ry Ordera aollcltcd nod rromptlf attended to. 

N. E. GRIMES, 

Between Jackaon and Pacific 
9 and SI Faanh ilreet, bo. 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods, 



rrrr^S Jdst hbceivbd, ex steadier 

|3*.[ a BCOTLAND, from Kanieavra, b; 

WM. HASELTINE. 



Japanese Sazaar, 

No. 321 Montgomery utreet. 

A valuable invoice of Goods, cmbrncing a full 
B9jortment or: 

RIOH LACQUERED It INLAID FANCY GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETO. 

TORTOISE-SHELL, IVORY" and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK, In E rent variety ; \* 

FANS, of every slylo ; V 

RICH SILKS, CRAPES, and PINA GOODS; 

EJIBR01DERED SHAWLS, nnd APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC.: 

Together wilh a full supply of EGG-SHEL Land 
FANOY PORCELAIN, DLNNER, TEA and 
COFFEE BETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETC ; 

M NESTS CAMPHOR-WOOD TRUNKS; 
15 CAMPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS; 
SUPERIOR JAPANKSE TEA, at Wboleiole and 
Retail. is 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 



IMPOnTEltS I 



CROCKERY, .fil. 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 

WaeaU particular alteaUon la our CLOCKS, nblcb are o 
The Haw Havon Clock Comnnnv's Manufactore, 



WIH. T. COLEMAN & CO,, 

BHIPPIHQ & C0MMIS8I0H MEHCHAHTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

is Sew Ycrfc anfl Sa i» Franoiico. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

C^tSor^^ nAND - A SVLL ^ D COM- 

CORDAGE. 

Aay partleularalio, length, or description, of Cerdasa 
MANLTi'AO'J'ORED TO OltDEIl 



S. W. SHAW, 
DPortrait IPaintei*. 

nmbor W, 3d floor, Mercantile, Library bnlidin, 
[ComerafnudjtMoBLsomorT.tnjeu, 



63 



^i^E CALIFOENI^FAEMBl; 



gfomt gpctltay. 



Ll/frsi IH DAHKW 



Bcjond the las' 
I maid not U ■ favored child, 
fin whom prood Forluoe e'er bad smiled, 
Aod in mj pith bor Iroosurei piled), 

IloaVeriii high. 



i;r- 1 bit made them no, 
pi™. 

■B--J illjr 000 d, 



Beneath tbt noHght, who shall vlow 
The liltcrj flats Jnst pooping through 
The octan.flenltil ol crjllal blue, 

Beyond lbs iky? 
Beneith tbo cloodl nurehirBed wllb glooi 

Some viyildE budi will spring nod Wool 



BoTond lbc chud-ooeiroled raoantaln, 
Wilt ernj and roc«T eliBs ubcondingi 
Plot, i freo .ad sparkling roonUIo, 

Wbero nam creep. 
Hsne.th lbs dnskj shades of kid, 
Ere moonlight bslh (be dnrfcoos riven, 
Tbo eye looks deepest into booven, 

Look* fa Hb eel through Ibo iky. 



Beams Iho star on' 
Tbeo la the malicbl. - 



Sniifker'B on the Homeitead Bill. 

Li^g.liidn Pi,tr.il|„ r ,. 

luBUXBrn, April T, ins. 

Mr. Perkins Introduced en Act to define tbo 

privileges of the Homestead Law. II allows sin- 

(tieiDto nod women, widows and widowers, and 

colored persons, to enjoy the benefits of [be Law. 

"Head (but again, hnsbond," said tbe amiable 
Mistress Snickers, speaking to ber rubicund spouse 

Kin at tbeir rather sparse brpnkf.it in San Fran- 
cisco. A row of jonng Soicken irtro leaied on 
each side, bnrlj sons and boiora daughters. "Do 

sing astonishment; "everybody but married folks 
bow is that 7" 



"Ah," ( 



i «»>t, 



"Ab, 



■■■■•A 1I1.H 



again, 



All tbe niolber-love that was garnered in the 
bosom nf goiteless Mistress Snickers, remonstra- 
ted against such demoralising enactments ; and 
(be heaved a deep sigh, glancing down that side 
of Ihebrcikfait tnblo on whlcb were ranged, bj 
right ol gtnllore, tbe eldest silling nt ber right 
hand, four red-cheeked Misses Snickers. Hal the 
Hlsits Snickers, bating thoroughly imbibed ibo 
1 ago and gen- 



with a 



urnedber glance of m 



oriofty indifference, pi 
cd Iheir red lips, winked at each olbt-r, and 

The two bay,, who ha" been at At Ifelod 
en Ibo night previous, only winked at each ol 
« Ibo girls bad done, and exchanged quite ni 
bio sneers nl "lb* old gal's" simplicity. 

lint simple UUtru. S. was down on Callfo. 
generally, and now she wa, down DB tbo Legi 
cell In particular. This was tbo unfcl 



it of el 

regret tbe I 



1- highly onltlTBli 



and lived on, together with ber bu.bsnd and Jh\\. 
dr.n iff, nil la the green Gene.see V,|l t , f„ 



fornian. who wanted to boy his farm; Bnlokers 
heard it .laud for a fact, and nn indnbluble t Z 
dtnee, that Montgomery Mreel, In San Fran 
was pared with cobble stones Ibal wero knn 

poErd and debated in family cooncil, tn le 



dlhe 



Bill 



Mlstrtss Snickers, 
goldspi 






lonalrei, feeding with 
forks, etc., and dressed In Si 



option of b 



.. .j.iie 



hendvcnlur- 



prising lord; she made just enough display nl 
position to aevro as a spur tn bis weak pure 
cave- herself a broad margin for refere 
•by sbo might esenpo reproach either frora 
tvn future judgment, o 
nf misfortune ensuing from Ibis change or 
tnco nnd plan' for the conduct 
Sir. Jeremiah Snickers laid down the ab> 



ing np 



I. ll.,ir 



tbe 



i fore 



and the scylhi 



cainer 



n theii 



-on o!l the social position they hod a 
ns far in their quiet tespecutble way 
discarded oil tbe beneflu which their am 
cessors bad secured to them nnd tbeii 

few tca,rfol good-byes to their neighbors, bj 



Tbe i 






igular, etc.," lo tbo Pad- 

tperience a long, perilous, 

rage; and finally, to step 

,dn, al tbe Folsom alreet 

landing, wiih barely enough left of tbe Snickers' 

I, lo procure n shelter for a month, buy a few 

es or bread, a few pounds of rancid boron; 

thin there were eight or them, tbe Snickers 

tribe, ood oil dependent opoo tbe exertions oronc 

nn pair of bands, fnr doily returns ol 

tries of lih. 

dy couple hod managed by persevering 



ndos 



-,li,.ld . 



ippfisd with subitantiol food; but wbat hnd 

foiled to the young folks T 

Ah, that was Iho startling question. Twns a 

mtinnaily propounded for tbo consideration nf 
tbo home circle, early and late, going out and 
g In, in the house or by Ibe way— What bad 
they gained, ererjone? Wby cnuld'nt they hole 
inn contented when tbey wero well nlH Why 
jtbaTt let well enough alone T And here was 
new trouble— wbnl's to eomo o'thoU 
Mr. Snickers and the boys never Answered, nnd 
ore tbao tbnt, and worse Ibnn all, they dld'nt 
ire; and the girls bod read of JInrk Tapley, and 
iicrmined to adopt bin pbilosopbj ; tbey bad 

themselves about tbe future ; and the whole fam- 
y concern, iodividunlly nnd collectively, voted 
in "old gal" a hore, and daily begged ber In nn 
ery deferential terms id bold bor tongue. So 
ue poor lady while she sat at the sparse brenk- 
ist Ibis mnming, pooring streams of thin blue 

o tboic eipeciaal lips— for which ororesald tbin 
due, etc., she pnld al tbo rate or Bfiy cents per 

quart daily— this poor Indy turned aside ber face 

' choked back her tears wLlle she thought of 

brimming n'er, Trothy, lull pnils of creamy 

, which onco enriched her well-kept dairy 

r morning nnd evening; and she was back 

ie Valley, making 



the Devon 
Ing ibo ihongbsl cl 



.ing the 



milk. 

arty spring, or coop, 
r gathering tbe nen 
ile-tree sap; nnd shi 



r milling-stool in one hand and her pail swing. 

g on her bared orm, going down into Iho beau- 
liful meodow lot early in the morning while lb, 

iw lay glittering nn the grass ond tbe dandelloni 
lifted tbeir yellow crowns In tbe shade of thl 
i; she saw berlell letting down Ihe bars 



•r that 



erd, ll 



St, of oil that 
i-eyedD 



:don the Wndstvorth farm. 

report uf tbe Legislnliva proceedings touching th 
Homestead bill ; he read It, nm because bis wll 
requested It, for like all dlsappnlnltd men bl 
bean grew snur towards those who loved him tb 
be was becoming dnily more and moi 
1 croel to ibis helpless companion I 
r but if tbe truth were told, Jcremln 
ily see through it himself; an ho ver 



rewdly c, 



nii.1,1 I, 



say notl 



ranged 



unitbns: "Irthe 
.Is rote, there'll have to bo a torrihle omigrnllo 
I in this way, or the bull Stolo nf Californy'l 
■ unpeopled In a hundred years from now." Ru 
"•--rlyboys - ' 



aght to do 



r thing 



I Legislature had now 
and extend the privll- 

' thai, so far u this 






^r irnt.iii.Lt> 

w ThO Amnrlonn Costumo. * 

unci's scarcely anolhec depanmool nT the health 

e so deeply enlisted os in that which relates to 
e improvement nf woman's dress. We fco! dully 
wo mingle with nuc fellows, that it Is n shame 
humonily, that more than half tbo strength of 



mid b 



Injurious dress, wbot 



ration. And there is nn department In which We 
are more cheered by signs of progress. Tbe press 
which Is erer o Iruo indel of the public mind, 
gires erldenc* tbal the superiority nf tbe Ameri- 
can costumo over the style of dress commonly 
worn by women, is coming lo ho mure ond mori 
understood. Tho Circular, a weekly paper pub- 
lished by n religious community, localod ntai 
Oneida, K. Y., has nn artiolo on tba subject a por. 
tlonof nhieh we copy: 






noably 



ere long mint lu be recocni.-' .1 m iti- 1 .■. f ■■ j. r.-. j ■ 1 1 li 

in pnblic, will he scattered to Ibo winds. Of I 
superior henllhfulnesa there is no question amor 
thinking minds. Its superior gracefulness an 
beauty, when properly mnde, as cunipnred wil 
the prevailing stylo or woman's dress, every on 
wbuse taste and perceptions Are unbiased by fall 
educotinn and a enrrupt public opinion, must a< 
mil. We hate heard mon, ond we have seen wr 
lers admit, that fnr cooteutence, and Tor a wort 
ing, walking, crery-day dress, it was nn improvi 



ment, while tbey objected lb 
leg and graceful ns n drai 
dross, as the long dress. Dt 



The 



IS displayed 
md not sn t 
roadclotb. 



the dress, and not the dre.ls nbsorb nnd otershad- 
ow tbe person. The dress of botb men and wo- 
men should he adapted lo all legitimate human 
functions— to Into r in oil the vocations for which 
tbey urn severally filled, lo motion nnd rest. Any- 
thing which impedes and interferes with these 



'ing loog-sl 



ings in 



lUtiful. Thepn 
lounced, Paris-cut women's dross, doe 
d therefore It Is fnlse nnd ungraceful. Wc 
i dispnle bnt thnt thirty yards nf silk mny 
1 often is, arranged oboul a mass nf petticoo 



the following b; 

Mr. Editor 

vftlty ti 



nod nt Newark, X. J., 



■ yenn 



. lady o, 






jave changed. Or late years this kind nf 
norcise Is qnlie largely indulged lu by ladies. I 
im quite glad to seo this change, as I consider 
>ne of Ihe reforms of Iho present day. Every pe 



NEW COODS1! 

KIRBY, BYENK & CO. 



HAVE JUST 

A I4HGB SUPPLY OF HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TaFPETAS, QR03 DE ZUIllCU, BLAOK QrlOS ORAIH : 
Rich Moire Antique; 
Fauoy, Piold ood Plain bilks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 

Silk ond Wool Fanlowl, Popllo d'Aragoni 
Plain Irish and Pronoh Poalln; 
Plaid dn do do da 
Plain ond FiBM Olloinan and Morlno. 

Slob atl-wael Plaid*, French do Laino, 
Mobalrs, Eplngllno, Foulards, 
.ndavorjvarlolyof KEIV DRB33 QOODS, now wore 
In Ken York, Including the popular, 

EOBE IMPERATBIOE. 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 



In FURS, 



For Cloaks, 

Fur Mantillas, 
Fur Tippet*, 

Violorinos, . 
and Fur Collars, sod CuHs— Koif. 



....1TE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIESOT FR01I THE MANUFACTURERS,' 

MADE BXPnESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 

AND MARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IRISH LIWElNrS, 

SHIRTING I-IKTEISr. 

LINEN SHEETING, 

Linen TJamatk. Ulotbs ood Napkins, 

And Linen Camhrlo Handkerchiefs. 



Add ill. 



F Embrui 






Aloinndre's Kid Gloves, Ualmo- 

rol Skins nnd B kitting, Bonio- 

keeping Goods, Flannel), Blan- 

kets, Quills, Underwear, 

MubIIus nnd Sheetings. 

nd every Department of our Storo bos beer 



KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 
HOi * Slonlgomery, 



ongb in 



sfor I 



little odd nt first, It is 



n begin 



10,000 SOWG-S. 

Five Cents Each. 



Pl>r (!r, h ,„j"' H=lUot 



i i;;-.i ii:, ., 



VUeL-Am^rtn!' 7 " Ij1"'ii ', ''■* ' ■ 1 " 1,1 ' 



(KnO tniiuje iUrapi hy H^l , t 



o*™* ^ ^*™^ 



T>H. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 
620 OLAY STRET, bet. Montgomery i Keurny. 

Examinationj in regard to Health— Free. 

pj-ere all wh-i de.lro aa^ThTain eorreet Phren o!t ,,| CJ i 

il^.in.ua.i™. -l.b.har.sUuehe.iu.edb.Fo.lor 



ended nllh nono of thoto 
nnd.rj Dl.ea,o.. suea as 
'.Torpid HVEB, CON- 

J':"' 1 ;' 1 '",; 1 "', ' ■ ;i ;; ; ' : ''N''-. l .™M. 

..r'.'l.!!'." 'i'. , .'',"'ri"' t ',r,' lC "" r ESTABI ' ,S »^ENTa wo 

:.n ■VV:'NK 1 VA l 'i. r ..r sr7V : i a'i.'V.!';';', I!"",,;,;,';' V, ,, , r,: ' 

«holhr.r ACIITi;,.ri.']!ltnMi', il,„ u „ i,'. nl Jj b}° a"' 

ViViMu'.-i'ri^svi' 1 ".'! l ,' 1 ,' y "!-'°,": 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, 

Is Now Open tor tlio Reception of Gaesta, 

rpnlS HOCSS HAS Ahh THE MODRrs , M 

HAHOE BOOMB, 
CABrtJEr FOR jJijI 



BEADIKG ASD EXOHAHGE BOOMB 

r dad ;.*.. 



XRWS #T-lSf> ai 
ERALS. Also— 

A nrancli Telegraph Omce, 

Conneotlnpirlthal! tho line^^hrourtoul tho couab. 
Proprlslon. 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 




■ of tho i 



. Tbis ) 



enlirelv dlitlnetfrom tbo Ualel. though opoclnifroau. 
ELEGAST SUITS OF R001IS Fur. FAMILIE3, 

As noil as Single Rooms for Trnosienl Pan™. 

Tho l«alion of tbLi Hotel is nnsnrraiscd, orerlioklsj 

tho Ilaj, and civos one of Iho Cnoit |.roinwU, .ks 

tlopfs of onr entire oil! and tho iorroondln B counlrr. 



colden each 

||hotel>^^ 

Corner Serenla nnd K Ntrceti] 
SACRAMENTO. 

Tnrs noTEL is offered to the public ai 

"Homo f„r Fomlllo,-; nnd fr,r tbo Traveler. i hi 

Tli.- I'r..|.rictorbm snorod neither ejetn-o w mms' 
ako his Dotol ono that shnl) alt-nv, ho uuctabli ad ■ 
eainnt lo nil that moy favor him with a call. 
U'lth auiplo occommodollous by means ol spaclsa I 
Snltoi of Rooms for Families, ood bv rtvent enliirtl I 

Bsatisntd and feol at Homo. 
Particular attention will nhrujn lo P iid lolhao* | 

ooms, clean Beds and Eoddlop, and ft. id alltilsi I 
.the wants or Boarders; wbllo thi TAHLE5 oill ti A 
rovldrd with tho ver, ben tho reason nA\irdt. a 

C A *ni»oca,to and r.^m iho Uelol to tbo Ratal 1 

'alrons of the Hulol. Hotel open all night. 

cT" Connected rrllh the Ilolol Is a Fire- proof EtlXU I 
i|.ru:.-lvi.ir ll,.. c:.i u .,■■ ll-.r l - ,„„] -■,„,-,■;■,!.■ 
alrom of tho Homo 

D. E. CALLAHAN, I 

pRopaiETOI I 



Important to tlio Traveling Pnblill 

americarT hotel,| f; 

BBNIOIA, OAr.., 

TliomaK Droniley, Proprlclor. i"; 

a§- Tilt; LARGEST AND BEST HOTEL 



nml Irfnlgln f 




H.ASOI-IE & SOIVS 

■»iic : . , „„.^ !«,„„„ nu , hnnd 8 > t(e| 

Idbaxehs in- 



PI AIVOPO « T'-r? « 
SHEET MDSIC AND BOOKS " 

■: C :-,■■ V,.rlr ■ i' i '■"' M, " lu ''^lnrer. J u n . 

!' .,;■ '■■.;.!'! '■"" t "„-,, 

They havo iho' |" EI '" 1 ' con "»nllj Qa hand] 

.\ , . u nn, a r' 1 ,Il " l " J ■ | "'''i'' ''a*'';i!v , ; f r, 7" '"^m sh.ot 

l.'.ll.T in. ■,,...,. ... | ,,, ■■ " ' '■'"■I- i. |.„.| [, ,. , „ 

PIANOS AWn .. . """• 



J ™'««Pl«d»od, „«"",, ," D RE PAIflED. 
|"'"' , " Mi ^l. M.;.i' ' , '" 1 ■ Injtranionlii , K.i, 



' URQW N 4: REXFOIID. ProprM« 

AMERICAN HOTEl"| 

iomalbb. 



fi'otlco 



:".aav"3',*"«" 



THE CALIFOR NIA JF ABMEB. 



63 




SUGAR-CANS MILLS 



COOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR, 

Fitrt Premiums at Thirty National mil State Fairs- 

THE ONLY BBL IABLB EVAPORATOB ! 

FOR ECONOMY 1H FUEL, Meelli-or? In co.!"n,cik-n. 
nl|«Ti-rilv In i[J- — t, nil J iilmlllj- l'( ivork, ll U IKJorJ 
liii'i'i'f it k'aiilV. TTw pre-eei Mil, |.rW. ol ^"^^ ;;.'.' 



3.000°, 



REAPERS ASTX> MOWERS. 

WB OFFER TO THE CALIFORNIA FARMERS, AS USUAL, THIS SEASON". A MACHINE EVERY 
WKtan adapted, Ip POWER, DURABILITY, SIMPIIOITY OF OONSTBCOTIOK, and COTIIKG 
CAPACITY, loPod to tho deraaada or this great Orala-snowlng Stale. 
Tboi>i;;a]iitchjtKlItistlt» of the 

J\ew-York Combined lVIaoHiixes, are 

BKlOHT Iltt*DGBT-»rf*lii( Ima. . -Arbor GrMisAw bed, ana lUM W-lnd. Greta-wheel, opporiu, each other, 
■id. TWO l-i-.ii-. ■ 1 1 rilFFI-'HI -■'! li/.O, i '■■■ ■■'• 'U*t out ID rlvo a quicker ro-jdon In I Be Vnllo In MOW! 
3d. A DEI"!' I I v ! 'l i'MTIili;:!. -iji'l. ■■ ■'■ ■■-'■ 1 ■- I"—"" I ' I ■':■■ '■' J '" ■■' OI ™r.Tnr. m i-.l:. r ill- Cut 
4lh- THE I'M'll ITV :.iH] »;j!-.-i[ :■■- '! .■.■:■■■!■■ ■' ■:■"! UrnH-iGLlll lr„-ii I, M ,-*.-t [■■> tl-.,|-.!r, ur [be h,-at ■)! liu I 
».n. Ea'"^ ■.■'■■'■' ■Vii-'-'i^'KF-h'-'-'.'i ■■"-nV,...-.'.s Fl^bTAHDa UFfUGUT. 



A full Assortment of A'gricxi.lt7u.ral Implements, 
fc*h*ih.i-«K^^.«^ ^ ARTHUR & soiv, 

E} AGHICDLTUaAL WAKEROU3E....Cnrn«r Waahlrifrtari Mill DuvhilrnH.... 




Splendid Hops for Sale! 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE 




Steamboats and Hotels, 
J. P. COCGSWELL, 

Mnnoraolnrar 

COOKING STOVES, 

TIHWAEE, HARDWABB, Etc., 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

jVew Oity of 
OOLUNSVILLE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 
CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 
ANTIOCH ana HEW YOEK, 

at the mouth or tun 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

FIab been regularly laid out, surveyed, and pot 

TITLE PERFECT, 

.a. -T* .A. T E3 3S0" T 

from Ibo 
UXITEO STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 

500 
TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 

DISTRIBUTED FREEI 

To inch na shall first mnke application, and a 
UHili), CLEAR fiKKIi |liv,T. ,11 i,m.L- i.iui..jiiiji[i„r,- 



MEW CITY AND COUNTY, 
tg, they will lie ihe means of gelling 
iil,>, ibnu irilitj-wero to improve t"— 



Money Loaned 



nee it tlis Map of California la oil that Is 
ary to satisfy any reflecting mind of ihe ju- 
s selection of this mngnificent eke for a 

NEW CITY, 
over auhjeet lo overflow from the flooding 



Jfittrnrg gjjrulikri. 



Pt,ii3isr.— To ope 



F01I SALE, TO LEASE. ETC. 



ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! 
m A Tract of Land, 

-a.EMIIP.'.eiN'i AS AREA OF FOUR DUKI 

%■' 

TJUiQUfl 

UNIVERSITY MOUND SURVEY, 
and Utriro. it* mme from tbe f«l Ihil tn* Direct.™ 

Ihi taivtr .' , ..■ II.,., l.-.-.u -1,-1-. I .. .ii. ,.i :.l., 

a; 



~Wa.sliingf IVIaeliirie 
: E CO NOMY!" 

TOTS IS A MACHINE THAT SHOULD BE IN USE 
>r, FamilT, to be Jailli and fully appreciated, 
i Machine li of treat poncr and durability, with 



iwplo and compound 1< 




8 AS FRANCISCO. 



CELEBRATED FEACEfilAEEE STOVE, 
For Sale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 




HThe Best Location For 
Residences. 

•UVniQ LAID OUT MY PBOPEIITY, WHICH 1- 

H)ITY OF bAN JOSE. 
Into Lots and (streets. 

1»*hm of ihs I -j.i men r.nJ finHici of San Frane! 

ftwiiBH n..«.»>hjv, j.jj| },„„ 1, iH,, n ,] Fib 

WtlWof ir, i|,-:iu iirl-.,.,. : , : , ,.;,.,, :,,]„•. ,„ l.u'1,1 ll,. 

t^K&t>oat Ten Lota more — Cheap, 

Xl. -FR.EJ"V7'OSI, 



Locust Trees. 



3 *" 






No. 12S Eansame itieet, near Fine, 
BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK SAN FRAN 018 00. 

Gnaoral A C oal* Tor the PaelBe Com, 
DEALBB3 IK ALL KIND3 OF 

STORES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-FDItNiSHIXG GOODS, 40. 
SOLE AGENTS FOR 

IIALLEB'S & 

X*atoiat Airtiglit S 
.FItTJIT-JAItS, 

Ibo oolr abwlulolj rellablo Jar lo nie. 
■m«its Hotil Block. No. 1S3 S>onme atreet 



i nicknamed "Old G 
i adoltersled liqoo 



Cditueb op Sonaow.— Nearly all aorroir while 
laauj, depresses oclion, dcalroyi hope, and 
ushej energy ; bat il renders the Eensitivenrn 



>ns of drought, 
rtrnle : but these 
op from tbe i 



-■- i Hi : I... in 



ml in 



e and 



fertillte the soil aboro. It la that vrilb sickness 
and rrllb sorrow; once aorrooooted, they fertilize 
tbe cboracterand develop from tbu deep foanlaioa 
of the homan heart a joy aod fruilfulacsa not 

""""'" -"v — 

DBPIRITIOH AND PftffEIBTV or THE TIHH ''Cop- 

FEKitEiD." — A copperhead is a venomous serpent. 

among Kblcb it principally lives, and from Ihia 
pecnliarity it has come lo be known as "the nnaka 
In the gross." It manifests itself by a prolooged 

oot understand this, and enters ita haunts, is 
stnng, generally from behind, and without oppor- 
tunity for protection. Of all snakea it is tbe sly- 
cat and meanest. The reader "ill probably sen 

natoral world, and the diagosting aerpent in the 

who does not posscsa the characteristics will bo 



f ihle I 



Is ; Union Dernocra 



of tl 



■,-,-kirl 



farcbouses were built at the line of tho 

DKiHEST El. 1 1011 I. AST WINTER, 
est region of fine country around it is ro 



Great and Commercial City, 

e a midway Btoppidg-plnee for the stet 
-idy, at and .ir.,,in.| c..||i,,..,)|.., i[,,.,. 



^10,000. 

Tlio Farming Country in Solano County can 
not lie Surpassed, 

ine toil, springs of pure water, etc., etc. Tho 
inline ii rijil.l.r, bull, in ,:..[„r,i,-r nn.l v. iot.-r, 
lan olmoat any other purl of California. 

A CITY 
ilb such a siluaiion, surrounded by an magoifi- 

A'OUKAT and Cl.ntlliilS DESTINY. 



Over One Hundreil Miles to those who Drive 
Slock to lliaE Maiice.. 

omc pemoori, not real ill ng tho immense rlso on 
roperty in new ciliuj, ia,iy"6;iy : ■'How t-jn woaf- 
,nj t,>i;iv t ..ivay aotnaoy lolJ, oot kuur.-irit: lx,v, 
may will be actual Bottlers?" 
Why, utmliTneii, if by tivins r.way five hundred 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 

rpnlS NEW INVENTION, THE ONLY ONE OP 

noted Sept , IffiO, snrl is at,™ for tho Erst time offered 
i the Paclfle Coiat. 

This MORTISINO MACHINE la not a larfto euio- 
or»mo iinploment, bat of such a ilio aa to bo etrriad 
from jdaeo to place lo Ihe bnnd easily, yet capable o- 
" t » PERFECTLY SQUARE MORTISE, In a finf 
,tyle, of any ciu, tram IVa Inches to any dtmes- 
ranted. It will make a mortise four iochts deep 

Machine works with a Lever Pewer, which one 
_._ can easily operate— the I'iiinan, Link „.,,! fin 

.dlalrablj. Il is a vorj StMPLB MACJlm-: , '.'.:, t ill 



CI tie, t 



i pays i 



ir thoai 




The Very lots You now Ecccive may In 

less than Three Years be Worth 

Thousands of Dollars ! 



TO ACE NTS. 

Aiiy person who will act as Agent, and get up i 



Collinsville Land Company. 

OFFICE: 

318 California Street. S.F., Gal. 

Box Ho. 1015 Post OffieelSan Francisco, 



'III 


BOlk DlC of this M 


ohlu 


Ir, 


„ nr 








































1 ll 










































"i'll,! 






ll„ 




.ii ! .f.,:'; ,1 


ewiu 




aylo 


tho 


li|jj 




PEBSOKS WISHING TO BTJT EIGHTS 








IS 


- l-lr- 




i..i , 


ped, or may write 1 




rmer 


who will nc 



WARMAN A LITTLE. 



Twenty-five Cents 1 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

o. GaUOLAY STREET. ..SAN PRAN0I8C0. 

^on so cHisrars. 



Pilot ographs lor 83 per Dozen. 

le-niiod PbotocTsph-. the tame horoloforo taken 



««'"»"■ or luipoalers 1 ! 

rhopuhlloaroaetlDed thai this li Iho onlv OallerT 

'11 -I ll.» I1..U." ,■>■-.!, -J .(,,. „,,, M „ ,,... ..,,., ,,, 

thopavocaent«ill. 1; KiiiHiK ll. .HHISdON' cul'iu ii 



New Washing Machine, 

"KHOWIEDOE SHALL BE IKCEEASED." 

<J'IIE SUBSCRIBER WOULD CALL THEATTBN- 



Thl. tuioloct and simple New Ihvonllon, whleb bas 
ars buu, "^"cL^H^^j""^^^* 1 ^,^™^^ 



A Pretty LRUa Oarden-Spot. 

.'■';. :",.;,:'- '"::';.'„:','/, i';!;l::.",:,'i ;;;;'."■;:',' , ;. , :; l '.'.?■ ' 



64 



THE CALIFOBNIAFAEMEE 



TRAVELING. 

PEOPLES 

STEAMSHIP LINE 

....CONNECTING.... 

California and New York 

VIA NICARACUA. 




knoir or 

•a lils irrl 

hit former gift or speed 

bu dsTeloped iUtlf; It: 

•honld be it,. Some or (be ffreslrsl 

Engliih end Ftuneb litrminr,- v.l, 

Bllcd with eloqmnce pover nod beo. 

Wlk north ». te0[ ft, canj p 0DJ .. Tbll 

«rj geunl point f 

of men of !„«<„. H „ iiH lemarVl fg 

dull writer, wba.e Dane. we B u delight 

oow, lb«t tlwy bed R0Men ( ng0|(i wn| 

privnej of borne, thej muld coovert 

beorinp; an Impreji tbnt would loiur- 



Admirnl wjlkcj w„ „ J, J* ,U - "porli tbnl 

»ouid coo iio BB .0 nm ib .&ir r'h"Tr; Q r' 1 



True Hubbard Squash, 

iii.'^imi,;;';,, 1 ;; ;■■,.. ■i, l n l .", , . , ,'.'.ii 



SUOAR-BEET S EED 

'"""•■llliliom™ J raprarod Son,,-. 



c™ *"«" r ,oW*'(.^.r , ' :, ; v ''*""«■ ''''■ ftI " , • 



v"'"--?.! 







\ 



iftSfe; 



Wmi^*Wl£§EML&®Mi!imm. 



VOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 24. 1863. 



NUMBER 9. 



€|e Mttaiia farmm 



tKD JOURNAL OF VSF.FUl. 



0OLOHEL WABBEN, Edilor. 
PUBLISHED EVERY FWDIF UORHING. 

Bfem^BynMll.rr.raDej«r,»ti[or.linionll.«.aSa Fu 



PUBLISHER, CALIFORNIA FARMER, 



'UBL1SUER,Ci 

4^ 



The Deatruotion of "Woods. 
k b careful rending of the following from 
nndian Agricnltorist, pnhlished at Toronto. 
TVe go for the destruction of weeds from 



1 Vitality It 



ileoftTil io Iheirvorious 

rulemtnl, ond ibo profile! 



iced. Nor is their won- 
kable. If (he ground he 

ftr'enl kind from any observed before. They amy 

the air, and rain nnd sun, Ihe little speck of ritnl- 
itj within germinntea as if tho seed bud freshly 
'nllcn I No limits ton be assigned io tbo vim I 
Inrabililj or some kinds or lecda, when buried 
deeply In Ibo groi 



ofbea 



Bie subject. Some of I 



it yielding wh- 



' ntigbhoiinc: Si .!-:>. bate, in consequence of over- 

exbaufted and filled with seeds or the different 
i^H&islies or weeds, ns to be wholly Incapable of 
I yielding a vfuinneralivc crop; and no inennsid- 
^^KSable portion of Fnch lands may doit be regarded 
i^HfeillprBrticnlpurposes, ns in a i late of wilder- 
\*JP*i nnt oeenpled, unfortunately, with slntely 
foreit tree?, hut with varien;. fptcie^ of pe-lifur- 
BBus weeds, the bane of all successful cultivation. 
i^^co on binds where need! bare not as yet ob- 



IdoIo 



OWtipg a 

HKeocld be correctly BieerU 
^Rlly frightful. Erery weed, i 
P'jtred, that is en tiered to cro- 

E« cultivated cron of a eerie 

lowers the it™ 

eerionily agni: 

In order to 
lltonld never 



and slovenly system nf culli 



Ibo farmer, and through 



if tbe 



, rid tbL 



pulling, and deeply slirrin, 
Mpg the rootlets lo Ihcnctii 
nSji* operation or sucnnie 
known lo vegetable pbysi 



lately ■« 



rd by careru 
by eipo 



Hum 

fly be got riil i.f lii [Hilling t htm up by the rooli 
^^bn tbe ground is in a moist state. The jello 

4ock is rapidly fjifcdlrii: in -™r tonliiirs I 



"J^HKken to pull tbe young plaou before Ihcy hi 

b^H& matured. Burdodu me often round occc 

I PI'»g tbe bet ground*, 10 Ihe c a tn [1 : ■ ie npuliio 

-i^Hbnrything hesldo ; these can only be eradict 

Ifli^BEbj completely uprooting then,. The dedrne 

JT^Hffilt>ftbi».nO otter bnr-be.riu c pl„.,i: 

•J* (ft-Of great importance, cut only t„ H,e piod.ic 

I. Htentii of cultivated crop--, ■•> l.-'tli, r rniii or 

puin, tot ■].<,:, i.j il,e cmfort and Ibriftinetl of 

jjfr 1 Sleep, wbieb are always incommoded mil inj.ircd 

Er^ Ucreby. 

HBlkrmen would make a point of cnlting du»o 

. lO«njccn.i,l-;.l,k. bight, Ihe appeur.mr^ of tiieir 

koldlucj would not only I..; greatly Improved, but 

lb-tit Eropi would rsitiTr u prnpiirlioniile in- 

■"* «™U(. Il U phy.icallT ir— - -■< '■■ •— f - IJ 



[-.!,,- 



eedi and tbe other or 



be former will 
■H'ebtxin the ma.lery uf [be latter. ' The * 

gMfo™edl,your ! ig..-^f,., 1 ,. r , :i re, h, ut gk. 

M w„d«, »; tb„u 



reipecMlyd 



id plot 



!*** >bOUld bs „ refu |[j .,„[ pt H-..l,e.,Uy ,.„„..:.. 

' "dlseptclenn ■ „„,] lh „ Undlldej n nd bo.d^rj of 

^ MjMnialos, ull j aiJ „ fl .j .,,., M , 1i; „ tir , c ,,', J. 

^> tortd to ripen il, , ac<i . hv ile.idilv following 

. »«.neh • cour.e the annoyance, and lo»es of 

It- htmer wool.i diioUiioL a 5 bi, cr. Jf .-i and pro. 

.-'^ Fl « "* "are bo^ 



strangely proline nrc tbese 



pelts. Prof Buckroan, by lb 



mon gronn 


■el will 


rodu 


e 


nOO s 


eeds i 


on 




'bo grace 


nl rn 




rklo 


■beds 




prodoctive 


eeds: an 


the 


red 




y, wbi 


b i 


'Mines tbe 


cornfields 


or tb 


ch 


Iknn 






of BnglBot 


produce 


50 




mini) 


but 


rim 


eeds. Th 




In h 










Bind ils 20 


DO flossy 


arac 


utc 


, boa 


Dgtb 


ger 


mmatingca 


-lit..- ipc 


k, lo 




ulatc 


with 




ireatb or b 


r and tak 


roo 


far 




The 


com 


destined to 


els fall i 
Dandello 




z 


olid 


grains 


.'£ 


le seeds, ea 


cb ruroish 


d triih no 


inim 


table 




atus for a 


distant f 


gbt. 


Th 


cow 


pnrsn 


p. ■ 


neglected, v. 


en ; tbe _\ 


ny'w 


ed, 


nls; 


; tbe 


don 


3.S0O. Nor 


sit audio 


ent lo 


cot 


down 


their 


ear 


og plants, 


and leare 


Ibero 


to 


dryo 


a tho 


nn 


cap or wi 


ber on tl 




lud 


Th 






tem and le 


v« of the 


cut 


ow 


plan 


t still 


rise 






cop ill Dgui 



FlBtlrori for Shoep. 



juld i 



. prelly 



and a 



Ills intolerable I 



indolent former 
is neighbors' fie! 
1 injury ho inn 



..-,1.1 



rouerty end labnr are deteriorated by his enre- 
issness. Aleiandtr II of Scotland, denounced 
ml mno to be a traitor "who poisons the king's 
nds with weeds, and introduces thereby a bust 
foncmies." And It mi said that whoever was 
mnd to have Ibree heads of tbe common slar- 

i»lk. lu Denmork, tho fanners oro bound by 
in- 10 destroy tbe corn -marigold ; In France a 
is neighbor who n eg 1 1 



cntBlbc lb if 


lesa 


on bis land at the proper soa- 


son. Tn Aos 


ralla 


a similar regulation b 


B been 


mposed by 1 


Risln 


Ire authority, with, it 


s said, 










ievo, cnaclm 


afll 


are been issued again s 


allow- 


ng ibistles U 




on tho roadsides and 
Olb from the Legislat 


iposed 
re nod 


township co 


poral 


ons T and it i, passing 


tranga 




oris 


t and beneficial regu 


atinns, 


on the prope 


r obs 


errnncu of which both 


private 




• hit 






















and tho wbol 


y»g 










forming ns they ( 


3 insuperable barriers 




cultural prog 












nul prosperity. 




[But a little 


^QmBF l»lA.<Mnh <n 






■Tlv 




e Can- 


ada Thistle,' 








was nnmista 


bebli 


quoted as an illnstrn 


lion of 


Dutch legi.la 


ivo 


issnmpllon and stupidity. The 


wisdom of Ih 








will bi once 


■0 m 


milled, and tbe Inlclli 




tbe Keystone 


leg is 


Btors (indicated. In 


act, tbe 


Legislature of Pen 


nsylvanin, by taking tl 


initio. 






r, bas proved Itself in 


dvanco 


of the times. 


The 


man who introduced 


mi mi 


— u be has 


not 


mistaken bis calling. 


%efu 


legislation, as the 


exception, should be 


onoret 


ond rewardo 


. "J 


word to tbe wise, etc' 


Wb» 


has our Legi 


la tor 


done Ihia session to 


enconr- 










Vi "can't s. 


it." 


VS.. 




More 


0^ 


dt Beet-RooC Busnr 


lm 








re thai 


I have just rend in 


,-our lutbuoberortb 


Fiim- 










This 






agitation of 




ctso Imponant to ou 


Slato 


Do not furge 






our Ibo 


;™ ( n '"" br 


th. 


it ia your duty to en 


outage 






r State 



il would save several mlllinns nr dnllnri. You 
remember, I think, the experiment we made, with 
sir. Delcsseit, lu IBST. Everything was explained 

could bo realized In «ucb a manuraotore. Il was 
proved, alio, tbnt Oalirornla is superior to Europo 
for thnt produciion, In many respucta, which I 
will not undertake to cnumcrnio <o-day. Cot if 

io fact, ir you think that with the present high 

motion I nan— as I was connected with ibo at- 

wayi for homo industry. 1 will not, on this ac- 
count, however, u.^l.tl ill.- r,ilk culture ijueilioo. 
Yours, iruly, L. PsirosT. 



tring nol unfavorably wilb the gold r e ver ol Wall 
ree,t. Tbe tonjorit) or the big prices bavo been 
tid by gentlemen from tbls State, who are by 
lis means transferring to Ohio Ibe best members 
ie Bnc'st flocks In Yermont. Among ibo sales 
reported by tbe Middlebury Register oro the fol- 
lowing: By 0. D. Lane, 33 eves' nod one mm, for 
£3,000 ; S. S. Rockwell, 18 ones, for SU00 ; P. 
Elilborp, G trees Inmbs, fnr 5600; S. Andrews, 7 
ewes, forSr.50! S. 11. Dean, 4 ewes, rorS30O; and 
H. Gilford, one ram for $300. Theso lots were nil 
bought by John Foster, Esq., of Guernsey county. 
Sir. Mnnholm, or this State, bnoght or E. SaoTord 
G yearling owes, for SHOD; uud llessrs. TYood, 
Holmes, and Singer, bought nr tho same gentle- 
man, 17 yearling ewes, fnr S1300. The Rutland 
Herald reports that Jcssa Hinds, nf Brandon, sold 
io C. D. Sweet, or North Bennington, Yt., 26 two- 
yenr-nld, and 1 yearling eives, for S300U ; and Mr 
Henry Hamninn sntd Genes fruo bis flock, fa 
52000. There can be no doubt of Ibo fact tbn 
these were all fine animals, and as the roundatioi 

(look's; 



Lawfl for tho Stole) At-rlcnltural Society- 
.'b give below, aa ivo rind ibetn published, tl 
iwi pasjedjat Ibe present session nf the Lrgisli 
ircln reference to tho Calir^rnia Slate Agricu 
iral Society. These laivs m»|o radical cbang. 



1 Ihei 



i of gen 



IS ACT supplemental lo an Act 
State Agricultural Society, 1 
18SI, and amended March 20, 



•olors, five nf whom shall cons 

aid Board of Agriculture shall bo 



■s or tbe Slate Agric 
cgaiea from each Cot 
.bin this Slate, incur 



orated under tbe gi 
Dislricl Agricultort 



d Ihut which Ihcy would r- 



ply ns wuol.growe 



is tbei: 






— [Ohio Farmer 



>W to Cnicli Oophern. 
Is reply to the inquiry, for a way lo get' rid ol 
1 Gophers, I will give you my method, 
pondent nf Ibe Prairie Farmer : 

ig Ibe spring ; the box without end b 



nd dee 



'ogh, : 



1 tbe 



ndlbc hoi placed over it, Ihe trap will s 
jthout slrikiog the sides or lop or tbe box. Non 
rocced to where a gopher bas thrown up a fresh 
ound, 11 nd with a spade dig until you End" their 
ain trail, which will bo inmn two feet, more nr 
ss, fmm tbo mound, and a Toot or more from Ibe 

ie length and width :( the box, place Ihe tropin 

ren with Ihe jaws being careful 10 nol get it uu- 
erlhopnn to prcvenl lis springing; place tbe 
trap, having Ibe trap and hoi paral- 



1 .villi ll 



cither 



Ibe trap and box is placed right Ibo gop 




a mow, will I:., more snlid tbau at 

surface, and the whole will be very much off 

by ibe qnauillyor K ruinih(loniopont (Ifnny) 
and tbe depth or Ibe hny. -^ 

But, baying occasion tn Hlf! ton in my b. 
lo bo sure of Ihe quBulily for future reforcno 

Ihn hny removed weighed 3,020 lbs, thus mi 




Tbe Board of A-riculi 



Med al tho State Agricultural Can 

The Board of Agriculture may 
if the President choose one of II 



Sec, 6. Tho Board of A 



first day of Jan 



,■ of each year in w 

-norafullonddcUiiici 
ions, Including nil 1 
ollccled and informal 



h.u.-i.-r |.ur].o-,-. 1../.1I,- 
as experience and good 
for tho advancement of Iho 



cry expenditure 
fith such sugges 
licv shall dictate 
it interest of tin 
ed as alher Stall 



iinl.l,- am .-r of persons 

illnllb,-. Irumlwelvfo'clot 

i the day iii'ur 11,." I....- 



it., ('mi, imuion a* shall maku it conform 10 lb. 

provisions u r ibis Act. 

Willi the provision j ol 1I11: .;■:, ,:,,. h.r.l.v' ■-'■ 
poaled. 

Sec. 11. Tbls Act ahull bo In effect frum and 
after lis passage. 

Approved March 12, 18D3. 

AN ACTto nmend an Act entitled an Act tn 
smendnnActto incorporate n Sin,. Aurkul- 
10r.il H.jcieiy, nnd-^ri appropriate money foi 

it, =o|i|H.rl, nppioi,-,] Jl.iy I 1, 1 s :,-l, and „in-nd- 
cd .M.irtli .10, l-i,S, ,L|,|, r y, ,| Ji.irch 12, 18ii3. 

c 2. -iaid Hoard or ,U-ri- 






nnd in tho month ol J.,nii„ry -..iv 1 
after, lo consist of tho III,, im-mi.t-rs ii 
nembers of the Stale Agrlcliara] ,s 
..nr d. I, .,-.!!.,. Iroui each Counly Agrlo 
My wiihin tlii-: s, llL ,- in,.„ r .".„ ril ,,| 
:enerflllaw, of tlii- Ni. ltl . for sn-.-ti ro 



nto Agricultural Com 



neuded March 30, IBM, approved Jiaroh 
ti 1. The Board of Directors mentioned 



General Fund. Sail 
the President ond Si 
rectors, and the Trei 



f funds Ibis — day 



hall indorse on 
d and nol paid 
— A. n. 186-," 

nod debt? doe the 
ue first dny of Jnn- 

in oi Ihe debts of 
efirsl day or Jnn- 



il year hcrenllcr -n .11 be plac 



iug each 
! fur 



and 



and nil moneys received from nppropn. 














an tbo 






Hec. 2. The Directors shall each yea 
































.-ili-n-ndorinunl [be ont-l '.udin- w.irr.m 




Ihe General Fund, naming the time a 








Said Board sbnll accept iho bids that wi 




dersaid warrants for Ibe lowest per c 








Board mny accept b bid for a part oruni 






duo 


juch warrant; provided, snid Directors 


hall n 



awarded by any Committee 
t bas been approved by Ihe 



Sec. S. This Act shall tnl 
Approved April 13, Wi. 



of general interest which v, 

AN ACT to amend an Act 
uing Hogs found run 
nties of Marin, Sjorai 



..,-i April 



■1 i.:inr 



Secilnn 1. The title of said Ael is hereby 
.Tjended so as to read as follows : "An Act con- 
;rning hogs round running at l,u h -o in certain 
lonii,-. in ihisSuilo." 

rai.-tl.ieil so, n 10 fund 1,1 follows': 1 8,'r. 1, C 'aU 
■ >g.; found lr»?]).iH-ini! il].on the premises of any 



andUutl. 



, Y11I 



of Juslioo lii Ibis Slate, pas 



iVuS oF|hd ™ 



Win 



ico. i-.ii. The following 
isbs: First— Those wl 
at the lime of their p 
Second-Cbildren ut. 
in the opinion of Ibo 



ruty. Third— Moug 



jorily rote, uheluer -in- 
ek-eled lij 1 Lj ,_- 1 r re.,|...-. 
Agricultural Socielics, n 



provli 



□ Ibis 



Sec. 1. This Aci ahnll bo in force fmn 
fler II. passage. 
Approved March 12, 1S03. 

Wo also copy, as we find It In ihe Dee, nn 
"liqoidnio" the indobledn 



of 



sbil- 



warArtris.— A glass of whisky ii 
naauractured from perhaps a di 
torn, ibe value nr which Is loo sran 
itcd. A pim of tbls mixture soils 
ing, and if of a good brand, Is c. 

-it firtj the hr.iin, sharpeoa ibo uppctito, dernngei 
,nd weakens Ihn physical lyaiem. 0n the same 



a million of types-It brings intelligence from Ibe 
four quarters uf Ihn globe. Tho newspaper costs 
less than [he glass of grng— tho juice of a few 
grains of corn ; bul ll is no Itss Elrnuuo than true 



-,!■-;.■ porii 






<my.l1.11t,. 



66 



Some Thoughts l/pou the Cultaro and Fran' 

lag of Hi,7 Gtwit barry. 
A writer in Ibe Prairie Farmer says; "Thai 
knowledge is power," every frill t-grower will be 
willing it on.-- to concede., not* Mutant! tag all 
In-addle we hurt, una" are occasionally obliged 



nlhoi 



k-Iearn 



Mftfo! 



,f the 1 



, digctliog 



learning, why pay noy alieolian lo Iho well writ- 
ten onirics of A. k B. They most of course be 
ignored, and if I woold mike nny progress, it 
most be by Ibe diet or experiment, ■■d aa , ' 10 
coolinoonj application of my own thinking, as 
tboogbnol one or tbe hnmen family bid ever 
traversed the time course, and I im to disregard 
■II tbeir past experience, which they kindly offer 
(o rat, and ell forsooth, because I band It in a 
book. If I am lo be divested or all koowlcdgo to 
be attained by book-learning (either upon hus- 
bandry or frnil-growiog) bow very lamentable 
would be my stock o! knowledge 1 Give roe, first, 
a good theory to start with, sod then let me dem- 
onstrate for myself. 

The Gooseberry Is generally, and may I not lay 
almost oniversnlly, ibe moat difficult crop lo pro- 
dace or any of tbe numerous claai of hardy small 
frails. 



I, lb, -in 



a il is m 
it with tbe lo 



■ntbi 



"if it stiou 



ball h 



THE OA.LIFOBNIAJ^AE^EE^ 

I / Wool-Growing 
mU.S. tMonotDlst,«pcflkingot 



uib.s. 



described for the top, sbort- 
nls. I woold add bero taut, 

i through should t 



l/s*< 



&eo Murder. 

Tin; folio wing capital bit from tho "London Gai 

doaera' Weekly Magaiino," wo bopo will pot larr 

of oor cultivators lo thinking a littlo. It la real! 



ok, end lie 
tbey will boiv Ibelr head 



(after pointing) 
firmly with cllbor a c 
otherwise, after a rain 
opoo tho ground. But do you say, p; 
all Ibis ado, when wo hare kinds Ibi 
mildew? socb as Shaken Jlouolair 
Houghton's Seedling, etc., etc. Tbey i 
for Goosi 



that may be [ 






ill matters. I would prefer one peck nf 

Ipbur, Golden Ball^Crib* Gob, Asbton 

j, Cheshire Lass, Tor my own eating, gri 

._.« way, than one bushel, and let them b 

duced upon tbe let-alone principle. > 

Hew end Bars Japan Idly. 
Is July list, says tho Boitoa Transcript, 
Istributed at tbe weekly show of the 



Kb* 



nv.-liiM 



cully, is what the fruil-grnirrr in 
climate requires, and If after a pall 
lion of books, aed intelligent appli, 
elusions come In in the premises, 
attain lo a power hilly Bdeqoute to 
or the case, then we sbali be belter pleased than If 
wo bad 110 difficulty to contend with. There ar 
two Ibing* in be brought into requisition iu lb 
productioo of this healthy nod dtlicioos froi 
First, proper prunlug, aod secondly, a high slat 
of col to re. 
The Gooseberry oogbt to bo pruocd in Ibe see 

at least, not later than tbo beginning of Scplem 
ber. 

Sooseberry who 



CuUur 



tbet 



enlin i 



well, and 



laller as sorely as we can tho Termer, we woold 
again replant our baoisbed ploms. Jiildew is 
overcome on/y by the intelligent use of the clip- 
pers, aod at tbe same lime the froit Is greatly en- 
larged, whilst the juices nre roach improved in their 
saccharine qualities. 

We will sopposoa tree or bush Blooding upon 
nslem, say eight nr lea Inches from tbe dressing 
lo tbe lowest Inleral branches, of which there 
oogbt not to be more io a "tree than fuur, or at 

so placed tbat they will be properly distributed 
aroond Ibe tree. We take bold of each of these 



5 nJ din 



Unco 



Is, by II 



berry tree 


elan 


da a 




pol 


, den 


aded of 


all its 














fp 






currant tr 




1'bii 


est, 


tbo 


ghee 


m 




overo 


pranlnp. 


nose 


fru 
nil 


tBp 


■el 


ickly 
as t 






d tbe 

nf the 


tree, if Ibe lira 








rlmn 








distance. 


The 


«pri 


gr 




resn 


oil 


ted 






wel 
















tin 






Is a 


In 






the assign 


dli 




ter 


such 


a lop 




nrTj 




Blthlsjno 






icn 


ar ■ 










all the former 




Is: 












■bout Ibe 


■lie 


of 


ea; 


yon 


may 


ob 




fresh 



duller of fruit tho ee: 
left open, so tbat the i 
while its well filled I 



ly Ibis I 



1 nnpr. 



ingly lo tbe ] 



oided i 



epbyr. 



e It dDi 



Pultun o/ tht CoowSory.— That the Goosebei 
■I well ns the Current, Is a gross feeder, fa 
prom, aod in order that the fruit may be such 
we have proposed, In ibe thooghts given on I 



witb ft 
theroe 






up the i 



■■ IV, 



i Ibrc 



toll. Lei 

drawn with ibe boo lightly over Ibis. We parson 
this mtthnd, in order to induce another tier of 
roots near the sorfoce, Icteoded to be of use by 
aclin E more immediately upon Iho froit by food 



,n llu.il. 






chief agent 
and fruit a 



rain after timi 
srthao 



If ll 



ualog of 
ed, tho 



Immediately after bearing 
aeit season ., clomp of 6broos 
"part cot, lhal will be Ihe 
tlmo Id collecting both wood 
Pork up lightly around Ibe 
io Spring, as far as Ibe first 



ly known as "Jap 
months of Angus 
every garden. 
The plant now 

mnn application < 



lugbt from Japan 
n deb ted to tbat i 
showy plants a 



, though a Illy from 

in Lilly" in Ihe com- 

Tbe Japan Lilies 



:iosum," the many fine se 
ingalsbed by tbo adjee 
irs, or by the fancy name; 



Whether it is a hybrid between ouy of the com- 
mon Japan Lilies and Lilom longiflornm (which 
Id some respects It resembles), is a question wo 

seem against Els being n hybrid or variety. 

There were two flowers 'eihlbited-ibe bad or 
tbe larger five days before expi 



lensively [ 
their neig 
among Iho 

bytr 



IB a very useful art, because it Ii 
ocllced; and as people like toe 
hors, no doabt wo shall be cou 
lumber of our nation's patriots, ll 
explain a few of ihn processes wl 
commonly crippled, rendered u nf 
■henllby, or killed outright. 



Wo advi 

it should bo ns late as possible in Ibe plnntlog 
season. By this method iho purchaser will mnka 
pretty sure of obtaining. the weakest and most ug- 
ly of the slock, left iii'rilt nursery error all the 
foolish people who like to keep their trees nlii 
have bad their pick. When the trees arrive boi 
lay them anywheres, and ha sure their roots o 
nnl covered. The more the a'ir, frost nnd sonshi 
act nn their ronls, tbe better. When they n 

pasty condition ; do not prune Ibcto ; let nil t 



wool-gtowii 
iber, says: For Ihe 
wo bnvo predicted in our rorports of tbo market 
that wool could not fail lo advance under Ihe in- 
creased demand produced by Iho fulling off of Ibo 
usual supply of cotton, o D d wo now think the 
subject of sufficient Imparlance to give It a place 
In our editorial colnmns. Before lite breaking 
nut nf tbo rebellion tho quantity of wool used in 
tbe United Stales was sopposed lo bo not for 
abort of 100,000,000 paouda. Of Ibis quantity 
ont more than 60,000,000 pounds we ro grown in 
Ihn country— tho balance (48,000,000) was import- 
ed. Tho overage price paid to wool-growers wits 
about thirty coals n poond ; and, at that price, it 
paid a haudsomo profit, as will be seen by ibo fol- 
lowing estimate, made by a practical wool-gro' 






nnll i 



ivill b 



n Ibis ei 



irlugl 






J j.L-L-li 



cad thou 



take caro r, 


oil 


slake tncm. 


They tri 


ce 


ainly begin 


be spring 


an. 


endeavor Id 


mpedimen 


Is to 


tbeir well-do 


mposed n 




hem by Ihe Ii 



bes, Iho < 
als, straightened out, ei 
rbltc, wilh bond uf jell, 
b petal, tbe ootsides of 

n.iuii Jnpau Lily ; the 
iranl, and continues I 
•It. Tbo flowers eibihit 
though started under gb 



u dine 



lower is powerfully 

perfection about 

■d bloomed io Iheopr 



tod for 



i Ploiu, hy whom Ibe; 
I and exhibited. Tbi 
ition Ihe Lily tribo ha 



i any j 



ways admired "Japan Lilies." We under* 
ml tbe Lilies exhibited received the nwnrd 
Ivor medal from tbo Flower Committee of tbo 
icicty, and that Mr. Pnrkmnn has hod Iho Hi 
s photographed and painted. There are 
her bnlbs not yet bloomed, from which we u 

This lily bns been shown In Bogland, the past 
nson, sad was first flowered by Mi 
Boa, of Chelsea aod Exeter Kurscrii 
;d by tbem, at tho South 
ral Exhihi 



,e Hall of ■ 
ly. Of ll 



osiogton rj ( 
i Ibe same lime 



d much, aod a< 



bcioly of tbo 



..■vlt.v ,,r„i 



■ ardy, Ibe whole fioricultun 
lebi of grallludo to Its ioirodueer 
y grnlifying that io the present cai 
.0 wait until tbo plant becomes wel 
-ope, but we have it from its prlmi 



might o 






rngomi 



ncd. Fo 



indpliotograp 



On the Bovrilg of 



Tlth earth. Borne se. 

they require only lo be sprl^ 

" gcotly pressed into lb ( 

Iher provo very dry, , 



cal Mngaxino for October, whlcb 
of the Boclely ; Iho figure, bon- 
tbe benuty of tho 



Flower Seeds.. 
raising flowers froit 
hear io mlod tbat Ihi 



on iocb In depth j 
g Glory, etc., ibrc, 
and seeds of tbe la 



Id be kept moder. 
sprinkling nf v. 
pea ranee. Whei 
e plants must bn 



ing plants with shreds, just as if tbey 
ring on a nail. This will make plenty ol 



practice, let them aim nt tho slems nf the trees, 
and see bnw many huTlctsithey can plant In the 




endred sheep in six yenre, a 


of his experience. 
Iho low rale of 3 


tindi to the 
1603— 10O 
d 50 rams} 


fleoco : 

wes will raise 

300 lbs wool nt 


100 lambs (50 ewes 
30c, S00. 


1804—150 
d 75 rams) 
1865— 225 


owes will raise 150 lambs (75 ewes 
GOD lbs wool at 30c, SIB0. 
wes will raise 221 lambs (112 owea 


d 112 rams) 1,050 lbs wool 
1860—337 ewes will raise 3 
d 169 rams), 1,725 lbs woo 
1867—505 ewes will raise E 


at 30c, 5315. 
30 lambs (163 awes 
at30c,S517 50. 
05 Iambi (252 ewes 


d 252 rams 

d 378 rams 
Tolnl lb3 a 


, 2,336 lbs woo 
wes will raise 
4,i!61 lbs wod 


at 30a, S820 80. 
57 lambs (378 ewes 
at 30o, SI, 275 30. 
rs, 10,662. 


Total raluo 
At the cad 
173 sheep n 


at 30c per !b,S. 
ilh ibo wool o 


, and 10,562 lbs of 




tart with, 
heep givo 
the above 



ssibiliy or Its being too high u 
eugoged iu, or acqoninted wilh 



a pound. JV 
rod. by the mo 



goods which wns o. 
in at ibe brea 
worked olT; n 



7 Wool w. 

| Hon is 00 c 
ir-beaded mi 

would not i 



'ears. Tbe basis of 
X surplos or cotton 
all parts of Chris- 
f Iho rebellion, bns 
nko yenrs of pence 



l the 



s populi 



ar properties of Iheir Patent Aile-grcas 
At first their invention made but slow r 
it ihunb-i to tbo liberal and oppreoiatii 
' a largo portion of the teamsters an. 
-opriotors of California, the demnnd i 
anufneture has gradually incrensed, a 
itbslamilng lha many spurious imitation 

HiL AXLE-UREASE hos now'^'iiu 
urn-Bled repulatiun, exlcnding IbrouRh 

nglbund hrendil,,,,- i.-.,i,|.. u ,.....' 

■-'ii;lil.e.rin h ' Territories. K ' 

Bui whilst ,he subscribers return tbeir 
:knowledgemenls lo a di.cerulng pnhl 

iKsso largely puinmi/crl Hili, L . v „|.„ 

■'t.lI l,r„.|,r:.t(.,r, „i i|, u prolmcled dil 

ml. The sopply of raw mlTen,." from"' 



SEED WAHEHOUSE. 

(L'STAISLI-HGD IB 18G0J 

S. SV . MOORE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "DEALER ij 
ALL KINDS OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

....AND.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

SO. 80S CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Snnramo and Montgomery Blreels, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

THE CNLERSrUSED nAS"EfcTAfJL15nED SEOn 

him lo secure from tb* very best wnrco-tbe moil ,mt 
Iu! grotfors-lbelr eholeoit seeds gn wo, of which he ifl 
always be io receipt, aod in endle.s variety, l ap]r u 
dlrccllv from Fraucn oad EagUnd, from 
reDjvhn'ililo houses; eoma of iho most 



It bat b 
lo Cillfrr 



bo it cardensrs taj 
icd, that Jtediribsd 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover; Hungarian Grass- 
KiDtnckj Rlue-gross; Orchnrd Grass; 
? i Sainfoin Grass 

I, TimnthyGra;s; 

While [>u-b i'lovr, 
er, Luceroo, 4c. ie. fcc. 



— . Inp Grn 
English Rye-gros 
Red Clover; 



EVERY VARIETY OF 

KEKT , i-\l;n.MJK, fAllltOT. RAmSn.TDRSB 1 , 

'-^.I'VN-.it, mi.; Ij( ,n.s. l.u-rrrc h:;|i.:;-: 

TOMATO. EARLY AND LATH PEAS, 

BEAKS, i 0l , io.j j ic _ 

Tobacco Seed. 

HAVANA, VIRGINIA, CONNECT I CUT St- 
LBAP, AX9 MARYLAND TOBACCO SEHf 

COTTON SEED, 

Guano from Johnston's Island. 

FLOWER SEKDSJ300. Varied 

BTJLBS = 

oisuiiolu"™' Ir P*«™*-™«»i 

• endless virloly Imporlad direct from Tta" 



of aa. 



■ .if.|.lyir,ii ,-, 



«-':■■ ii"l ill all ,1.1,,, i ,,) Nn ,... ,. ,... r „, , fii ,],!'.. 

■ni'-.-'rilu'r'' lur j- r "' 1: '< '" "''" dil,-,!,,,,., tll \. 

^L!!' , , l . u " l .?f. i V,"' k : 1 ",. 1 " '-" I,i '"i ir'um ii'" nu V^ 



tho nobli 
l,h Ject, lli C y 



. MIT obta,7'; 



£l 






Native Caliiijrnia Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fon BiPoariTios. 

THE njfDEItSIQNED, FHOM ni3 ESTSKSff 
facilities and 

large Stock of Ev B ry Variety of sM 

Can offer unuaual Inilucomonu to 

XERCIUttrs Of TUB TRADE, FABU& 

AND LARGE RANCH OWNERS, 

WhOHishiobosopplledlnhlstino. 



b pare and fioo. The, __.. 

er of Montgomery and' 



ee lhan any r , ho spurious ""iT "' " lflWcr 
leb may hereafter be imported Vftr! «'™. 



'"Igned, Ibrouffh Ibo B_, 
itlosrau OBBAT RISKe'^ 
| thoir Orders should U '" ' 



U*:,ti^? c *°\\*"*° ?<>?■• 



W* Send for a Catalogue. 

S. W. MOORE, 

SUED WAltEHO^'^ 
408 {old Hj, 110) California «t' fl ^„j 
so/ rs.tf~" 



_ 



,/^ 



THE .QALIFOBNI A.__g 



AIRME-R. 



67 



California States. 



■rare ran] 



I DtDIANOLOOV OF CALIFORNIA 



in.l .Jf 



j3JTf.—T"f.— MISCELLANEOUS ADDENDA. 
fc«l Barbara Indin-ii— Names of thsir Banchevias. 
fH« fellow ing nr( the DIIUX.-9 of (lie 1ml i ad rumps, 
Oi rancberiris, which are lah™ from Ihe boom of 
the Mission ofS.ioln ll.irb.irn, L-ommtnnJ in IIS6 
bj fathers dc-la Soeo, Antonio I'.uer.i nod Cliris- 
HffiOramus, to w»: Guninnnost, Slasibanon- 
^Rm;a oear the Mission tilt, Salpilcl on tho 
Ftltn rauch, Eljimnn our Hie 
ftrm, Hofl'iuio Gi-li.ic nenr ill 
line (arm, Inojty. Tv.i.iq.is Kir S in Marcos— 
Hgfponulacs; Humr.lija, Cnscik (of ilcf.ipfu); 
l/lfi., Miguil.ui (i l'u=. ['ucblof); Linnohr,. Mis- 
^B^D island or Snow Crut); Gelo (ibe islet of 
^^Ej; Cnramos, or mesa; L-igcay, or Lnco ; 
ffiniboiy (Los dtiis) Cajnilili ; Mi.-'oneno, or 
Bjfene; JlujalJyclma, near L„s IMoios; Colon, 
Bjrlhe Rincoo, or at Ortegas ; Alcni, in La Go- 
Itla; Hudisbs,, Aliriilhulaino. (eslero of Goleti) ; 
Sajokincli, near llio Hurro; Clahuasa (Santa 
Tan); Snitmui, Huililoc, Ymulo, AiKjue, Sisuch 
Calais, Lopups ; Alicio, nr C.niid.i Ma. IgBacio ; 
S»Q»e^, in Sin. Croi lilond; Gkurucuqu, 
Coincbln, LaycttTSino ; Nnnaliuani, of Saoia Crui 
^HSljmao, or Lao Marco; ; Chalosu, of S. Cruz 
^Exuulpitac, or Tulare.; Ipec, Sinicon, 
JuHacj, Xnlou, Cbolosoc, Hue, Raima ; Es- 
Uc, oear S-in Marcos; Sitiuicon. Jf"'' namn: 
C*UUjn UuoiiJLTU, Kapnita, C im it.ij I <■■.>. Utnpjm, 
Docanuil, Ainruunl, Mishnyel, Xx-lieoawiuit, 

SBlBBBtStl, N-iyiyuljit, SuKhrioyot, SallinnJQSf t, 

Sogitoubiil'io, X-ilirastc. The name of tbeir 
great cennM*rv ™ tailed I"a r to cue, or Pal toe at, 
OB tho Mesa of the sea, ntsr (fan Ajpbnllum beds, 
of Golem. Cbnpulia, or Graii-bonncr, woj called 
Toe; tbe Condor, Pugou-ek; [bo Antelope, Cbiolu: 
and the Elk, SbcriT. Some accountof [heat tribes 
may be seen ia Couau.o.os EiplorioR Journey of 
mO, who bad with bi-n I'a-ire Jocipr-rn Their 

time of Gnbrillo's visit, ia October 1143. 



The : 



it cf Cahfcn 



TH* follow 


e«Uc!el 


..^i ( 


:■' 


'dings or 


the 


American 
ami toceti 


r,[i.,.,a.iac 


ody 


bold" 


Boston 3 


no- 


April I8«, 




dcu 




in lo rest! 




H, alt*. 


ioa nai a 


tide 


tally c 


reeled a 


ew 




to what I 






ve the or 




of Uie nam 


of Catiforn 


0,111 






cn- 


lamlasoknoirn Sn f 


jn- 


bate 


cen, ibis 


ac- 


HBnt or Ibe oriRia ba 










ISeblstOrii 




toll 






ing: it lo lb 


Socu-t.y, I 


at 1 may bj 


if my 0} 


the 


cArpaLrfcr; t/ tmuiamta 


hat 


Madid 






Tbe nan: 


of Colifur 






n bj- Co 




Bbo diicor 














he r 






Die 


Minority o 


Btrrar*. 


t is 




1 think, 


bat 


theeiptdli 


on of Slendota, 


153 


did ont 


see 


California : 






theyg 






Hnmbolili i 


>n ia the a 




DS of J! 






nMnt in ni 


nmeript, 


hat 


. ni 


discovers 


is 


lSZfl; but 


or ibis (her 




o other 




1 


Ii certain i 


at the nam 


doe 


not appear till IC3E 


MK..,n Ik. vnrlhl.i 




UCL- of 


Lhe Sergi 


n 


Eiplnndiiin 


the son o 


Am 


dla of 


}aul_a 


ook 




Mtrvedly 




i en— 11 






he fouod, 


believe, ( 




rce fr 


m which 


the 



,„,\,, 



this islaod, where, doing only what tbjiir gr»nd- 
mothen did, they were only buried aliie— liTing 
ere dead; passing their days 
ivirH-.ii : fame or glory, . 



Bytl 



ack oo Oon 



m CalaGs. Arrived t> 



I, Lbn i 



duces them to join 

oplc; and they tail 

rtof Hying armored 

The name of this 

of Araadis; and aficr- 



(B by tl 



Id tbo Chrisiian 
inverted lo Christianity, and marries 
hew of Amndij, and son nf Gataor, 
e got back lo Callfbrain, prouiiaioj; 
Amaionian customs. The griflins 
ies ; preferring to attack the naked 



.i,(,-.,,,iv^-dii.nns .if i:.2i. l.-.r,. ami iya;, in 

vbicli last rear, t.vc I'diliiiOJ wvre |,olili-tiL- J-.m. 
it Seville, and tbo other at Burgos. All of tbesi 
ire Spanish. 

It follows almost certainly, that Cords and bi; 
ollowers, in 1635, roust bavo been ncqoain(ed 
vilh the romance; and, as Ihey wiileil up (bi 
vest side of M.-iko. ibov ; iii|.pij ^1 ib.ry were pre- 
•iscly at the place indicated— "in the riglit band 
of the ladies." It will be remembered also [hat, 
ilingiu the saniL-iiiri-nini], Cluillb-n, In hi, 



owards the Tcrreslrh 
ban we dn ; though u 



'aradiso." We need n 
ercd the romance mo 



bul he burned EsplaaJiau. "(Ve will n> 
the son," laid be, "fur the virtues or his 
These words show Cervantes eslimnlt ■ 
early m lfiOS. It is not surprising, ihro, 

1758, the wild gcograpby of the romanVc 
taries and more after it was written. D'l! 
Ibo early French paraphroser of this romi 



river Borysthenes, near tho descent of llie liiplu-an 

Tbo only effort lo introduce It lo modern read- 

Spa'niib reprint (if H---.I. <■: in tta-_ ivr.lrli.-.l p ; ,r.i- 



.re, Ihat I thin 
f of Sir. Tickn. 
ells. To his it 



aril en 



1 Ihe n 



10'lhe nfi re^iuo of tlitir riLtovurv. Toward: 

the Dlote 0( (bin rooiaucc, tbo various Cbrblijr 

knights asieroble lo dtfend [be Emperor of Ihi 

Greeks nod ibe city of Constaniinoplo against ihi 

attacks of tbt Tnrbi and Infidels, On this occn. 

■Ion, in a rorannce publidfaed brat in 1110—55 year 

before Cortts discovered ibe American California 

— Ibe name :i|.|ie.ir.-i, ivitb precii'-ly our ip-illing, 

In tbefolloning passage: 

Soyuj, rJ. K.7. — "Know Ibal on Ibe right hand 

^ffihe Indies, there is an bland called Calif, 

f'eryoeario ibe Tcrrejlial Paradise, which 

^mopled wilh black women, wilboul any 

^M)ong them, because tbey were nccuuorr 

^Bf after Ihe fashion of the Amnions. Tbey 



from the I 
lebled foi 

• Mel- ii' 



,-.,mI de Gaynngos- 

The Eiptan&m uuirrilloi 

IE toil' the orijriTi of" Ibe 
now (hall furnish oo elyroi 
hait nuiroondlbe wordin 
will only sn 



ardent 



rage, 



I^^^BpIber metal. Tbey lived io caves very well 
j^^Hkedout; they had many ships in which tbey 





Wledtoollitr | 


rts to carry on iheir forays. ** 




"In Ibi:. isli. 


d, oiled California, are man 




griffio), on actor 


nt of ihe great satageaess of lb 




eouniry, ami i|, L 


immense quantity of wild gam 




L>bc-fouud iIil-i 










v« 


r?*g.a,,ni|.,l(. 


;ain>t Constantinople] with thoi 




greal Heel? ol -.-. 




l- 


lolbis iilan-l „ 


California, a (|ucrn, very larg 


Ofbodl, Verv l,i 


nollful, Id (he prime of her venr 




dlflroui io ,. i,l 


ve great thing; ; strong, brnv 




«('r, and ol P 


od courage— more [ban nny 




; tiu»«whoha.i i 


fore this held ber kingdom. An 




beirinu i.ji a.,-, 




!■: 








irtof iliu,,. u, 






kBOWlcdp* ,,i 


Iher countries hnl those whlc 








l> 


■ tS« r lon S „te 


; tbloklng ibal, willi tbo gro 








>\ all thai Ibe. ,;.. 




b^ 


'■ Md rant, ..btu 




' Wllballll,.,... , 


ho were .tillfnl In war, anil in 




a HHUhatUw. 


Id be well if, einbirkiagin the 






icy followed in Ihe way io wbic 




•Omanygrea. 


ricces and lords were folio-win 




Animating ami 


ncouragiag then, she set befo 



ling for Ih 

power. — [3 Sept., 

The foregoing i 

word "Csllforoia," 



ever, it MaJtd lb by i 
Spanish wrilori ou Calift 
of Esplondlan, by Mo a 
1610, of (he Amedis de ( 



iaud from Ibe S 
ems 10 us to prei 
inythiog yet glv. 



BUCKEYE MOWER. 




TUB SUCCESS WHICH THE 

Bu.ols.eye Mower 



n Gallic. i 



if 1S63. 



Wo feel canQdaal thai ll 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE. 

i«neadedMIobebjFa™er.!Beve.TT.ee«cno 

ale It has treat lajprovemonU aver anyouha 

Two nhcel Alachlno. 

THE BUCKEYE AS A REAPER. 

""aVn'Mce." aro'ielaiced in Ihe Reaper, 
io had tb* mi""!!" BUCKEYE ll 

The tilacblne for Calirornla. 

It will adapt Itself lo ..o.y iu,r«e of jroand :*\» re 

i r oaho"Ji«chio > e. lnsi°a*I of "belie on"lha Plnttbni 
-re It adds ireilly lo the draught 
'ehaveaNEv. a 



die, for tho 

Haines "Illinois" Header, 

'hicb h" proved ii.-elf to ba Ibo BEST II ARVESTIKO 

machine in tiik statu, u being the 

only Deader nhicb bu stood Ibe test 
Sole Agcots for tbo celebrated— 

Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Moaufialured by 
C. AGLTJIAN S CO Canton, Ohio, 

Together -i'.h a fall onortmeat of 

Agricultural Implements. 

W Farmers, send Tor a BOOK wllh full duaripllo: 

HA"WLEY &. CO., 

Corner of Cfllifornin and Gallery street 
V SAN FRANCISCO. 



GEO. H0RT1I 1*CL>., E and Fin 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 

Tho Original P. P. Slewart 1 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Summer and Winter Airtight 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Biiuinlmms Coal. 



"'•-•"■"' »..™.- H-"' -• ™ " 

>ating Ibo eubject. It is proper lo mtotioo ben 
H Ibe Worcester Am. Aotiqaariao Society con 



hr ; ; - : tbtin bow mud, m0 „ r „ mc it,,., WOU |ij j.,,1,1 
c ,.. liroagh all rbe world tbno ii they remainrdin 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort §treet, Victoria. 

fpllt DSDEiminnr-:!) -.vJi.r. Ri:i'i;in: os CQ-iainu. 

: . , « *s ' "J XV." ! . .', r' l ! ! l " '; . r . '.I . :; ! -S"' ' ■' ■'.' 1 1 ■ ' i ■" V i . .',' ' J v ■' .-'", ..'; i ■; 



Rincon Wool Depot, 

i). Mclennan & e. gbisab, 

ESTABLl 



HAVE reopened ibtl. n* i 
atibe ntscii:; ii-i: 
lluua " forimrly, Ibe buiinn 
Oradintj and Packlno; Wool for 
Shipment. 
Tli-lr "ilMnc M.-.ibi;. ." In la j -oil eilablL«hed bore 
«iri«! to Wwl'Dealo"' " """"*' ' * 7 * " ' h * lr 
N u.-ll:: vios li.'.>M iliii '.'ii i-L- i-anlei bare bs on 

l.„U.,l,r..-.,m "Ur.rl.l .M-irl-.-," (h.- . .nil r,..,.l,j- ,,.,i,-..| 
Hut Hil j " "im. Lo M'-'- 



Sew and Eitrn-Lnre* Flues, and by Ihe Addltler, 
10 eolobratod Patent D*uble-!heet Bollom Plus 

nlion Is invited to the following points of euperb 

lit, DcnmiLiri— La-Kin,;, wilh nroiier care, at lent 
JOyear.. Stores are dow la use Ihil were set op In 

— , MaMoracTuna-Eierv portion of Iho SI... _ 

III .n ll,- lil'. ."-I, rrili.t.: I i:.i,;!i S l.j.J i.. 'ill.(iiil'.|.| I-. : 

inil I'jrfe-llr uaisbed- 

31, O.mciTv — liaVloe, belllnir, brolllna, roaj 
,nd all other call jr. 01,0 rat itini iinrfirmul ni Ibu 
I toe. 

■ear in the' item of "fuel 



. of tho SWro In 1 



n iat.— In the Stewart 

atonr. (1,0 mint n.M,,.. U1 , D liircfll. Inn, lbs cor ., . . 
l-.Ti-il ■„;, 1-ll.r- |-,l.„t|. ,',-ir,n,: ... .|,,M! ,1 rati lb CO u «b 
Hi- l-.j. ..i ii,,.. „ven. by im-iin .if link' |..jrf..r,ii»,j In th^ 
.!..■■.:■ r, I 1, .,:!; 11 ,, , n „;n ba boifio In mind Ibat, v. 
[be heated air sltrij. ri>e>, Ibi. ..-.!'." I f.i ■. ■. i.mi.,v,.i 1 - 

6th, K*ti«« C°'Tw.°or'Jf«iT-Tba beat (ea 

I.; (bu -lui.j m.y be hal-J llieroin, aod Bled or 1 



Bib. Bnoi 11 ho— Perform od on the lop, »nd witho 

lilt- ,..,.- il. i lily ,.f .,„...;(, onlfrlll,.- Ibo room, 

9,h Hot It.TI. Ht.rnrotlt aao Wanrnao CLosrt 
Doth u-ofal o D J on roe lent, lopplied bj the waste be 



iiranronieat for igpji 



BiaELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
CENERAL INSURANCE ACENCY. 

FIRE A]STD LIFE. 

OFFICE— Mortliwedt Corner Montgomery and Sacramento street!. 



Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

OF ISTE'TO" YORK: 
Punly mutual. The rnlji inly Sink Company in Amtricawhau Chortir provide! thai all the proQU sAoii 



Policial lituod nt this Aieney nilhout Iho i 
Resldeneo In California, Oroson, and {fovi 
loul ollra oborao. Dirldendj a|i|ilkJ la | 






if Prcuilurn.] , 



ieationi lo Now York. 

o and from tbe States lo Cilifonii* 

sd to policy. 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HAETPORD, 0O3?TISr : 
Residence In Cnlifornin Frco of eitrft charge. 
This Company, declares 60 par cent Dlildondi annually, and tho Aisared can If he detlros givo a nola ft 
no-bait the annual premium. 

Book, and Pamphlets containing Tall details of tbe system of Lift Insoraoce, can bo bod at tbo Agonoj. 

ThB Cheapest and Beat life Ininranes Company in the World ! 



EIII.E3 OEP^RTMIETVT. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, aOJWKT: 

ASSETS, $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FHANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDERS, 

$50,000! 
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ASSETS, $1,600,000! 

Letters of Credit for $340,000. 

Washington Ere Inanrauoe Co. Security Fire Insurance Co. 

' " • " Park Fire Insurance Co. 

P he nix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



Board, of References 

FRED'EC BILLINGS, Esq. J. P. FLINT, 



HENKY CARLTON J It., 

of IV. T. Coleman & Co. 
ANDREW B. FORBES. Esq., 

or Forbes £ Bnbcock. 
JOHN H. RKDINGTON. Esq., 

of Rtdinglon & Co. 
J. D. KITTLE. Esq., 

of Dewilt, Kittle k Co. 



or Flint, Peabody & Oo. 
LODIS MoLANE, Esq., 

cf Walls, Fargo & Co. 
C. B. POLHEMUS, Esq., 

cf Alsop & Co, 

JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

Saa Francisco. 




BOWEILSr BROTHER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -?^3&. 
STAPLE AND SELECT FANCY fllSiSii. 

G-EOCEEIES, 
Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

OF BVSItTfT KI3ST3D, A.T LOTnT" PHIOES. 

enlir atlentlon Is alwajs glvoo lo tho leleclloB of oar stock of Goods, fllnoy articles aro prepared a, 
SPECIALITIES, Tor our 

FAMILY TRADE, 

BOCH AS— . 

OLD JAVA COFFEE, and nil other choice kinds. \ 

TEAS, of ibo vcrv choicest, selected with the Rrentest caro, for Pnmilr ITso. 
v SUGARS, pure Refinoil, Crushed, Powdered, and overr- ehoico variety. 

PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams, Dried Fruit of all kinds. 
SPICES innumerable and for over/ use. SIRUPS of tbo vers- choicest. 
BUTTER &. CHEESE frnm Iho most celebrated Dairies; also, choicest Eastern, 
SELECT WINES AND LIQUORS, the Terr purest, taken from Bond, m wo keep 



■H-, Ihosothitdoil 

■■rllii-,.. 



[0 Wlnos, olo, or for Modioli 

SPANISH OLIVES, of sopcriot qoolilv. 



BONELESS SARDINES, a real luxury. 

BEBKIJ1EB COUNTY CHEESE, eoperior lo any Cheese in Ibo country. 
XiOlMGrTWOIlTIi'S ISABELLA ANT> OATAWBA TATUSIBB, 
Both Sparkling and Still, osntelaUr for Famil) Uso. 
These nlth every other nrtleto needed lo Iho Culinary deririrncnt nr tbo Household, nnd tho uin a] Fatally 
r,.-,...i,i..-,,f.i-i,i-li.:l l.j il|..-.li.-:.:r. ll "ill naoure,'--" 



S lljl.t m 



leftirltb 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streeta, 
San Francisco. 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

BTOVE8, 



C. i-;. COLCIXS, 



American Watch Factory, 

_ WATCH EEPAIEISO 

fc;lAT NEW YORK PRIOESI^ 



The BAY STATE and other Btoves. 



For sale by— 

B. O.AUSTIN, 

Facluo Tin-Works, j.' i Clay ■••■■:. bolon Bui 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 

By J. I). UAI1BUOU, Apliilu, BKnmtilll, 

tin i urmeb officii: ' l, ° A, " ll0r p«Bsci»niBBH),» l ,aM 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
THE BEST MILL 

EVEU OFFERED TO THB FUM.I0. 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOILS AGBWT3 FOB 

California, Oregon, and Washlnglon Territory 



FOR BA LE. 

"''',' "'"'-i, h 'irl' 1 ^'""'' " ''.'■' ,: ""'" " Mn, "' , =ti're- 

:.;;:;,:,;'u;;v:.';^ , ^ii 1 !'^ , ;;,;:^ : '. ll ; l i;;', : ;;^,i i ; u ' , 1 ;'; 1 ; 
'".;.,:::' ;^'^i; .'i,.,:;;.,!.':'; ■ il - t;<";, '"«™T«™uf< 

u„ .--...it.ni.,1, „l Wl,.,.|. :r :.' ',1-n.,,,-. ...'.'."',','.'" ji-m-M! 
l«tney. IseSfMI] ADOLI-II aiNNmo. 



68 



TH|! O A.LIFOBNIAJ'ABM^B. 



X. 



CJff Wifaraia pxwi. 



How Hoffat Settleia Suffer. 
UVik.tiMiv.-j.rl. (a defend nor illegn] eqanttlngon 
Innds, or the dotation of any man's ripbt lo Innd 
bought in good fiillta with a just and lcgnl claim 
toil; bul wo do oppose Iho trickery and stiitm. 



"Till 



ImrJ-w 



ihllj oml 






■ ] [h« ■ 



To our Patrons, and la Fanners nod Dairymen In 

Tomeles mi FnntaEeyes District, Halin Connty. 
KowtbalirobaroaPoilolItc at Prcstoo's Polbl an 
TooJiUs,so (bit thou, irho «iih lo got ncnrpnpo. 

ersled lo lbs great came of A^ridltum, to beegpis ml 
leribtM to oar journal. Col. Prejtoo, Poilmuter, 1 
Prtrtsn Point, JftHra.K«jcj4 Brtrw.nn.l Mr. Bailor 



c fcirr-iiglit, !□ have prove 



Tbo Ohio Hen per and Mo~cr. 
Tutu Is quilo it controversy now going on in Ihi 
East ts regard to reapers and mowers, and in Ibfi 
Slate then are several kinds advertised, ench 
claiming superiority. 

One thing Is very certain, nod that is, dlifi 
ni.i wants and must havo tbo nc-r ; 10 that, 
them Is anything of superior eneellcnco in any of 
tho old Statm, II is Burn lo Cad lis tray to ( 

This week we have received the advertising a 
of Messrs. Jones t Hewlett, or Stocktoo, who ol 
lo Hi' public tbo Onto fir: •.pan AKD Mowan. T: 

il is i'-,v.i:.,i.l> Imnivn in this Stain and has si 
•err readily. The inventors Bend onl a card t 
1 the Gold Medal, award 



i the 1 



milieu 



,1 Syrian 



nlBS 



for itself- 

Wo nre now prelecting 1 
Ibis Slate tbe very best an 
cbiuery known in the Unit, 
that purchasers by rcferrlni 



H for I 



es)c, 



lo tlie Firmed and its 
onljforlbc best and 
Iways God what they 



h pleasure refer ol! tbe farmers of 

t Hewlett, who havo nlvrnys mudn 
Ibo trno good or our agricultural 



' Tbo Income Tax 

ilfllea that tbe Commissioner of Ihi 

ue Department has issued the, fbl. 



=.ll>jeC 



person resident in tbo United S 
whose Income docs not exceed £10,0 

or ai is linbla to taxation ; provided 
income derived from Inierest upon 
end other securities or tbo United S 
of one and a half per cent bo lei 
whose income exceeds SlO.i 



viib goods ood mcr( 
ij tbo wants of tbe (1 
go stack or goods, ui 

ir efforts lo meet tho 
-e duly appreciated. 



Socio! Life la California. 



hnro m 






nod Ibat 



Pnrcaaalng Apt ney. 
n.rinj Ud lis ctperleoca ol oier thirty re.™ la Irtllnt 
la Tics.. Piiota, Fmfr.iod Acrivnlraral Implement. ,wn r™i 
lluawfBrolatlj-eo.TipniolbFoar eiperlsacrlti parchutn| 



liv.l... .:.■■ i:!.< s .„.. .... ..,-1)1 ,,.. 



1 and Dceon CalUt, Blood Bona, Lata- 
nirac*/ Shop, Anurium Exti and Lanbi, 
Slock, fir, eU &e aAarlirnnent, & tte 



TO EEADEfiS AfJD 
W« have received Iron 

licles Tor pablication. 

Letters," by Mrs. J. S. 

tire," elc, by Agnes ; an article co W 

in continuation, by A. 

note on tbe "Discuses of 

which, with much other 



OOHBESPONHEHT3. 

cresting ood valuable a 

tmong tbem nre "Ear 

iketchu of Emigra 

'inn liakin 

rasslhy. Esq: and 

p,"byL.I.H.— oil 



wrong endured by the 



/ Ct-i- 



10 her coppe 
is no Gctlon 
e Snn Jonquil 



or In Ibo digging.!, everything Is claim;, share. 

BhfTrf-. tbe doctor., if they wem lospUk f 

perjon who was In nil probability about lo die. If 

they intended to say be wi 

the grave," tbey iron Id by 

The feci it tbera Is a perfci 

lions, In every section oft 

fesiions nre engaged la it. 

of lhat desire which prom, 

nod Ibis items Ihe way by 

It easily. 

Tho copper mines we believe to be of gr. 
value. Tbe re li a Irue solidity oboot tbcm, n 
nt , l00 V° " ' P " ar d " el °P nle n* of their' n 
will be great good 



eady "on. 

mil io nil dire< 
late, and nil pn 
< Ibo natural rein 
ien (u get rlche 
h they canacuuli 



nil the San Jonquiu Dii 

SrocKTO,. to. RiouT.-Tbe city r S 
all right. The Doioo mtn ore Make 
iiinglnto clubs. Dr. Holder. Is u , 
busy ns eier, In tbe general C a U , e „ t lh 
orgaoltiug tbe Agrlculturnl Board, gettl 
of premium!, and preparing Tor the can 
Fall. The Doctor nnd a few earnest 






pilit 1 



inches 



nd seeing, w 



liBljr ralaid io that rich district or 
gaograpbleal potliioo or Stockton I 
edlysncha. to , ecu re to her a t 
profperity, ir tbo p (Dn l wiu on | 7 ' 
ii, designed n ( 



ally, to 



otheu 



tret a 



nnd tbo shipping point r 
fancy of their developmen 
and Borksbopii, whkh we 1 



lydlve 



rely conveyed lo sell 
is, and wbeo they w 



ing only for Ihe hardy ion 
md embraced them' witLin 



ilion; provided, tbnt upon tbe income do. 

lei of Iho United Slntei, n doty of nna and 

I be required lo make returns of tbo valor 
product of his farm or filnntntion, without 
ing for labor Ihe service! of himself nnd 

by himself and family. Tbo following de- 
ductions will bo made from the, aggregate income 
if each person, nnd tho tux assessed upon tbo re- 

nlcndnr ypnr, from January 1, 1BG1, to Decern be: 
1, IBBI, Inclniivo ; Holaries of officers ; pnymenli 
persons in tbe service or employment of thi 
United States, from which a deduclion of Ihret 
per cent bas been mudo by tbo disbursing officer 

corporation, from which a duty or three per cent 
shall bavo been deducted by tho flic on or W 
corporations ; Interest from bonds or other 1 
dences of Indebtedacss, of nny corporation fr 

ed by the officers ofsucb corporations; ineorao 
rived from advertisements on which tbo duty shall 
bnvo been nssesscd and pnid, also a sura of SG0O, 

of Ibu said SQ00 shall bnve been deducted from 
tbo salaries of officers or pcrtooa in tbo servi 
employment of the Uoited Slates; tho on 
actually paid for real oi every dwelling bou 



iod the 



t paid by any fan 





iVhenever Ihe Inlal in 




erFon e 


Si 


1,000, nnd 


a deduct! 




thererr 


111 


ground 


iat a por 


00 of su 




be 


n subjeel 


to tbe tb 


eo per co 


nt duty. 




idtnds pal 


by corpo 


ationa as 


cfbro en 












it 


cent nddltlonnl upon 




of his i 


nsmnybavob 


en prcvlou 


slysubject 


dtoadn 


is 


cent by tit 


officers or 


nrporatiansboforea 


go 


rdinns no 


.trustees will bo requ 


red to n 



PRIZE M Su 

o:«a:io 
MOWER & REAPER; 

E. BA-1-I.'S PATENT. 

InEaslandJulyM, tasT. Improved 1SS1. 

I. Tho oarrlaira or tho MaoMno U mionted on 1 
driving nhooli. In connection wllh each i.f n B( , . ' 
•pornbeol and ploinn, mikinu- tba Machine ,|„" * 



!■ PlwednM. 
l.nol M .p lto 
snrfoeo rf („ 

Irion aUosiy 



ll 



directly npon the two drl 
lenlng advaotasoa are > 
prevented from slipping 



difficulty. Tl.ii 1— ,'... 



n tbo I 



required 



ition of SfiOO, u 









snnourho^clr^^^T^ 
■ Donlh of J. W. O.bomVi Pico 



wsorthedeoih nf J, W. ( 

ir ol tbo "Onk Knoll Farm. 

ono of onr early pioaeon, nnd h 



Ion 30 of Ibe Excisi 

ler beneficiary of Irnsl, excepi upon a date- 
of tho gnnrdiun or trnslco, mode under oath 
tbnt tho minor or beneficinry has no other Income 
from which ibe snid nniount of S600 may bo 01- 
empled and deducted. Whenever person* liable 
lo Ibe assessment of the incotno tax, shall negl. 
Ike Ibo list required by Inw, . 



n surface of tho ground. This is tho £„i sneei 
lehlnothatovorcombinoi Ibis pilnoinio ,J7T 

agood MOWISO MAOHtHS wiifcuullu** 
iacuttar-barandtno driving whoeU 

It cats sis feet wide as a Beapor, 
and 
Four and a-half feet aa a Mo„ ei , 

ITS ATJVAHTAQE8 AS A EEAPEK. 
!n ' rabor rid0i on ' hu c "<" .m. »t.r. hi. „[.„ 

l .,"*■:.•"",•"• *™"',*f" bmb ""-'™ 
.,,™",""iZ';" ■"■"""""'■'■•. 

3 Tho poiilion nf Iho rakor and platform Wj, fa 
™ed Jlom d . r n.'no-k"^tne nl ho nOQC "' WT ^" 



7il....iir, ■ 



iraoj, nilliMl Injin 
infer losJIswiru! 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

AgenU for California nndOrsrJB, 



H« Inbors — or Ihe hem 

is of his adopted Stnte. 
iro lo bo deplored now, c 



ilnlasl Justus hisbenuho 

violence— deprived of life 
r, and bis family left lo mo 
arts and writings upon ag 
inch importance nnd beneD 
Is a great ono, nnd bis aerv 

Society in San From 



rendered. The 
co, adopted op. 



Tun Vl.olia 



nulytnklng-oir, 
Dieted family. 



u-ndh. 



hi. dwelling, by Rritton, a man formeri "' 

mploy, who Brad three obota which took : »( 

°r n . 1 L r ' n n' b0r n °" r lhe h ""' kll 'ih8 hltn nl 

tor«d ^? if" ' llUm ""-" "'■ || | '»" "11, c„, 

murder ha '^" ; ° ""1 Committed for lb, 

V Cool Weaiier. 



ben the Hits m 
mil not bo ncc 



idbyot 



ared prior to September 1, 1B0J, 
nil salaries of officers, or pay me 
Ibo Civil, Military, s„ ali 0f ol 
n United Slates, for services rci 
Id date, as such dividends, 



property. Thi 
icnls 10 build 

dividends do 



''pfc, 



iuo by the Trus 



Iho same 



Tn. wenlher 



ool for 



*nd In nl 
oma (Im. 



T l,l„ 



1 prove a blessing to 1 



weather, however, will 
grain-grower aud iho 01 
Tho cool weather .-, a . 



1.1 il nil! 



■n lli,u 



* pros, 



t of 



fond nil peradvenlo 
A letter from JJ C 
only, dated April 1 
been very favorable th 
nice fall or ralo, wl 
d grain crops In a se 

young, a 



■ nil...] ,i 



«"r-boat and Railroad Con 
ins and Assoclntions, prior 1 

l/Tbe Gold Speculation,. 

It jniiriiliiitn. „.„,; 

i««una of thu gnrolilers [ 



Wall ,i t , 
■I'Ik- H.. f , 



1 the Sew York 



a dollar or 
peeie they 



THRASHING MACHTNES! 

THE BNDER3IONED ARK If. EECEIP1 DIRWI 

QENUINS 
PITT'S, and C. M. RUSSELL & Co'l 

CELEBRATED 
EICHV ANDTEN-HOBSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATOBS, 

BOIH BELT AKD GrEASED. 



4, e, lo, au d la-Uorse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers, 

' itma £X%,S" u ' »■■"■-'"* 

DK IVITTi KITTLE & CO' 

Sauorno street, near Pulii 



An Extra Flock of Shoep for Sals 









afcwihcu 
^nrnnd, B i tm | i|(( 



pTerlr^; ? ^^ «" <-« l-» S"' 
and broker,." """^ ° f ha °*>. Md bankers 



porpn..nr a hawlag,he d ;; rc ° U ' n '^r, 
rency. They da ool „„„„, \ \' oa '"the 
"how simplr ,*,. "Jlhitig o( tbn 
'ocsof t BU ""' w! 'leh cane 



J^y. and 11,1,° morning" embtVi" v*" 1 " *"'"' CUUI " r ''i »«n who tn ml 1 "* '" "" 
-I". W. are just pJaD^'^^r ^osb and sea It nuKr J « ««*. tnoro th. 



edlinfib 

-— Ibnn willing 1 

lh " r »«WWI »nd pri Tfl , 



Farm for Sale. 

t'ifttenS ll L|! 1 3 l ' or 1( JJ *™™. AM. »W?«||I 

^VX"rT„';;!, v .!",' '"'■■'- "'n''. ':'.',..' .:',:;." . 

'■' L -" :i •■LlV-'l,', I! ' ' ''■' " «""■' "il-"-"- "'rSI 

ofF-nner/ 1 ^"" 1 " 1 '-"« ln FO .UT, at. ApplJ ", U 

Tnie Hubbard Squash. 



1 ■i^wi™"* *™«"^" ^^ii« J J ] J Ji : l i J j jT P ii j;/ia ! ^Sa(Sj" B 1 




THE C A. lTtORNIAJ ABMEB. 



69 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 




rifind 11 necessary, before proceeding 

Bleasint task, lo "define raj position." In 
t plies, T seek 10 perform a dmy lo society 
ulng outrages couilnitled upon 11, nod in 
formnnce of that duty somebody roustjustly 
«r. If thai duly era be performed without 
taring the mH.k of ,Wcil .mil hypocrisy from io- 
ilridoil fa 



,od eril | 
U,tnnou 
Ufa I an 
.ill flu it. 

WjMlCf-, 

hlibtrio ■■ 



ind frit 



ilificd p' 



opes, Mr. Editor, 

This hydra, dob rearing till 
" " Stale, 



shall willingly endure that 
with tbe fcnon-iedgo that 
d wing is disabled from rob 



mgbt to intimidate me by threats 
to, tbnt I am far from being a Quaki 
j weighed tbe coo sequences of my 
convinced that I bs<e undertakes o 
I, and, armed in the right, am pre- 
«huj, to become a martyr in a jolt 



tan (be pi en 
teen cheered 



In my fir-l letter I confined myself principally 
to tbe founder of Fuel Love on the Pacific Const, 
■IMlog that she had left tbe seeds of a damnable 
doctrine implanted in our society, which bad 
taken root and flourished until, like the parasite 
OB a. ■lately onk, it threatened destruction to nil 
thitwns good and useful. The ramifications of 
Ihisdoctrino at this day, are Irnly alarm log. I 

'';,/-' '■'■'■ "' I '■>'.' ■'■' -' '■'!:'' 'L'-'i' 10 -' i" <">* LrgUii- 



adethei 



of these pelts 



B unmlitnkeabla foot-prints of 
if;' satisfied Hint imei ligation will 
ih my end, by not only checking, 
ig a doctrine and practice that bai 
tntly of Mormon polygamy pale into 



" accompllabing my 
individual partlcn- 
cu MissftalloeoW. 
ad In Insolent prido 



raw! u 



10 dust, c 



edged iword of Jo Hi 



Hilled Into young nnd impressil 



triumph I 






Circular of the Inventor of lis Ohio Hover and 

To this Machine, aa a MOWER, was awarded Ibi 

Trial of Reapers and Mowers, held at Syracuse, 

of the Bra of Ball, Aoltmau A Co., who wero 
deeply interested in the Huckayo Machine, wfcl< 



ihaectd the award to the Bnrtcjc Machine, which 
italed. [See Tallt D, page To, Jtrjart of Ornate**.) 
nembar of the Committor upon Iho subject of this 



STANFORD BROS.. 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And wUl Sell Cheaper than any Home 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

OHIMNETS, 

■ WICKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BURNING FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
OOAL-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET HHJMIHATISQ OH. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL, 

HACHINKRT OTL. 
- RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw and Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL, . 

NEATSPOOTOIL. 

TANNER'S OIL, 

&c. £sc. tfce. &c. 



Ihej can anorn to. 



FURNIT U-RE ! 



PREMIUMS 

AT THE 

■wors,T-.r>*s fair 




Harness. 



Saddles. 



ia'^riT 


d be 


W^tocoovejan 


DUg b the mo 


al rrr 


ong and degree ofby- 


appnlhng, 
tbe doclrin 


till, 


generally advocated, 



Dili Milter Machine, 



<a indubitable rv id cm:'.- tti.it 



CA.TJTIOIV 

California and Oregon 

FARMERS. 



njricuUornl Implements In the Slates of Calif 
od Oreiron against buying sellbif, or nsinj serti 
ailing Machines, or Header*, Introdoced Ibis si 
,to those Siatos by Treidwoll 4 C», orlhairage 
'aimer. Thsmiehlnei refined to are quilo ill 
1 those sold by Traadwell & Co. in the season 
called lis "SMirWs Friend," and are ieross 



aally to efT«toaUy ps 



In United Stale. Courts, the I 



Uampted la this mailer bj the flrmof Treo< 
Co. 
BARBER, IIAWLEY & CO. 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MAKTJFAOTTJRBRa 

* HARNESS, "F™ 8 

S acicilos, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Hob. 214 and 216 Battery afreet, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



FARMERS and el 



.- ;■■ ■!■■!! IM. |.l i TH KATES. 



■i alrtaigfdt. De- 



fend, before we loll oorsel 1 
'J- 

protcclors of virtu, 
nceptionoftheayiti 



ii-oily futile, to foil lb 
3 villain j of both eeim 
i plainly, Mr. Bailor; 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 



WHOLESALE 




MED -A.L 

AWARDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LDSHlll, 1864. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE, 

Parl§ EvUlblilon, 1S61. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are (In! tern ally Acknowledged 

TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IK USE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
flQj- Call and examine before purchasing. 
II. W. WADSWORTD, Agent, 



IV. El. d-MMES, 

IMPORTER, 
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IK 

Furniture 

Bedding, 

G20 Battery street, 

BETWEEN JACKSON AND PACIFO, 

OFFERS TO THE TRADE 

And the nubile cenorally, the most complete assortment 

FTJE3STITTJEB, 

IN THE MARKET, 

AT REDU CED RATES. 

Country Orders nllcile i nod promptly attended to. 

N. E. GRIMES, 



Japanese and Chinese Fancy Goods, 

51"! I 



I^Mt^-OU 



SAN FBA.yClSCO. 



Crockery and Glass 

PAUTICDLAU ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH- 
1NQ HOTEL AND FAMILY SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Z. BOWAfiD'3 H0H1T B 



bey thoald b> 
a. lint tbil, 

When advocates of 
onr cbildrei 



r'r^ l.ue- 



id at the present condition of society? The 

impudence which characterises muny of 

ftelass Is only to be nccounled fot by no Im- 

pptlble process of degradation, DunlHarlilng; 

crime; a coniloulty of lueeeis ; and, 

Jlinoiitiooofoiir Press (the should-be 

f tbe public .real) to .b 

rally invol 



sod pun 



ml bat 



eady 



i the threshold of my 



jWtws—Gu.r. |, 
*t(h»t tumlili 

. Tortaii;,- ., 



DR. B.'.owu:s, 
DENTIST 

i'O, Oil CLW STREETi RAD 
BAN FRANCISCO. 

Office Hoars; rroni 9 A H-, to 5 P. M. 

ALL WOEK ssff5g=^ TERMS OASII 

WARRAKTEDI ^^-^J-^ FINISI1EDI 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



THE NEW STYLE HAT, GOME AKD SEE. 
te H A T SI H A T S I 



,„Q 



Haw Bprinf and Summer Style of 
SILKHAT FOK1863. 



New Washing Machine. 

' 'KNOWLEDGE SH ALL BE IBGBEASED." 

I'lli: ■ilH:S(. , l!IUi:i', WiULD CALL THE ATTE^- 



:;;,v.:. 






;,ci. 



R. B. l'OKDH&IH, 
WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

JACKSON una FRONT §lr*!CtB. 

COJIPLETE STOCK OP GOODS, 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGrH 

i.-ir, I ■, |.io;u™d in this noli knono IVarehonia on th 
Brer) f^Ultr Is .fr.rod f..r storing Wheal, flarlo/ 
Fleur, sod other Dome, llo Prodnce. 

Advauoes 

Undo on nnprored Moiohondlfo 

WILT. COLEMAN 4 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

WITH 

New linpi'ovenieiits, 

JDST RECEIVED, 

AEB THE OHLY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, i 

BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

THE MOST ECOSOMIOAIi 

Family Sewing Machines, 
irv use. 



H. W. WADSWOKTH, 

AOBNT, 

Cor, Montgomery and Sacramento streets, 

SAX FRANCISCO, 



m Ksas^tl^B, by 

WE HASELTINE. 



Japanese Bazaar, 
No. 321 Montgomery street. 



LACQUERED * INLAID FANCY GOODS, 
CABINETS, ETC. 

TORTOlSE-SnELL, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD 
WORK, in groat variety; 

FANS, of ororjBtjlo; 

RICH SILKS, CRAPES, and PINA GOODS; 

E1IBB01DERED SHAWLS, and APRONS, HAND- 
KERCHIEFS, ETC.: 

Togothbr with a full aupplj of EGC-SHEL Land 



JAPANESE BOOKS, i'Il'Ti jRIALS, MAPS, ETC ; 

26 NESTS CAMPHOR- WOOD TMUNKS; 

20 CAMPHOR- WOOD BUREAUS ; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, at Wholesale and 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

TQH IMPOtiTBnS OF ** 

\* CROCKERY, £X 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Wait, 



VERY LOWEST MARKET SATES. 
Ths Hew Haven Clock Company's Hannfac 



1 SAHSOilE STUEET, Ct>IL?,i:i'. \n-:i:<.'!IAN"T. 



_ 




WM, T. COLEHIAN & CO., 

SHIPPrjJQ & COMMISSION MERCHAOTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

New York and San Francisco. 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

QONSTANTLY ON HAND, A FULL AND COM- 

CORBAGE. 



S. W. SHAW, 
3Portva.it I*ai«ter. 

umber 16, ^J fl..or. Murcimiil,? Lil.r,iry bnlldlog 



i 



70 



'HE CALIFOBNIA FAIR ME 33. 



pine HHscellaitg, 






hold, who 



fi.ljj 



loud !b.,i thrills in mj 1:0m Its until of 

re the alui It barbori in III sonny field et 

j of* farther nearen that lights ill oat dim 
through, 
bould my gnuU bo merry, Ibo booae Is in 



.lag eyes. 






.LnUinr 



■e pilgrims oriiilure! my heart doth 
l or ibo ebolcut, yet bun II in ban 
i that I iil.T'u llgblen, I break with 



romplubed b. 



^eflig 






no, before 
stalely battles, no 



i alt daw 






the nilra duty of watching, an ralng, eloT 
c*a id mil soothe the inHerlng child, nnderi 
in complainings, and supply lis ncedi m 
mother? And added la nil ibis, nro the c 
pnim, the responilbiliiles, the struggles, nnt 
illjr Ihn 



■i.Vlj, : 



I straggles or 

n, it! spangles n del 

u rod nitb Ibo blood or Ircvmco, and wblta with 
Ibo rear of the foe, 

I the Han ibol lieM in their eonnes 'g.loit t 

II bill many i pleasant gesture, tby mind hi 

girts nod charms ; 



Salute ibo fog i 

Ibanlordornlbi 
gold, 






, 1 .■ i I b b l ,. | ■ ■ . T u □ c :■ j l I l ■: 
haughty, Ibj lackeys eun- 



Sain to (he Si 



in trippings, high was 
.0 our bumbo™, a flow 



awed to ftirnub [by bri 



1 feel 



her very bndy nnd it 



ed, troubled in spirit, 



" disregarding tbon 
In domestic nnimn 
ad, under tbo uni 



e— which p«Tfldm ill the n 
ling— when applied la the le 
xe. The mother of his cbild 
111, comfortable or mistral 
IBtlng from inertia., plethor 

id [be children may take tbci 



ln B (enerat 

i prepare or 
meals n day, . 



rait. Coa 



: forth niter Ihtii 



irould apply 



, broil 



NEW COODSI! 

KIRBY, BYRNE & CO., 

UAYi: JIIST RECEIVED 

A LABGE SUPPLY OP HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

TAFFETAS, 01103 DE ZURICH, BLACK 0IIO3 GSAIN; 
Btoh Moire Anllqae; 
Fan;)-, Moi-i and Plain Silks 

In DRESS GOODS, 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED 0VER3TRUKO DAS3 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 






TESTIMONIALS t 
IbelrmorlU from pono 



.1 knowledge 



Silk and 


Wool 


Fr.nto>sl 


PopKn d'Ara 


PI el 


Tri-h 


and Free 


h Poplin; 


Flai 




do 


In do 






Ottoman 


and Merino. 


Bleb 




1 Plaidi, 


French da L 


Mobiln 


Eplogli 


e, Foalirdt, 



lake 


down JO 


or flaunting 


banner, fori itonl comes 




breath lean and pair, 




With tbo toi 




him; orfailnieiisllnii 




llio: 






"Ibo 




while the fi 


g wared o'er them! tboy 








tbclr book J 


They 


""Jj" 


*' v™*^ 


ndilangblcredl the Soldi 


Pali 


once, the 


u, Ibo friends 


I gathered, a, goodlyeoia- 




Ibat ba 


a manhood I 


yoo, go, prrish for Lib. 


Ball 


srd tbo r 

lilt. I],, 


•bes and gi 


.mo will wait .Ufa np. 


With the urn 


■alia ready 


o kindle, and the will to 










Wbto 


tbo Jut 


roc heart lies 


iloodlnu, wbun (bo Bereo 




and the 


alio bate wo 




1'Up 


...inter 




Bldtl 


«£,": 


u*.*. 


li boarlagi, and we'll laj 


Wilblboglurr 


I bono nboo 


ui, and Its froodom lock- 




edlnour 


branlL— [All 


bIIo lloutblj. 




/ 






Vic 








ibem 


cites to 


ho followia 






bn Herald of Health 


by Dr. Trail. There is 




cb trail 




will glean sum 


o good, nnd If not heliovine It u a 


whol 


, they w 


11 agree to i 


lopnn. Read it care- 




nil ye me 


fried men, a 


od remember those who 



Ad 


11, d 


rcn* ro 


id 


r Or 


*K 




yearn 








nr« 






scruhb 


ng, 




da 


nine 


m- 




dn.tin 






Bli 


!•■ n 


1 




cessaa 


Hpr 


agP, Sob: 


mv 


1, Fa 


1', 
and 




















day, 


nigbn, 












ducks, pig 3( 








dogs, 






doctors 












(•If 










deatb- 


sneb 


Is tfao d 


Mi 


yof 


..r 


crs'w 



nllr 


sails 


from 


fal 


e nod il 


Inn 


















Us 


ally 


tbe 


arm 


r 1 ! nifo 


h„ 




















tbe 


fornie 


is 


ii P ,..| 




i h, 


lie Is 


uubIj 


nlo 


ctoniplUb b 


lusk lo-d 



performed as though .1 



berof lb* family, who 1 



'atlon, fur which 



ine, drli 



e Tor tbe semi-occn 
np something t»trn 
ictnr, tbe judge, thi 



oagb I 






nndotorj t.rlot, or NEW DRESS GOODS, now wo 
la New York, loclnding Ibo papular, 

KOBE IMPERATRICB, 

In CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Erory thing New 

In Stjls and Material. 

In FURS, 

Far Cloaks, 

Far .Mantillas, 
Fur Tippoti, 

and Far Collnis, and Cufls— New. 

■ -■-WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE 
AND HARKED WITH OUR NAME, 
IHJSH LUSTEiCTS, 
SHIRTING- X-HSTEICr. - 
LINEN SHEKTINO, 
Linen Damask. Cloths and Napkins. 

And Lin on Oa fabric Bnndberobleu. 



J),tuU.iTa llOO.tlli.SI'i - '. SIM.ind II W. 

THE HORACE WATERS MELODEONS 
AND HARMONIflMS 



:.',-' ■■■.', l 



THE DAY SCHOOL BELL. 

copLo Luord. A DC 




rters of all the domestic labor 





clnui, deilroctlie. Hundreds of 


KIEBY. BYRNE & CO., 


nreaj in somE dark cellar or dingy 


Wo. 7 Montgomery, 

Noir Market, 


nd hecome earicaiions on nhat 


Neil door to Miroulo Temple. 



p!« or Hygic 


e, ni t. 




the 


Scw Vo[ 


',, 




c Colic 






d io ib L 


nl 






nynre 
toft 


beginning io 




icd to the del 




r 
















>. Lab 


r will 








ed, and the la 


borer n 






reward 


. 






be plea 










^ 








Tiiirrnf vMaio 




„„,. 


-Ills 


...«r 


igb 



I tbt fal, 



I tbel 



ling then: 
Would wo only let the, 
ing die, bnw fait the li. 
world woald gel healed 



repetition, shall be hut. 
nstend ol picking them 



I>Iit. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Phrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

020 CLAY STRET, bit. Montgomery k Kenrny. 

ExaminatiDiis in regard to Health— Free, 

H^i.-JS^StttSKfJJi'SfiiaS 



i' '■ '.!■'■ I'.ll.rl.,, ,. ,. 

PI LK-.i:i','r, .,.!.■' ;:■;'. :..':. 

tbr. I.iml... (.'br.ir.i.- iJEITI 
l'"'.l) l'..ir.-. I.nr.i,,, ■,- L . rl 

-llgoandDr. 



.-„!., «..:, |.,-r IL" 
od al Iboietakj pi..^, 

SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. 1, 
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL, NO. % 

1.11 wime« "beyond So°Rirwr"° -^Thero ™\ Tie; 

THE NEW PATRIOTIC SONG BOOK 

Ji'r':'' ■.V|':'i,.''.M , "r'' J ',| M,, 'i, 'V "\l /""'"i 






THE OCCH)ENTAL HOTEL, 

Is Now Open for lie Reception of ^^ 

Tnrs nousB has all thb modbrb -n, 
1 mpn.ve, n aol;. ....'I '-..II I-. ;..n.l„.„od '» 

erory rospeat ta the Ptnt-elut House, of i 0D Z$ljt 



BEADING AND EXCHANGE Room 

l;rr".sr^ i S:',"lt , t=i;. ,, ' b vif« 

NBIVS STAND and a largo CABINET FOIi aPj' 



ERALsf ,W 

A Brancb Telegrapli onic c 

CoDDaeting with all Ino lines throuebout the ccmatw 
LBiVIB t:l'l.,\M) m co^ "™* 

Pruprlelon. 






CO, Jaai 



ORIENTAL HOTEL, 

Comer of Market, Battery, and Bash gt^ 




THIS BOTEL 

, and will b< 
PEAN PLAN. Bo 



THE HARP OP FREEDOM 



tbo most Julldiou 



it approTod elylo.so as lamJ* 
Tbo Tabl.1 will bo repplIUaft 
rery luiury of tbo souonj. Thlj DopartuiBnliriU L 
nliraly dl.llnol from tbo Hotel, though openlagfrag, 
ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMMES, 
_ As well »s Single l^ooma for Transient Patrcai. 

■nlooU, 



i of the Gne 
and tbo sum. 



COLDEN EAGLE I 

Corner Seventh and H slreeti, 
SACRAMENTO. 



RUTH: A SACRED CANTATA 

^■ U , P | S?per ,, ," 1 K rM,Cr *' £0KnU ' 115 " ™< h" 

THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

p "^o oopju jTSstm 1 ^^ tiaM i "sSi'a 

THE ATHEN^UM COLLECTION 



i.'ii. 



li.--.rn,,.,, 



^r^rnolVoi.",;i> : l ^.! : l ,';bie' , :?;:r, , fL h °'" ill ' ,hDr, "' i '° 

':, ;b» y'I'."jillon or our ESTADLI3nMENT3 wo 

:■','. ■■' :'. ; ^'■'■ ; ■ : i'' : ' : V..:■!^: : , i " , '',,;;;;.. I :; r 7- 




VOCAL MUSIC, 
With Piano Accompaniment, 



THIS HOTEL 


S OFFERED 


TO THE PUBLIO il 












hu 








make bis Hotol 


noth 


t shall 


Iwn 








r faror 


dm 




















nnd 










Ihn 






<oln 










ntlon 


will always 


bo pat] to the tos> 










T will riulIIUd 






BoJd 




nd strict aUMlia 




iwnl 






















rem the ]fo 




?!itT»n. d B rir m i. 


ra.at 


11 time 


.Ft 


oof CbirflUlil 



lanecled with Iho Hotel is a Fire-proof STiBLI I 
■ly for the care of Horses nnd Carriages of lis I 
sortbelluuso 

I>. E. CALLahan, 



Important to toe Traveling Public I 
AMERICAN^ HOTEL,] 

TbomaH BromiGy, Proprleloi 

Ik .ffl'itMnf™ bb»t nom » 




SHEET MUSIC AND iSf S ' 
^SlK!™, 6 ! 18 - String 4o„ 

"' '• ■' ■ BMe7pM| 1, ?°, l 'i?? r, > A Jl'ialo 

" r ir-- l ',!\ Ln, i l f " r i lu: ' ,T nil " r " l ' on h " D,i ' 

««Mr"{^™'ci ^"" k °' il " "" P " "cisea^ad 011 Sh "' L 

Masle'™ bibbed; MSoarV 1 " 'n-tminoul . , New 
O.BoineSll.orairinnC^.^'^^nndi 



Waters' Cheap Mnaio for the Million. 



Cirriaw a Ml ,J„„)- 
1.1 «Ud Irnrn rl],.. ?y 



mil Lodging I 
Si'Since-^- 1 



American Hotel, 

MAMT STREET, PETALCSW- | 

HAVING OPENED OUR NEW 



-''■ni. i'j.i'i ,,i 

'-•I-. liUr:Jr,:.J l.„„, 







w 




Seed. 

"QnBEH p LEan 



AMERICAN IIOTE^I 

tomales. 

M,l *^. fl »BaCRIBEit7BEIlS LEAVHT0]«S1 
:' J --'-- ,, i. , :i.v,;r 1 ;':?,:, , : l ,;,: ■'■ ', 

' r " r '" * " ,r ' :,!J N HKHKDICI r 

T"« ffiaUm ^ U r r *T to M 

™. n_ , J011H KEHDibt,*^ J 



^T^rjE CALl|£B£IAj'ABMEB. 




CAPACITY, sui-ed 10 Iho demands of this ■ ■'■■ 

Tho peculiar eharuel. 






£ T L : 



New-York Combined MCa^hliiLes^are 

. L1QBT DRACQBT-.rb.la* f™> » * r °« Grouad-whecl. .ad . "S^^ch °™ ^* ' ° PI |" W ™ ^ „o W[N 
. TlVd PINIOSS OF IJIfirfll-ST iJZJ.-, ill" .miller one lo c»<- <!"■«" n™ 



HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

New City of 
OOZ-sLIIVSVII^IjE, 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

AHTIOCH and NEW TORE, 

at the mouth of the 

San Joaquin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

o regnlnrly Inid out, aorvoyed, una pn 

TITLE PERFECT, 

being 

a l> A. T £1 TO" a? 

Tram tho 
VISITED STATES. 

0,000 

Building; Lots! 

BOO 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY I 



flail poem was written by Theodore Wintu 
yooro ago, nod odor bit d«(b nu found a 

j-ulili 'l'i/.l pipers.] 



filtyg jS^rabbtrjr. 



^ 



tEb EAST AND IBB WEST. 



Wo of luo Ea 


t spread our sn 


a lo tho too, 


Yon 


of tho 




Iho land | 








or tbo Free, 


Ai Ibo sow 


r nhcdi golden 


jroln from hit hand. 


•Will 


re too 


rclo lb, .torn* 


bends 


Of 


con 11 


ml, yonriitirldgolo cross; 






do Iho eapo» n 




Lo 


c ollOa 


whore two lunl 


ou oeeon« toss. 


They 


moots 


d ure baffled a 


id tempest nod wroi 






(ktimiinlng, i 


gry windi roar, 


Wbll 


nolioi 




rote plnngoatuurpa 


Wo 


count 


p Ibo bloolioni 


g wrecks on Iho sha 




nnlhr- 


ogh dreary nnd lbir*ty wnys, 








winds on dint. 


Thro 


ft* so 


try nights ond f 


vnrlsb days, 


Ho 


f«W01 


word Hill u lb 


sunsets tons I ; 


Wbo 


olhes 


orebod olr qniv 


n along tho ttopoi. 




ore 111 


ilorr- footed en' 


lo lie down nnd die. 


Who 


ohorli 


on i d iu biekir 


ltd till baflleJ hopel 




FOOT] 


ofmoasurclcH 


wntlo ond iky. 


Yes, 


ours to 


billlo rclontlcs 


gales, 




d your 


(bo bravo ond 




Bulwohol ( 


too llorml In I 


irtmtlyialls, 


A 


dfory 


on tbo llfo-glvio 


g fountains ploy. 



Rest on tbo pith, ond ci 



COOKING STOVES, 

TINWAEE, HA.RDWAEE, Etc. 



h EASE ottn-rblchlhc RAKER roll off IbeOi 
I.. WILL CUT 1 i ■ GVj FEET •wall), aao. l> 
A SlirHISL tint for Ibo imoontofliibor pen 



niiuitjjniit-ibjfi, oai a fr&qoaj 
re*. EXTRAS ot oil k 



k ms- Parmer, giw us a call ond jodro for reenolre* EXTRAS or oil kinds always oo nana. w.u.- 

AfuU Assortment of Agricultural Implements, 

'""" !etUloLo "' t JOH1V X». ARTHUB & SON, 

AGRICULTURAL WABEnQUaE-.-Comor W».lilii|tui" °""~ Pnvls .trecO... ..8AH PRAKC13 



FOB SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 

ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 
A Tract of Land, 

[.EMBRACING AN ARE* OF FOUR HUNT*. 
" ' ires, bl» recently litcnnurrticd auaplol- 

in>" I, 'I-', "'l,i :1k ii' n..-= '■!■■■'■- I i'T ■ ■!■■ 

iioo»"flM**te^ A^ooUuom la oar cily. Tho Tract 

"uniVersity mound survey. 



A Real E: 

I*.,,,, Ir. Hul Or' 



ill known have paid 



o Dromm nnd Divia S 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



CELEBRATED PEACEMAKER STOVE, 
For Hale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 



DISTRIBUTED FREEI 

_ _ieb hb i bull first make nppllcatinn, nnd n 

COI Hi. r\.E.\V. HV.KV RiviT, at tmcc (on condition, 
allv), l.-.LViu K ii u, ih... ..|.iir»i. ...f iho patly 

TO IltPBOVE OR NOT; 
hut It f» Mpecn-I ih." il.-,,' i..kins: ooo of tbcGifl 
Lois "ill ii^c tlieir iuilinTicL- in directing ponons 
ic n Home in Californin, lo (bo 
NEW CITY ASD COUKTY. 
doing, the; will be the menao of getting 

Money Loaned 

To Such as Build Immediately on tha Prem- 
ises, at a. Low Rate of Interest. 



AVashing Machine 
ECONOMY ! 



dbILj, double totlom *nd dooblo 



I)Il-Ij I" 111'' I'll' -f 'In l'"l ■"'' li.l' 1 " 



I ■',' m "..;'"! '^ ' ;;i . " ?.- e "v :c n" k i N°fij K r s-i; . 




l'".l v: L,..., .Million -ill find 

1,1 .:ill.-.'.' ll.illil.,: (!■ 

p,liliodo|.rec!.tedc. 
boWliJl-tbitlp.one 

Id N>(1h'i BolldlnE, 



So. 159 Sanaome street, near Pine, 

BROOKLYN HOTEL BLOCK. ..-SAN FRAKCISCO. 

Oeneral Afeal* for tbo Pacific Cout, 

DEALERS IH ALL KINDS OP 

STOVES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

BOUSE-FDIINISHING GOODS, SO. 
SOLE AGENTS !FOIt 

iHALLER'S m 
I»atoaat jil^tislit 81 
Tbo only nbulotolT reliable Jmr In uio. 
Bnoom-V!. Hotbi Blook. Ho. 128 S.nKmi itroot 



subjoct t 



if tho i 






When lightning flush b - 


ousc-firei into 


Bloom 


And 






miU tho rois 




Iritben 


■l,i[- J.lurij;. 


onw 


rd where nigh 


cloud 


Bed 


ntofdarknc 


iion 


d meeting iu f 


*wn. 


Tb«e 


ro the days 


fm 


tlnn and more 




Now 


wo nro nrdo 




d yonog, end 








alio 


m bnlld Ibo o 


reb 


Ofo 


r triumph, a 


dpi 


nl with tho loo 


floor 


Timor 


onngb to re 


rloo 


pie ■ when be 


ram 


Tim 


enongb ta . 


»S 


eaog aflcr tho 


hgbt: 






nl 1 




i 


Wo- 


-ih nro la k 


idla 


to beoooD-IIgh 




Onril 


■01 lit loKhei 


nrq 


on eh 1 o.j flam 




Tn 






ott, ifoigbteh 


nldb 


Bald 


y ii n friend 




r iiondard), a 


dtba 


Bo 


nrs,ifwe«l 


not 


OTictoryl 




Una! 


nahler tboo 


toon 


haio been. 




Sod 


g nro ruler 


han 


nonla biro dm 


med; 


Thoro 


are brooder 


coat 


s then eyes h 


voice 


Noo 


nil mors glon 


ng 


ban yet bn.ro I 


earned 


Croop 




•owe 




d; 



The Best Location For 
RESIDENCES 



iCITY OF SAN JOSE, 
Rto Lots and streets. 



.oilitiof SanFranci.e. 
eon boilt, ond Fomllli 



iJ Ilieo or Iho roaio auioool -llli b.lt tbo .Irem-lb, 
ber tho alteration thot ibey will oow, Iben wo will 
urco nothinjt fur our labor. Bnldo. tbo nb--.no ad- 
mloeoi, the, -ill bo mneb «mallor, oailer eloaoedi 

Tba'jlacblne.'.re fur tile at tbo Homo of Iho IoTOOt- 
r, ooar Mi»l°n Son Joior al», at tho elty of San Jaw, 
"g£- a* I loUeri do boiluoei thoold bo dircclad to mo, 
tSilmoD Sao Join. ? y noaNEB 






rttd, aodlnfocl TI1ER 
hole town. I Intend 

ErVboat Tea Lots i 



L. PREVOBT, 



Locust Trees. 



W*akS7. 




ml FAR1I3 aod OROtl. 
A DAIRIES, when Indu- 



Splendid Hops for Sale I 

ABOLT TIIHRK TUSiiofvirj .u|,«rfnr CALIFOR. 
UFA UOPi «n con onVrraJ fur ••io. TJwy ire tbo bc.1 

PUHCHAGERE OF HOPS 



Hut the time of Ibo 

1I1GIJKST FLOOD LAST WINTER. 
The vusl region or boo country orounil u i-n rap- 
idlrfilliiiR up, and if the uiiintcrrupti'il DUTlgn- 
„. .„ i,,.,i„ *.,« l-r^.ei^o to Sncrammlo incrensct 
ns it hna done for tho last Bvo yenrt, theio is nt 
reniOD why Collinsvillc should not beenme a 

Qieat and Commercial City, 

it being n midway stopping- place for tho slenmcr; 

Alro-idy, ul nod nronmi l.'ollin-vilk,, ibere ij f 
largo a amber of inhabitants. Tbty have, also, < 
I'usi-niiii-i:, .Siorf, hirgi; wnrchouso, and s, 

Magnificent Wharf, 



$10,000. 

The Farming Country in Solano County can 
not be Surpassed, 



cent n countrv, connot but bore 

a h!:kVl' ..mi i;i,iniii]i:s iii-srisv, 

A ferry is about lo be I'.i.ibli'.br-I hi'iiv.-.-n tlii! 
i'orl, A riliocii iiml N.'iv York, ni'ikirif III,' i]i.,t:ini:, 
only 35 inlles, by land, to San Francisco, being i 
siring of 

Over One Hundred Miles tit those who Drive 
sin.L to that Market. 



give owny so many lots, not knowing ho' 
■ill bo nmunl scitlo™7" 
, gcnllomtin, If by giving nwny five bundre 
d cno Induce one hundred to otitic, the 
: of our lotl mors Ibnn pays us for llioa 
way, nod those holding the remaining lo' 
ara mo ownora of a hnutitotno property. 

The Very Lois You now Receive may in 

less than Three Years he Worth 

Thousands of Dollars 1 

Wo would, therefore, soy to those who dot 



menu durlog tho enming year. 

TO ACENTS. 

iy person who will net as Agent, nnd get op an 
lereit In their town, ond send ut the name! of 

For Plan of 1 tho City, showing Iho location of 
ocknnnd Lots, or llilji, or any oilier Informa- 
tion, please call on, or addrcii by mall, or express 

Collinsville Land Company/ 

OPPIOHi 

318 California Street, S. F., Cal. 

Box Ho. 1015 PostjOffioelSan Francisco. 



.pon and shield, 
a friend nnd mat. 



Ingside by side.— [At- Mo. 



SMITH'S NEW PATENT 

MORTISING MACHINE. 

rpilIS BF.W INVENTION, TflE ONLY I1KE OF 

enled Sept , 1EC0, nod In now for the Erat time oflerod 
n tho Pncifln Contt. 
This MOHTISIKQ MACHINE is not a largo com- . 

from place lo place In tbo hand easily, yet capable of 
" I a PERFECTLY SQUARE MORTISE, Inn fiol 
lihed style, of any elto, from IVj Inohoi lo any dimen- 
rranted. It will make a martin four Suohos deep 

i Machine toiks wlti a Lover Pcwor, whloh ono 
een easily e|>oiolc— tho l'ii,t,.ri, 1,0,1, .,„..i |-, n 

- ii'ii Iri ■ '.'n r ■ \.\i ■■■ ii. . ,. . ... 

onrineo anyone that shall ciatain- ir. ,.-...- n 1-i.rj., .,( 
lie hot mncbin.:. y. ' f.ncoive.i ..f i-r -ucb labor. 

Tbo wuilcurr uf lhl< .Miielilno In:- -.i.-.ir.-.l i.r 11 r.it.ij 
lie. Many ul" Ibo Slate and Territorial richla in [bo 
.1.1 So,.,- Wo been .old. 

T(,,' lUUIII ,-1.1,1., MACHINE I. now offered to 



fow mllot or Fence, will piy for tbo Rieht 

PERSONS WISHING) TO BUY EIGHTS 

'kr.vi el, ■.: inny i.rlt.. r..-. i-: ll(.,r i',,ra,er, oL.j will jcL 
■..■•.ii,,.- Accoi forlhoinmn. 

"I ill. Mi.-iiio., .'ill 1," Ji-.u in ..|,i,|-:,li..i, .,■ II,.. illlni.K. 



IVAKMAN * LITTLE. 



Twenty-five Cents ! 
AMBROTYPES 

JOHNSON'S 

First Premium Gallery. 

No. m CLAY STREET...SAN FRANCISCO. 

FOR 2B OE1STXS. 

ALL STYLES OF FANCY CASES OR LARGE SIZES 

PbotogrnphH !•'•■ S3 per Oozcd. 

Larno-iiied Phoiasraphs, tha tamo heretofore taken 
at Tr.s lioLLiBs fir Hi- lir.i c . ,,,,-. -,iu borooft=r bo 
Tnttcs Doll*h ^l^'™ «r lcl . 0s " do "«- All 

THIS. IS NO HUMBUG. 

Wo guarantee and fil1«it ibo blghoit order of work u 

our speciality. 

Beware of impoHtei ■§ 1 ! 

llio |iaTemeal i.iili ii i.mHi, ;, [| ' Ji'jiKi'jfJs'ciit in il. 



! 



I 



72 



Sjs ilarlitts. 



THE CAL IFO RNIA FABMIER^ 



lUkal for Ihe put neck 



. The belli or ™li fblf" u < 
have arrived, nn noder eh 
iralcd onfayorafcly foroorgrai 



r JLjrptui will yet fco rr.ioLrcd- 

daot crap; and w* shall hail with pleasure tbi 



W. nolo tie clearance .■! ill. Danish bark CccIIIb, 
far Bongk-one, wltb nn assorted cargo cod lilting la 
portoreridtki Wheal, 76 bbls Flour, SOD dski Quick- 
silver, ind D:5,S17 Inuun. Thn Imperial alio look 
oa assorted cargo, consisting In port of 17, 300 sks 
Wlc-il, 20(1 ski Oats, 100 bales Boy, ISO p-w rt-1.1-. 
■ liver, JIM bbls Floor, etc. By the ileame,. .mi 
log vessels norlb, onr shipments of Floor, Feed, sod 
Feed-Grain., bin been liberal, nnd giro promise o" 

Potatoes, l„ coDsoqnenceof « speoBletlve mc-to, bar 
ioproved somewhat, but it pri.eot tllu .fiord lb 
producer nothing lhai ti rem Boon. live. 

Bade; ud Oats have materially declined; autringt 
»ra very liberal, end buyers forr. 

Our receipts uf Frodoeo from around tbe Bay forth 
pistwetkhuvobeenssfollow.- WhcM llarOsks, Oat 
0J3 ,ts. Coram.]! 03 sks, FloLr 4313 qr-.fc-, Wool 311 
bales, Kyo 52 sks, Barloy 2300 sks, Beam 41 ikj, Bru 
«S >ks, Buy 165 Km, PoUloos M its. 

Also, Ooutirlw; Wheat 1110 sks. Barley (SI sks, 
Eeioa ?" sks. Wool 111 bales, Oats 100O iki, Polaloe! 



■■r„':i'/v.' '.". 'I ■..'.. !r':!j 1:^,""""' ■" ; ;.iv,;' ^' 

/££>"■ --; 1 i..' 1^] I B,k^. air, .. B ml -fl El 

|/' r ' ';■■ ".-';'. i, ''■ ■u'-'i!t! , iMir. i :.i ■■ ; (■ . 

j&ruiub.. ..ftuD5(Ofllloo 
"■to 1, ^.n^'^fad'U™ ""*» »*? 'I"* 



BY CONTINENTAL TBtHGHAFH. 
DATES TO APRIL 21!d. 

Dvtaa the put week, gold hits tumbled again 
falling io 1-H@I47. Contidernblc fighting bns 
beengoing onut various point?, with generally 
favorable resulu lo the Union cause. Io Virgi 
driarbinniid of ilio nriuj, a bum repulsed i 
dispersed lbs rebel troops, anil capturing pris 
ers nnd property. In Tennessee, rocoonoklng 
prdiliona (roni Jleciphis, hid scleral engagements 

upiuring prisoners and material. Cou.-iik-mbl" 
bangs in tbc plans and iu oilmen Is against Vicks- 

aado, irilb prospect nf favorable results. Tbo 
ronclads at Port Koynl were having their decks 
enrily plaled with iron, nnd tvero nearly ready 
jr a determined nllock on Cbnrlcslnn, tbo former 

DODOiloiico. The B. S. Iroops occupy Seabrook 
nd Folly Islands. Gen. Foster ran Iho bloi-kad- 
om Ws>biDgtoa,rI.C.,ln the steamer Ejcorl, will 
its of pilot killed nnd aercral wounded. Oic 
)0 thoiand shell Vfcrc tired at the reus], beside 
askelry, etc., and IB cannon il.ot look effeci oi 
jb steamer. Gen. Fouler has since lelt itiib ai 
:pedillon far tbe relief nf Wusbinglon. The K 
C.'s armed with rillea and revolrtn, nltemptiK 
break up a Union meeting at DooYillo, Ind., or 



Fnycllcvllle, Ark'., 
mornlnif by 3,000 rcb 
ler/. Our force rras 
the rebels rritb cousiii 
Gio killed and sure 
treated io disorder tov 
rrero nil nTunsnl rccro 
ped, nod vi ilbnut Drill 



iked on Saturday 

u Ihno 3,000, nod rcpulotd 
-ablo loss. Our Iom «as 
ecu wounded. Ti.ey re 
rds Ihe O/.ark. Our Iroop) 
i, poorly armed and etjuip- 






Uvu. 1-inwr, .ilil, , l.,-;-,,i,.. ],i, f... v, '.-.:.... 
N. 0. The tapiaio r ibe ste.m.er rcporid ibm ibe 
Menu., i. were all off Hillon Hear! „n II,, |,;,|, 
(iov. tVi.-o l..,H brer, recalled fra.u l!i, , l .„„„,,„| ; „ 
front of Willi[.m.,l,uru', au.l i.ii-n. UouJ ,,|,„ ( .j [„ 
corarnand, 

Tbe Brc at DeoTsr City, Colorado Territory do 
Iho morning of Ihe I31h, deslroytd properlr 
raluedal a million undo half A Ur^ .,,,,,„, 
ire b™k"°V ■ bet P ' 0,i5iDB ' ""° b "™ ed ' To " 



sn. Peck, Saiurdoy 

Lnn ucaiy ujiimj lil n t.-i juruuli, Lii[iluf.. 'I ■. :: 

The Eigbij-ninth Now York nnd Eiyhib 
Uiculireru Ibe storming parly. 
Vonit, April J2d. — Sterling bills more 

I.,l; oi ir.r.i.i7j ; s,.ii ■ uf'ol. coupons, 1031© 
■0.1J r ?-]■>■-, Iflalfnilm:!; fucin,- Mail, laSJ. 
Fliou Msirco, reports come of (evere Dghline a 
ncbla, Ihungh ronjliciing os to the results. It i 
-elly f rtdent, however, that Lba Mciicnns "hDl 
,dr airn" with tbe Frcncb, and will worn there 
ilen the Inner aro hentily reinforced. 
EcaoriU!!.— Dntes loBih; Tbc Union Emnoci 

.Sling ngnin.'l Ihe building of n-nr ihiji.i i,,i ilj. 
rebels, nod adopted a memorial collinc on [bi 
llon-rnraenl Io vindicate Ibo honor of Eogland 
l. 1 , ^■■fi|.l'i..- -ii. h j.r. . i- .-,-il i ri [^-i . 

The Polish insiirruclior, is reported as increaj. 
in- In v.iri.m-i Ji rations. Suodry conflicn nn 

Aiioilicr rrbid prl* 



TO STOCK BKEEDEBS. 



Young Justin Morgan. 

nBAUiiFUL, aton-DtooD, iilaci 



THAVELINO. 



STEAMSHIP LIN 



Description and Padigree. 

nT.ellH.wlL Cliei'. D.m ™ Jlrnl lij^ouno U.trJlUinUn i 

Un"'","l 'l,i!i",""'l"'."' 'i'I'.'..";/'!"'",''' 1 ,''.-'.!'.'.'-! 'ti!.' ■„■'■' 
Sdal«nCoiullvF«!r, Vu.lo ISM. (ceo Llo.lfl' oo Morgan 




:it.1IS._Mv ill- ,™, t , JM; D r, 110 



D— 1— 1BOU— A. 

DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTEES 



i'y 



n FrasaiKi) Cattls HarkaL— iprO 31. 

■Ameritan, Brit onalityTo to^o; Idquil. 

5=! Spsnlib, So to 7c £6. 
.ciL— le@3o^lb. 
Hoos-Stock Hogs NJio; f at Dogi oo root r@8 
MnrroB— druiod, CcQSe, aeeonjlng to nn.liiy 
IS t iS2S. C£ " r ' _I " *""* *»««»! 3d qo.ll., 



ir 111.- i:r, 



than a 
in Ban.„. 

New York, April 23- 
of Ibe U.S. District Al 
Peter IJolT, to be given 
dodge Bells go.ve n « 



righi . 



In tbe matter of tbe claim 
orney for the mails of the 

rl.-.l Oj.inLnii in [|,e V. s! 



..-irVi,- 



SetaU Price, at WmrJjigion Miirkot.-Aprll 



an alDikznelnn.. ..a 
Apple... .jpa"» 






e night sec lit, and thai if be refined to let "he 
mils he opeoed, he might do so. Oa ibis dictsion 
.e mall, will be delivered to District Attorney 
T\ Mr A?chfhold° tn "" n,i, " ?d lo lbc Bfilisu Con- 
An Official dispatch, dated off New Orleans 13 
-ajs: tin the .Morning „{ il„. -7U, „lt ,„ ,),,' 
break, Com. Fnrr. !k -.ii, a itli t „,,i„, „ ],.-;,-....,: 
izo-td the liiiliericsftl V 



■J £l.i run .S,r 
ochs of corr 

Port Ftuynl 



TheyHienstbco 



TlfG THOIiOUGB-BKED JACK 

Yoimg- St. I^ouis, 

.... jftf WILL STAND THIS SEASON AT 
IjWr »;iEALr.'.5 HASOII, nenr Mojoold. Santa 
* ' ' CI'" r.only. and ,er.-e mint at 810 tbo 

'-■' ■!.. -.ir.„, .,;,, „ c . Ma,. -I, Ijih „„. I ,..,.[!„ ,- .I„k- |5tb. 

sr [.in i.s„„„i,„, er i,v, 1,0,1,!, bii-Jj. i in: -..-... 

'i'|''- ! ','.','r j' ' ' [" V" L M , C i' ' " ' l " ' ^ " '^ ''""' "'"'' V "' "' '■•""'■ 

(,..:,ir.. In.i j™™„ afler hi. airivol, ai,d"i'- ; 'r.i' i.'l 
toboihoune.l JwkiolhoSlalo 
fi..-,. ■.-.l.iu.icr., ,,,„„. itic-trvitc-rtbeBitT Jack 



Pure-Bred Durham Bulls, 

.THE uodon 



California and New Y or L 

VIA NICARAGUA. 

750 Miles Shorter tlian any oilier Rom, 

tW MOSES TATtOB 

LEW Tons, 

E BOWES. _ 

•■■■WaBiai. 

Wltlbodiipntehodfor 

SAN JUAN DEL SUR. 

Prom Mission Street Wharf, paooluall. ai o , 

io Ihe mornin B , Dn *<* 

Weanwday, April 22, m 

ConneoUng at OREYTOWN vrltb |ho , pltaUl 

IL LINO IS)J || 

Redncod Rules or Pusaca nnd gniek trl 
^red hy.be .o.o.enin, of lh ^ 

Those Slosmors aro UBsorpossed for 
IIdbis and safety, and every effort „[„ 

ForfnrtbDrinfon 



Pacific MaiTst^ship^c^l 



all the 
Anomb 



or of n 



h b h P* ro,ed ."» B,el ' f""» 'bo frigala 



JAPANESE 

Fruit Trees, Plants and Seeds, 

jsfJL JL'ST tlECETt'Ell PROU KarJ. (JBIO 
<gs^a?»n>, oi »Uanulilp Scotland, and for mlo IijTOJ 

WM. HASELTINE, 
At Tbo Japanese Dazaa/r, 

3STO, 321 MONTGOMBRY:Sa 

Fruit & Ornamental Trees, 

Grape-Vioes, Evergreens, Seeds, Etc., 

ApNlo, Cherry, Peaeb and Pear Trees ; 
Apricot, Plom, Pomegranate and Fig Tree.; 
-—■amen, Orange, (in bearing coodition); 



»UuoBi^b^ S'S£H| ^-^T:.,. ., Jt ;-s . 

Js^tt iXtCT'oTt" "I" B " : ' Hib ;";/»^8M.d Pine, Tea I,aau, and "Ale 



.. '■'— ■■■'-'" "■■! ' ■'■ ■ i - ■ - . n -., 

l..i.-.-.-„ d,„ al.,,.:..|., ti,, ,.,:,,. (.., . 

■t.ll ■!.:.. anil,. p ..„, r „r I..,,,., .,,, L ... 

iboeooniry. I'or-.i,.- m :i .li.ru,,:,. ,,„ 
■'"./'"b '"""'"" "" bo h,ld '"' "•= 
N. B.-Ttro of 'the sbovo BDLLS for t al 
^ Mnsfleid.SaXi 



PAHM STOCK, Sea. 



American and Half-breed Merino 

EWES. 

600 "IS'K™*™'™ BREED 



3 Fine AUNti-allan Mc- ^ 
JL. rliio si.ecp. ,, , t 



rsTir, PtiRTnER sann 

P BACH MOlVTtt, 



■0 Edlu, 



Grain, Vegetable, &Flower Seerj BO f j Qpan 
or is«a. 




Italian and^nrmon Bees. 

^^auPEnioH aiVAnsis . 



DAVIS & WITHAli™**'' 
Commission Merchants, 

Flour, Grain, B B " n "p ro a nce eenerally. 

Cornsr D«bj and Clay „,«,,, 

irarin E ., : ooda'i"S 'ini c j lr r* 1,1 ' 0t ' 0rc!,ul ' J,[ " li '"'■ 1 " rlL |J "« ilui 
I |hu(gr [0[ n ih, 



OAKLEY & JACKSON 

TATE SALT CONIP A „ Y 

BOLE IJIPURters 0F T|1B 

Sau Queati^ Salt; 

300 fbns SAN QOENTIM ROOK- 
■«oo do CARMEN ISLA\D- ' 

the lowest fllarkttpric 
*«ff FRAHQISao 

fTHEfUilSPRlPTJoK..": 



"ir."'.i,'r!: S^"^^. "»^ 




In Ui. aiOHlll at April, Ihaj, 
rtprtl 3— OHIZAUA, F. S. F.rciwDnl. Coma 

Ar.ni ia_o 01DB » AOB , „ „ „^„ 
A """= , - ,, >™"».>v.i-.t.,u„ c „ m> , 



""f™* 1.,. 

I-OH. PAJMAMa. ™ 



CalifoniiR sleRa HwigaKon CompiiiJ 1" 

Apar-in ii% /rem /Jroodea, tior' „,. ,-^ji ,, ' 

tURBmo DSPTBrT STATES MAIL 

,TQB PAST AND BPL 



Pull-blood Merloa sucep. 

Por.on. irl-hineFoll.blood Merino Shoon e. 

...or or rrnoiCa'. h :.^ b u wl, >" ^ 

oaraoterforsal.. Addrcu Bdi™™;,,?,,;*' 1 B g™ 



Fnll-Blood Durhiiai Btoot 

^'' ll d.'^,,!" r ';' ,^..(, ;';';■ ■.,■ ■■"■■ '''-"' ''"'""i'o^'oV 1 ^." 



COLL INS V I LLE. 

J^«g>. AS T'--lol FBIlRV-nOATWllIti 

AJil-r'irfi™ iV.'Vv"',"'- ,: "" ""' ir-Mi-n,-.^; 



|e "£5Si;S;., : "'' 



Wool, Hides, and Sk^Z:^-^ . j 

j|S# Puronaa 0< j S»^ . ~"'C,:— ■'■'- "»" -i>»% 



ol(6 ^.J-*™ 



AT IHS EIOBEs, j.ARKR, ,„^ 

R. PEDEHSTEIN & co 
„ ala ««o»ra btkbbt. ' 
*i.v niAtrcisco. 



Produol^Vo^ 

a *N fhah'ohcS. N ™ Hn,,lbcr - 



OAL IE . ORTsr ^_ FARMEB . bc| 



[On 




I.I: 


t i) 


f Aeetit 




,; 


at the 
1 


Po.t- u 


IDco 


and tbomen' 


,- .-.11 1- 


V A -- 


.',:"■'. 


™r*° 




l/H.(,,.,..T, r , 


':'/"'/ 














i'"u":, 


I:. 1 ":: 


.■;•'" 


oad 


Cnmy. 





'^€S7»!?d.*£^HSair : 







:!'. ; ''f< 



, 8ucAR -a«r^ r r 

'ttr^ ""'■"' 'uo-crloe,. can ill,.,. Semi tt* 



Pfty Us ' 



IT-.' 







3? -"-": 



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u 



imrnm^^^M^^^ 



fOLOME XIX. 



|$ ftalifaraia fame. 

iTO JODRXAL OF V3BF0L SCIEKCSS. 



FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MQRNINO, MAY 1, 1863 L 



NUMBER 10. 



il CALIFORNIA FARMER, 



OD-WORE-I 

' Old Lottera aBS Pleasant Meniorleo. 

t readers this week, a garland of benn- 
^-.ad happy thoughts; they come from the 
"old letters" of oar esteemed eor- 
fcindent, who always has the faculty of Mlm ti- 
le pure gold from ihe roughest rock, and in- 
tlBa; the fragrance of every wayside Hower. 
IB original spot of this bright picture In Ala. 
1, as il was seven years since, has materially 
enged. The pioneer artist aed florial has been 
nolher part of thr- great vineyard of ha- 

altered oier the laud, and thousands of 

senbousc plant! hate been transplanted 
r pet gardeni, to be polled by olhor 
e bnodreds of plants have been made 



r a forest, and the whol 
The prelly collages, re 



a for its development. The Present goes by 
ceded, and the bopo for the Futaro feeds on 



ool'mnre of a reJOrt TrX'"...™ oN^-lure. for 



i, for those suffcriog from physical 
dual delight to walk into the Norse- 



ofbeal 


by vtgetatinn I never before beheld, and I 






n Den 


eronnmy- "For Ihe Lord thy God, bring. 


eth the 


into a good land ; a land of brooks of 


witter, 


f fountains, and drpths that spring out of 




and hills; aland or wheat, and barley, 


and Ti 


es, Bad fig-lroes, and pomegranates ; a 


aodol 


oil, olives nud honey ; a land wherein thou 


shall e 


t bread wilhout scarceness— thou ehalt 


not lac 


anything in it ; a land whose stones ore 


ton, o 


d out of whose bills thoa may'sl dig 


And 


trnly this is a good '!;" ,1. The loveliest 


rooks 


f water run gurgling in anil out amid iho 




spots— and herein are the speckled troui, 




cand delight of omatcar fishermen, jual 




you have seen at Trenton Falls, when, 


Kith a 


ouy of worthy Isaac Walton's "Complete 


Angler 


in one bond, and your line and rod in the 




on have said, as Simon Peter did, "1 go a 


fishing 


" just snch as are to be found among the 



ic 


tc for w 


eks, on 


1 


come 


home 




ewitehed 


ti 


] your a 


gling o 


d 


onto 


es, lb 


t 


• almos 


or 


got Ihe cr 


ellv of 




!Bpo 


t in 1 






Bl 


.ring del 


ripuona 


I 


on g 


ve or 


Ihe 


n. Here 




, are wb 


at and 


b 


rlev 




bo heavy 




ds of the 


iter del 


g 


oioo 


a beg 


nni 


g to bene 




he winds 








:hcm 










ride "1 


« 


Ibo 


mn 


ad, 


Held afte 


ie 














eye. We 


pl 


eked aevc 


alofll 




talks 


with l 


els 


lention o 


;■ 


nsoring lb 
e blghl. 


em, bnt 


d 


ey w 


roofs 


ch 
till 


D incred 
they had 


h 


ir full de 


velopme 




; lor 


os Mr 


.V 


remarked 



ted lhat bo had n 



sues, and on 'bo 3Stb of April, 1 
gathered rlpa cbcrdrs from a tree, tta 
last February, from Oregon. 



ong. we shall bear In San Francisco. - 
Blrcet cry of "Here's juut fioo sirawb 
.wberries from the EucimiU" while r 

grounds, bin by iudufuiig.ibli- iiidu> 
verence, made "the wilderness to rrjo 
om «3 the rase," and haa been the mci 
icing fruit Irees largely into this sect 
Din. Other gardens and orchard* hi 
p around him, and although several 
finely kept, that of the originator be 

and the green-bouse of tbc "Piooe 



of gay cah>jj nboot them and 
their mooy aVaftrers ; creeping 
a to bear the k% of Ihe rough 
f their glass bouses al Ibeir sis- 
open air, and modest little for- 
«l my Igooranco as I ask their 

fis a little gem of a cottage ; 
nehes of the great oak Irec- bend 

throws fnnUislic shadows upon 
asant chamber, which for a few 






: Looking over my writing dei 
I came opoa this letter, wrltti 
ctol rny uoexpeciedly seeing tl 



[Sides of Mr. Jlyers t 
nursery of the P« 
narkiblc for its ll 



onsidered the 
and fertility. 



peli! harm< 
nyoftb 



me, be as famous as California g< 
nffer sips from goblets of fair B< 



.Id; nod as the 



:c, also, my prophesy of our wines 

led, and Ihe strawberry, and peaoh 

Bi d. "People will laugh at your cr. 

d Sir. Myers, when 1 nod my desci 

h 1 wai. offered on o dollar, to rcitoro 
he handed roe an "ox-heart," one 
•1 1 ever uv. Since those days I hav. 

Respectfully, Una. Jama Si 
Ibe Bay of Sin Leaudro rfpples i> 



md of oil, olives one 

certainly liner than 

baps nut quite cqno 

frequently wondered si 



[difficult to find. 



,<,!,<■)■." The native 
o the French, nod [ 



dby 



ibroidered in floi 
ireading naklrei 
;>»e from ibe noisy 






"Ole Boll" is without mens' 
oment wilb a law soft cftden 
ioln leaf when iho wind tou 



rth, and is lifted b 



the light branch on 
tbc last thrills cot 
The poor little forei 



urgliog from his It 
ve, but exquisite (- 



snd Cigars grown and made in theyoei 1863. 
indoubtedly always interest the growers 



in largo quantities, 10 inform them thai a plaol, e 
tender ni Iho tobacco, m\^, |n a sheltered an 

ninl plant, yielding a good crop Ihe secon 
hird year from the same root. 



1/b c 



' Scab in Sboep. 
p-growers of our Stato will find some 
ts In the following brief practical essay 



on the 




ortho 


shnaric 


g season, 


lima to 


apply 


in" 9 o»"° n iho 


Scientific 


dote SI. 


cb 28), I no 
ro Iho Scot 


lib Far 


Very nblo 


i of Sea 




l.ubj 


Them 
cl to W 


X™- 


enking of the 


oriu-i, 


nature 


and de- 


o flocks 


"i'n'n 


1 par 


a of Iho 


'world, ™ 



mends frequent washings with 
igcthcr with the use of dry snl- 

, an opporluni.y of calling the 
cstcd, to the results of my ei- 



o hair, and of n 



tlthy condition of w 



ing upon Ibe ner 
ad no nn (a tbc 
ibe of every filan 



different slnods of 
f rows of ■ 



i plan 



ng plan 



ck, the second having 
4, 5, and G leaves, nod the third having 8, 10 and 
12 leaves, strong, heallhy, Bnd very line foliage— 
eomu plunlj already topped. Mr. Wynkoop showed 
ua tho grounds — fine rich loam, with a benvy 
body of nshes mixed with the enrlh mnkes it dry 
and very lively and warm ; from this bed tbo old 



growth, and frnn 
culled [he strong 
ready made ciga 



lbes> 



I Ur. Wynl 



CO. We simply 
.ve Ibe results i 
t nn. Mr. Wyr 



tecund and third year, il 
arge, yet from tbo eviden. 
tbiuk tho quality would I 



.ly as certain. But 
y manufacturing fn 
here, would neglcc 
-a bee-line for this 
redit; and ll must 
d forfeit the lu.de 



To-day I sil In Ibe sluGio ; before me spreads 
ml the garden, In which Bro fifly-lwo varieties ol 
lowering plants; ibo beds nro bordered wilb a 

ind hearing a purple blossom. The poibwny lead- 
cither side tho while paling! forming tho fence, 
meet-peas clamber, and hold thi 



endrill t 



Bay or San Lcondro i 
r ugnlasi Ibis are Iho 



A, wide 



ovillng bis ipecles lo 
miry of flowers, ! con- 
< a drone Indeed, who 
sweetness lo be found 



ded ai 



inrsery of Iho Iter. A. n. Myers Is a perfect 

of thrifilnesi, neatness, order, and plenty, 

ere less than two years agu Ihe soil was 

rpeted wilb wild blooms, It now yields a 

■ of fruits, vegetables, and a variety of ibr 

'■Wall until sweetest and rarest cnlilvBlcd plants, h is tHati- 

nalian. Tbin led within an inclosed lot fronting the hoose, and 

1 among thoio left behind ibe ground elopes gradually down lo the Hay. A 

'.he ear of a cborbhed lo- broad palb lending through Ibu center, is Hanked 

mils congenial reaponse on cllber elde by a grove of yonog apple, p U 

sssssr-"" — > I'irna utyond the broad seas. And and peor trees or many varieties. Liule seedlloui 

» I •WiMui.t.i, <.,„ u u„ 1L . llt ,,, u „, „„ j no , mke J fool and a half In flight, are filled wilb half.rip- 



lofty and majestic, while still beyond, forte 
grand and sublime bnekgrnund to this pi 

g from their proud summits, ri 
teir solemn and unchanging reppsc, 
bnlsofeternlly, lypesof the glory and grei 
'their Greater. 
As tho nld oak Irec throws Ha dark shadow 
athwart the window at which I Bit, 1 llaton 
delight to the Innumerable choristers thronging 



Intelligent P r 
4al Sotieo for 



I hi.: I,,, | 



1 fro i 



■Mongea Benns,' indigenous of Ih 
Tbcynrcca!lcd'Scven-7cnr Bean 
Sis and bears that length of tin 
They arc great runners, covering all ihe slon 
idlng tho native lands. They are vc 
I eniing bean. They c 



In my prnfeasinn (medicine), lo ind a remedy 






iceptioo of the 



inly a n, 



nnco them good. 
) give them a trio 



t>HV(Th. .,. I E 






Hills i 



I praises for Ihe gift of life 



sing 



my of the > 
1 dlsllnc 



eeds from n humming. bird. It dnshea its bill f. 
. moment Into a crimson chalice, upon which 11 
unsbine rests, and sips its sweetness; then, perc! 
ng on a bongb, begins its solo. Till I came be 
never heard Ihe song of Ibis bird, and cou 

iny throat. The Chinese pair exceed It in tl 
looness of their notes, but tho gushing gladne 



in, and thoroughly tested. We 
o red many hundreds of pa ret Is 
ved a goodly quantity again, 
to furnish all who desiro il, pi 



Tho Highland Rice will groi 



weeks lo come 
We would re 



A It belog planted In drills, 
I pulverised soil. 

I— Wo" invite Grain-grow- 



Ibxpeiih .so Homns.— Wo Ir 
and Haymakers, to road the 

t Stale nro now offering the trry Uil implomenl 



tod to Samuel Nor 
n parcel of indlgi 
>r general good. 



king up Ihe beda or bauuls of ihe parasites, 
remores tbo earthy depostlcs upon iho wool, 
bemlcnl decomposition, thereby rendering It 
, and softer to tbo loochnndoyo, with thegrnd- 
l 'eaching or whilenlng effects of the sulphur 



n the 



m also. 



nny 



fy* The Hubbaii Brjonih. 



bid, ,, 



iSlliailiovorybi 
ow In the mark 
It Is a good kot 



liable lo decay Ifko other squashes. Il should b* 
remembered, howovor, lhat the only way to cook 
it properly is to bake il. Saw Ibe squash In 
belies; bnko il, nod bring It on the tnblo in ihe 
shell; Ihns propnrod His superior lo Iho swoot 



Oakland Flouring Mill.— Our neighbors Iho olh- 
r side of the bay nrc making superior Hour, corn- 
nenl, buckwheat nod ryo flour, and our Contra 
losta Meads huurlalo In tho good things of life— 
his is, I auppoio, one reason nby bo many of our 
■ily folk reside "over there." Messrs. Kimball, 



Ihem selves 
kinds of Hour, 
mllla. They a. 



[V"|.f]i 



lo mills, are doing 
redit for the excellence of all 
eels, etc., sent out from theao 
rise Indeed lo establish so good 

day and find tBady saio for. all Ihoy 



! : 1 



74 



tain Hortlcultai 



T 



HE Q ALIFOBNIA FARMER 



TEafollowiog .. 

Atlantic Monthly. It will bo found interesting to 



jeew of elegance and ream 
• cored Ibe comforts of life ; 



:n-gorden precedes Lb 



se;t!ons of the Union, nt least, poised through 
Hid ordeal of ■ young nation ; elegance [l follow- 
log the plain and practical; ibe spacious mansion 
with Iti luinrious appurtenances, is succeeding 

ll.il cabin. The perception of Ihe pictoreiquo is a 
notoral malt of earlier Heps in Ibe path of re- 

seldom pi, 



the critical eye and tistc of the proprietor, 
Jlr. John Jay Smith, tbnt of Mount At 
Cambridge, or Greenwond, Nan- York, 
cemetery In Cincinnati, ban afforded fii 
mens of rare (roes, (hongb from tbs r. 
(heir purposes picturesque effect cooln no. »c 
retched, except io tor os aided by Irrcgul.irltr of 
surface. And here we would remark, lu coooee- 
liun wl(b tbll subject, [bat one regulation of the 
Cincinnati cemetery is worthy of imitation. No 
arbitrary railings, or ill-kept hedges, bound Ibe 
individual lots; all Is open, and the visitor, as be 
drives through the grounds, is charmed by the 

rial distinctions, which, perhaps, necessarily 
sepnratod in life, hare disippenrcii in death. 

with landscape-gardening, ono 



;r in tbolr 

ability to farm alcohol am 



ir can be formed artificially Tram 
!gotable fiber, with sulphuric ncld, t 
igar. The latter is the chief swee 
once used In domestic Hfo. The ocm. 
uc-sugar in any considerable quantity if 
s few plants, some palms, the maple 



iinii: ncld St.if:cft 
«re mills- 
3rape-iu- 
nrch nod 



l/ To make Potato Starch, 
made from (be common potato ft 



enin. 






The culllrMion uf sorghum In all sections where 
can bo raised presents sererni ndrantages. It 
yields' a large annum of true cluc-sngar and 
alrnp.nnd its leaves nfibrd good food for 
cattle. Its seed also yields a bright red dye and 
considerable fatty acid, thus rendering it a valna- 
real for feeding cattle. The expressed cane 



no nmrltlous food f 
id cheap pudding f 



io medical properties <iT 
e preferred ns an n 
subjoc 



le of food, except fnr i 

^king the starch is simple and Ibe lime required 
i shun os to put it into the power of overyooe 
iringtho means at hand. Wash nny nnnnlity 
'potatoes perfectly clean, and grate them Into a 
I. lull lull of clean cold water ; stir it up well ; 

o grated pc 

W, plnngn il into another tub of I 
u through (he 
' the residue nwoj; .. .. 
remains in the "pumice ; 1 





8EED WAEEHOTJSnl 

(XSTABLI3HED IN 18o0.) 

TV. MOOR] 

IMPORTER 



... -wheisJ" 
Among a youog people like . 



Prompt r. 

labor, nod jDBt in proportion as demand i 

bo will be the exertion to meet it. Thus we God 

the market, of the cities amply atlppticd 

every Injury of frnll and vegetable; the so. 

are anticipated by artificial means, gtas 

broogbt into requisition, and the tables of the 

" ealthy are furnished with a profusion unki 



jelly i 



Slant 


s 10 


tbemsolv 


ei rathe 


than adopt then 










sm ore obstacles, 






:d ofm 




other 


poop 


rb; henc 


onghto 
It need 








sampled 






ket-g 


rden 


E, bring, 


E to the 








'r poor, 








ope a 


e enjoyed 


only br 


bo higher classes 










peach 


s pit, 


nled, by 




ndividual, by ten 




mm 


. and ca 




bnal. 


bartr. 


red fnr tit 


special 


purpose, io quan 



otherwise have been n bleak bat 
os as the abode of taste > 
Among the prominent privato nrboroUms i 
our country, may bo mentioned (bat or Mr. Sai 
gent, nt Wodeneshe. Mr. Sargent, as may be sec 
by his supplement to Downing - ! "Landscape-Gai 
dening," is an enthusiast In tbo culture of coui 
fers ; he is repuled-tojjavo made liberal imports 
tiaos, and the result orojjSnKempls n t acclimn 
lion, given to the public, Save aided others in lik 
endeavors. Judge Field, of Princeton, New Jet 
sey, hits a pinetom of tuoch value ; sume ur hi 
specimens ore nr rare excellence. Be, also, ha 
been n diligent Importer. 

(Jfeej^Eatfaaai) 



portion to population. The first of which there'" 
any record, and probably the earliest established 
vraj ilial of John Bartram, near P 

msoyof lh B ' r ■ 
preparatory t 

edlo exchange for American prcTueiie*™""™^ 
specmeu trees planted ty (he elder Uarlram and 
bio deHendau.s still adorn the grnuod. clas-ic to 
tho botanist and the lover ofNatote- lorn- m , 

y _....d, !,,,., „,„„„.„ ., „„„,'„„ J ui J 

v, our earliest endence of a taste f or h 

Prince, in Flusbing, New YVrk "" '" 
believe prior to the flornl,,!!..,, „',„ 
•be family .otb, present day. ' F „ 

thereabout n; 

woold lesdo 
e in ahiunts was boaad up in the onrserv 



BEperlmc-iifi^iOi Cbinoao Sugar-Cnne. 
.7- w recently received n (realise entitled Con. 
no io the Knowledge of (ho Nad 
Sognr-cane, by Charles A. Gotasmnn 
e, N. Y. The information furnished' 



in 


Phil 


dclpbia, a 


o made 


evtral c 


n 185T 


tin 


its to 


a, certain 






nam, 






(be sorgb 






le> 


Ug*li 


A3, With 1 


form a tic 


a regard 


ngau 






ed white 








OW 


give 


to (be p 


ublic Tor 


the be 






»»': 


engage n 












snhjec(. 


Sir. Goess man's 


il-ri. 



for the imported crop. At 6 ceots n pound in Ibe 


$/ Physiology of Swimming. 


raw state this costs no leu than 534,800,000. Be- 


Tn-EmcAca! authorities nftho French army espe 


sides this nmount of fnreign sugar shipped annu- 


ctnlly recommend that men inclined to diseases o 


ally inlo oor country, about 25,652,000 gallons of 


the ehes(, should be continually made to swim 


foreign molasses were consumed in 1BB2. What a 


The following are (ho effects (which M. le Docteu 


large market we have for acbeaper borne product 1 


Dudon attributes io swimming) on the organs o 


It is well known that the common Jngar-cane 


respiration : 


flourishes best in very warm latitudes ■ the beet- 


"A swimmer wishing to proceed from one pine 


root in (be more northern climates; while the 


Io another, is obliged to deploy bis arms nod leg 


sorghum enne seems best adapted for temperate 


to cut through tbe liquid, and to'heal the wate 


adtudes— embracing nil <,„ ,- Middle and Wes(era 


with (hem lo sustain himself. It is to the chest 



By tho catefal selection of seeds and judi 
iulluro Ibe quantity of sugar in [his cane m 
noreased. This bus been (he case with (he su- 
lur.bcot in Eorope. New and Improved species, 
uch as tho Otabeiian variety, may also bo 



icing hnrlful io it, Is beneficial ; for, according 
id principle of- physiology, ihe more en 



"le. Plants suited u> wind, 




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I 
ALL KINDS op 

GARDEN, FLOWER, ntU| T 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and SfriJ 
SEEDS. 

SO. 408 CALIFOKXI* STREebI 
Old ATtunber MO, 

Bttircec Saosomo and Montpimery slrs.u, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAt 

THE UNDERSIGNED nAgESTABLlSHBD SC 
a correspondence and business in Euromi aitn 

r^tholr choicest seedsgro™, «f rt l*l, 
-ys be In receipt, and in ondlois varl.tj, | B|ol , 
oUy from Franco and Eneland, fmm wIlLm, J 
responilbiB housosi some of (ho most pron ,h,„| 
oatalomet. 
onthaoxporiBncooroarbait g— »— 
"•ars, and all otheunho plant seed Ihi 
California are not folly reliable aud ca 
■les of year, nutil mora «,,il-tl t „,. , iL . 
i (Ifio knonlodgo shall be given to tho hosin 



21; 



™;:.:ur.':x 27 ;ryr;;:r. ■ 
«.m. ,1. „.,„ „ „, u „. z\"i" 

».»! I. ...lb,, „j „„„ „"„, ,,„ ™ d ' 

ZZ£* " '"." "" "'"" ™w«p". 

W»l lu, , 01nB whicb "' 

ollliooi, sod fmi , , ? ' e "' b > 

tiisr ?-"*-^::; 

fessional florin. ,| M ■,... /_ , "" J . " Ck - Pro - 



fessional florist, alva have mn hip ile',, . 

owth of reficin, 
cotture,nndbou 



nbich fereeullectsiDgleflo 
at a dollar, can now he put 
the plant. 

It might bo carious In ref. 
of banlcalture, to institute au „. ,,, 
catm and effect. Have (be SaaatrA 
8"»= r fing (asto expanded It or ho, ta iT'" 

«ch O p«.ii O g onti|e0([jrr On, nrlwn" 

""""'"' t """ IJI "r''I'»0.d,l,bl., ..", 



>..-... i .» l . : ; ld "r" •"• »" 

«... ...., ..„„„., Z„;,, ■ "•""« '"' 

"!"'"!! ', b i;;:*,r i,b '"»'"* ~" 






nomloaled . ogar of lead from ... , ' " ™ n «- mother." AqJ «„„, „. , W lhi W '« «i; .,,„ . V * OHIO. 

M '^t«"l><a aonl !^Tl '""- "'"f'inhi.tl.ilen P ■""« """"' "i- dew A f M '" iB "™ BUIld^T > 

connned chiefly lDl hr;; ™ ^* 'PI^Hon, b.Iog TbcV A , " ^ «Ml«u m 

^^n,oeompou d.,wh,cb Ipear,,.^^ " «« "»nd, and no lo^e^C^X"^. ^ "^^7^^; 



HAS FOR SALE 

Alfaira or Chilo Glocer; Hnnoar; nn n™ 

ITenlncky Blne.gru.s Clrch '^ n™ 

Red-top Grass ■ SsTft-^ 

^tc^"^ 3 ' TimntbyG™"; 

Red Clover; White DatchC 

Onmson Clorer, Lucerno, ftc. ic. 



EVERY VA.BI6TY OF 

b SSoe. carrot, KAraainntc. 

TOMATO EARLY AND LATE PEA! 
BEAKS, ic, 4c., ie. 

Tobacco" Seed. 

HATANA, TIEGIMA, CONKECTICUT SEB 
LEAP, AND MARYLAND TOBACCO SB 

COTTON HEED 

Guano firm Johnston's Island. 
M.OWER SERDS (300 Varlellei, 

sttxTbiss 

TULIPS, HYACIIinl 

cimoib. Tlit""" 1 "' naanuenlai 

QlaOiolS;™' ir^" 
In """"""'^ Imported direct froa hi* 

Prom bl, long exp.rleneeln'tbe Seed Bciswlfj 
irs), and his very O it O n*i. .l«icff*1 

.;;;;;7ii;",;",r."t»E;;,';i k ''*''i 

^ fiillvo Cillfornla Ei-asmJ 
TREE AND SHRUB SEE»l| 

»ns ramMioKm, ™ „ EK ma 

faclll.log and 
"■"B» 8loc k of E,„py v„i,t, ,r« 

C olTor ....p.] | n d„ cotnon u lo 

taosum m tub tribe, p.iO> 

AM* LARGE RANCH OWXES 1 
■ Wh °n^lob , U pp|i B ,| llhk i[ D ,. 



"*"*•* s:i'..*d';ss;;'.^™ 

.1*1 Clllr " roi °F"ra.l "bo b«^ 

id for a Catalogue. 

s * TV. MOORE, 

J-VDirt BB ( . SEED TTAREI"" 1 ^ 

2"- „ 10S ™S«.I10,C.lifor.i..Wj 



^^^^^^r^^Tfaembb 



75 




B^WEItSr BEOTHBB, 

WHOLESALE ABO RETAIL DEALEES m *g 

STAPLE AND 8EI.ECT FAKCY !; ' , 

_ 'Wk GBOCBBIES, 
$$^0? Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 



KIND, -A.T LOW PBlOBS. 

itoek of Goods. Many ortlolos 
SPB0IALITIE3, for our 

FAMILY TH-AX>E, 



OF EVERT 
ttontlon Is always gl"° '° lhl 



XEA8. of Iho very choicest, selected witu ino ere 

SUGARS, nuroBoBned, Crashed, Pondered, r. 
PRESERVES, Jellies, Jami 

SPICES Irninmsrable- and for 

BUTTER & CHEESE from thorn 

oci cr-T WINES AND LIQUORS, "bo ™rj purest, taken from Bond, wo scop 

SELECT Wl Nt^*"^ ^* o cto]eo Tab|(j w|pEl| olfli 0f fnr Moa | olntt! purposes, can rolf 

D |«Bi,h»t-=on»rih»^ SPANISH OLIVES, of superior quality. 

-jfe-Bsaft^^tfiSEssa^sSi..., 



Family Use. 



i, Dried Fruit of oil kinds, 
uso. SIRUPS of tho very choicest, 
■lebratcd Dali 



Famllr 



\. 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Montgomery streets, 
San Francisco. 

reet, filoelilon. 



BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

jTIIRE A3STD LIFE. 

OFFICE KortUweBt Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets. 

Capital Represented, , over $9,000,000 ! I ! 

LIFE DB2PAKTMBNT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,000!! 



a of 358 pipe;, illustrated with enp- 
iraviugB, iBcludiug a rasp of Lower 
o Gulf, the region of Sonora, Siua- 
•1 of tho Colorado nod Gils, sod the 
e "Barbsri Gentiles Apaches." TJp- 
i, u low as latitude 31 deg. and below 
tngelea, is laid down as "Terra In- 
1 Localities on the main land sometimes 

trTello, a Spaniard, and Father Rhuon, 
Jeaolla, were killed by the Pimo 
Here Mas the Mission of Gaajmni, 
Ifoycd by tho apostate Scro In- 
ecords of the tragedies which ter- 
opes, the labors and the lire* cl 
is and heroic men. 
ores' Library Assoclotioo, which ii 



aslaied. J. TV. D. 
i— Hints to the So- 



: Kid end July 1st), where I fin 
:d ■■Golirornln Documents in 
tier Beget t' s History of Lower 



THIS SEW INVENTION, HIE ONLY ON 
Ibo kind orer jet [.r.iiditt.llurlie I'ublio, "I 
ented Sept. , 1S60, and is now Tor tho lint time snored 

Thl, MOETJSINO MACHINE Is not o. large eam- 

-. ,„ | |.,, ; ,■. i.i.tci in tho band easily, yot capnblo of 
mtiri.- i I'l.iUT.tTl.V iijU Mu: MORTISE, In a 6n 




TbO-otkoi-af 
■ I,;. MjOfuflh 

Tbo RIQ1IT o 



FEESQHS WISHIHa- TO BOY EIGHTS 



worllin< qualities will I 
WAB3IAN & LITTLE. 



The Original P. .P. Stewart! 

Fuel Saving and Comfort Producing 
LARGE OVEN 

Summer and Winter. II i-flght 

COOKING-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bituminous Coal. 

'llh Bow and Eitra- Largo Flues, and by tho Addllioi 
otlhe telobratod Talent Double-shoot BolloinFlBo- 

Attention Is inrited to the following points of tonorl 

Irt,' Drniian-iTV— La-ting, with proper euro, at lea.t 
jjun. Btorei aro con In mo that woro set op In 

Zd H*hdtactd»i— Bmry imllon of Ibo Slav* Is 
i.-ri.u..-cjt> i,.rilni,rt.'l i:>:li Sif. i' .■= l.1. .=. i e e ■---! 1' i 

r.li,- .11. .■■.:.!,■ I L-.(,., I«iv ( .,urri.lk-.. miles e»u.|.ltlelj 
t, I t ...T f- 1 1 -l ls:,i.h.-l. 
;, I. r, r ,, ,--,- _ n.,1-1,,,., 1 ,i|[ n . ; . l,nUlnj. raaillor;, 

«b, Ecortour— Situht tho cost of the Store In ono 
,■„, in .1... ii.rnioffool. 

r.ih Vi.MH.iTir.-i ,.p ilr.w — In tho Si. ..-.:. r( ■?!..!-'> 
.li.or, il|.,'|,.nl J-rtr- .,|..-;ii-Jii.:.:!lv ii.!-' 1 in' "voii 1 1 -r. . 
..I.. I l.( ]..tl..rM'''l':'iii. ":jiiriN- i .lir.:.!l draft Ittluuitll 
I,,. [,.|..,(lh,, .,v,-n. I.> m-im-uf I, ■..!..■ . i-rfu rated In the 
I, ■„. zlI.J L,,,-l-. 11... ... llvtill l„ Wne In ruled that, a.. 

lit.. (,,■:. '.-. I ,iir iilinij-i ri-.-, ihi- uiflli'. 1 ., L" -. .;iL-.il j'.L..n I- 

6th, Liiri Otueiioi or Itaji— Tho heat gonoiated 
lylhoStoio 

Tib, Ten 1 



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Thi only only Stock Company fn America thou Charier provide. Hat all tho profits sAo« 

id at this AtronoT wlthont tho usonl rjelaj of ian<Iln E appplicationa (o Sew York, 
la, Oroeoa, and Sorada Torrltoir. and transit to and 
Dirldend) applied to paymeot of Prernlumi or added to 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

OF HABTFORD, 003NTUX : 
Residenco la California Frco of extra charge. 
This Company declares 60 por cent Dividends unoaallT, and tho Assured oan If ho desires giro anna for 
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OF HABTPOHD, OOIM^T : 

ASSETS, $1,000,000! 

DEPOSITED IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE SECURITY OF POLICY HOLDEES, 

$50,000! 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, $1,000,000 1 

- Letters of Credit for $3-10,000. 

Washington Fire Insurance Co. Seonrity Fire Insurance Co. 

Park Fire Insorance Co, 
Fhenix Fire Insurance Co. 
Park Fire Insurance Co. 



LcSucrrr Dottoh Flit 
snlj andotrlcltBlljhoat 



SJthU 



The British Reviews, 

'Blackwood's Magazine. 

THE L0MD0S ftTJAETE'EMY IConsorvatWe). 
THE EDISBDBOK BEV1EW ' Wlii|;.'. 
THE SOBTEBBTTIBB REVIEW (Frco Chnrei). 
THE WE8THIN6TEB REVIEW (Liberal). 
BLACKWOOD'S EDI HBOR OH HA0AZIHE (Tory. 



,- M. 1 ii U f J -:l.ir.-r.. 

line Forsa 

3m IMKesrer. 



I II. SICKLE It. 



American Watch Factory, 



Board, of* References s 

FRED'K BILLINGS, Esq. J. P. FLINT, Esq., 

BENRYOARL'L'ON JK., of Flint, Pcabody * Co, 

or W. T. Coleman ft Oo. LODIS MoLANE, Esq., 

ANDREW B. FORBE3. Esq., or Wulls, Fargo & Oo. 

of ForhM & Babcock. 0. B. POLTIBMUS. Esq^ 

JOHN H. REDINQTON, Esq., or Alsop tt Go. 

of Redington & Co. JONATHAN HUNT, Esq., 

J. D. KITTLE. Esq., San Froncireo. 

of DoHiie, Kittle, Ai Co. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

TIM -A.GKGI>rTS. 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

/ AND lllPROVKD STOVES 



Tho BAY STATE and other Stoves, 

With a, large auortmeutof 

lain and Fancy TIN-VTAFIB, Enameled ai 

Tioned IROS-WAItH, C01-TKK-M1LLS, 

BAKE.0VKN3, SAD-IR0HS, 

Ite. Ate. ic. 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 

By J. a. UARBtaOH, ApinrUt., flscratacalo. 



lli.^'ilVi.lJ.VIuirluU' ' " " " r '° l ™" atatD -', 



UNION FA R M 
AND PLANTATION 

THE BEST MIL.L. 

EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

Greene, Heath 8c Allen, 

SOLE A.CJEI.TTS FOB 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 



I-OK SAT.E. 



I 









76 



THE CiLIFOBNIA FARMER 



_____ c li»j glide. 

- Al Iftbcy fl-_led. like lb. lea. .,, n -oa the sllrsr tids- 
SAN F P. AH CISCO: Tb« 1re» .™ full of crimson buds, tun woods in full 

;*___» - 1 ■«"■■» J ... , ."a «..,.„■,. ■„„..,.■ „,„_,. 




WnsblDgloo. 



Id onr count'? an 


bor history 


ib 


1 .land 


UU1 




.11 Olhcrj- 






of h 


Country." 










Before this pktu 


re— s m log t 


pan 


tbli h 




mcmbcriag Lit eta 


meter, sod it 




ib did Tor b 


enquiry, overy .old lot, paKlol, • 




mjtnin 


1 ill 


i«o, should noir c 


mo and batr 


nr 


erarcuc 






ion which ■ 








lion should infuse, 


la (corn and 


know bid d 




this great hour of i 










We believe thai 










Oueocc, could bo br 


ought 10 bo* 


up 


n thop 


«,.] 



Georgo Washington la be bung up In every loot, 
In „.,.. null* of legislation, college!, schools, aend- 
and In every homo where (litre aro seeds of 
on and love of cooolry. Wherever lit, the 
tbe fauna of George ITfllhiDSIoii will 
it to life ond the f, 




at a No. 1 bote). 

Tbo International Hotel 
le bands of JTr. Weygnnt, tbo enterprising pr 
-Iftor of tbo Tretnnnl Home, rind bus just lie 
_,icned nj a Sfo. 1 hold upon temperance prim 
pies. He. Is one of uur most popular landlnri 
nnd greatly in favor with tbe traii-li"f |»ui>li 
noTlng been io well nnd favorably known he 
nownblo to fill ■— >■-■-■- -■— r ■- '- 



:ls, winning p 
Almost entirely 



It Is ufformi at ibeie low prion io in i" "'""* B 
IIon«l.n,l™ir- ^ """"Litdu,, 

OOTTOIV-€H^ a 

Those who will want Cotton llln. the n . 

nl-0 have tbo Same llUiWIuii to »,1, P H!DI Ii«, 

Tha wolj-Hflcvn ° m "' °» ipffcij 

.... EXCELSIOR COTTON-cinb 

leentbo rorLooB-HapleCotton-from SIOO —- - U < 




Hot that 

ToohIm, , 

regularly can do so, ire inviu io™ , ■, 

•Hod in the great mum of Aerieolt-re, to become < 

(eribers to cur Jooroil. Co!. IWon, Fvflmutu 

Pnsloo Point. Hum. Kajt, A _r«.c,_n_ Mr. Dm 



ry frloo 



nnd that district. 



FnrcMiing Agency. 

:i»cs , .~t:;,'."2. : :~ :■'-■? 

ire'ully competent by oor , 



nnd 
ready 


unrdian. 


Something o 
tibed towards 


nfirn 


clr protect 
000 has a 




tbe wtdnw nnd family of 






fated 


ontil a gn 




II bo 


^ad^ri, 




f possible 


to redeem tbe 






We 


would SO 


oner sec 550.O0O n 




|iurpo 


e, tbnn S 


OOO. Eiery a 


lofl 





A Gplendid Largo Stallion. 

W. C. Myers, E*,., of Ashland Mills, Oregnn, 

'■■ wncr of a large and jplendld buy stallin 

believe, is the largest and heaviest »U 

- ~b Pacific Coast, |f not in the rjnil. 

Stales. If he con be heal, wa should 111 D t0 be,' 

the lucky mun glv, n, the fact, nod particular,. 

igbt or the stallion ;„ 2, 3 n pound 

.-derate enndition ; bis bight, fair uieni 

m the wethers, 17J bands-IS. 'heir. 

Jure. He ia a beautiful bay, ivltbnut 

. -,b remarkable fine coal. He Is ire 

urgo horses, thus giving him 
3f a thoroughbred. Ho was 
Iniuain 18131. Hissirowos k„ m, 
irted from England, called Coberg. 



r coding, are of tbo most apprOTed kind, *n»- I Or .1 ft. F.™.r OB™", 
ing the proprielor to furnish bis tables with 
cry luiu ry — n mailer of importance n-- 1 -■•'■- 




cl nod 


st home, at wc c 


travello 




wanting oo'lhe p 


■rtofth 


linnet 


air stay pleasant 


oJ Mill 


fib. 


roprictor of Ibis holel is a 


temp 


r.nco hnteli (ns 


cicty, so 








hotel, wo refer tho read 


r (o the 


our c 


Jtfmns olseirbeto. 





tlr and CoUiro« Shirp, Amnion Situ o 



1 BEADEBS AND OOBHBSPOUDEKTS. 






^bei of Emigrant Lift" 

i.HaraSBihy, i, unavoidablVd", 



Sdccui or Ti 



prosperity. 

~*U,',' U l ° r T" a^bsl " nli ■ , evidence of op. 
■e lo.i nfor P ocblnb r B can be publicly naduc 




the gnod poio_. 

W» hope Mr. Myers will give lo lhiB Bn0 „„,„,„, 
tbo name ol the "Ashland Chief," for he must be 



in charge of Mr. J. S. Bntleri, fir=i n ffi ctr 

TW.Seeley being amoag the killed on' 

by tbo bursting of lBi builer „ r ,„„ 

oa UapcocW, belonging to Dunning & 

eying pnmngers and freight 

Jiostrr : -Tbe Ada 
oropelfa, onoed by « c . rj u0 . 
"" u,ed '" "« porpose of 
°' '■•'«<••■ «««■ carrying the 



bags In tho spring. A! 
•**ptof abont nil tht 



for, and rendy. 

","-'" l !" : l"""°lw«k. w", 
''.■■■"'■■'■fl..'.nf. e ardoflfa 
They ftro fu „, r „,.,, [] (j[ 

■pply all orders c 



ig win It bl 
JroKcrs to secure their 

ialerial for bags, all the 
"J to arrive. This 
in importance or gel 
'-J. The price, of 



uyoorboifrom the Verandah f the n 

''I] ouJ planted In my garden here? ' 



"vl. m Beeaived. 

TuT"'°"! ° f , '» **•* t ' !ani Sac *<y- f» "•' s 

wagmxmt of Dwalit Indmtq,, 

ime of loo pages, contninint 

"nl meeting, reports of the ser 
action of tbe SocTety to coofer wit 

embly in relndonio securing ,Cn ' n I i " fla <"h 

of lands, foi 
College. Our stale wo rogrol i 



Of 


ersoosjusi re 
IVhi-o „b ,t 


Ututil 


""(uV 


bo Colo 




" boiler wa 




















The cjpi„„ 










n,'",!' 




. Unit 


ho 


I.V ll„- ,.,|i,;, r 


and 


.idii;. 


i-iiootii 


J 1 * 


■>■ r t .pr, rl ,d d r 


nil we 


M.u'ou 




'it 




n be 


("0 tlu 


hie, Ei- 
" 'for" the 



ZOBiV At Co I 
Oeneral ^Lg-ents 

Commission Merchanls 

«0H WASB1KGT6» STOIJEI, SAM FiU Mls J, 
1 BBBKMA.V STREET, 

NEW YOKE, 

Wad ol Oooa. on CoramiHlo 
FOR 

AGEIOOLTOKALIIaTLEfflEms 

naot ArcDL Hew V fc ' °" n -^srfniktnlB^jf 

Jtho amouoiDi » n i ! ° Ct " a, = 1 "iim ras^ 

i«wiy tec i. m(Qt - ^ l ''' l /,^',',";" 1 ' J .':; '^' ni ; ■'■■ : 



ZORN& CO. ,V| 

M WnUiitJIaa .!« I 

SAK FHASCiSOjl 



lized Iron Lift Pumpai 

FOUR SJZES, 3, 4. 5, and 6 TSCEO, 
Stock's san j osc Pa)cn , FaIve| 

Bellcrlh. n0 o rn o„, aoJBilB j 

WAJ, RENTED T0 RASSEWATERlKm 

««00 and So |d o-lj-by 

CHAS. C. ERNEST, I 
,„ STOCKTOK 



B practici 



I, Ja 



'■ Lewis .i Dei 
lb* big bail, 



Jl^wT^" ^ Cb '""-0»*-We wou| t 
-olomn, tbU W((IC| n nr ° leVse"l, , |and nl Co n ,,on 
ft an extra, quality f seed 
Mrlyday. Wealso remind 

™'TUanti( t of ,-„i "n, .,' 

'-Bins at 1 h il „,!!.>,; ,„.. 




Tv-efnundltofs, 



A PM.T.-m received a 

J 0. G. Ernest 

i, made al Koijbr, F (f ' 

that Vr' i°', ln r* Cn * , ' be " ,lfll » t "' b.- lb, f°ct 

.,, ,■';"■ '," """I'll-., m,.JPa,„l;„ M ,(,„.,, „ |I)I( 
Lsnestrolh plttcro! W ^"-principally f the 

Hln " u * n B™^c7i™„ Tb ~ h ,. 
<*.J ofCollec^r Rookin * J T ™ ""'. '** C °" r - 

ie«««erii to i. ioil . ,viPM,;..- ".; '/! ,'"" ,, "-"''- F 



Ibepl 

lellm 
bubl 


ally Ij, 


w itself by seed 
d 15 years ?■ 
■P) this plant [ 

.....-.,,„,„ 


w 


«iy, or 

"cepti 


yla't 


has ke 


pt alir 


He simple act or 
a 'rain nf ha 


PPT 


"me'ral", 


cplflO 


beauiTful nati 




mo 


we planted tbl 


Is tho serlptur 


Mulled, and" 


,. 


ed'Cr 


:;;:: 




i* in I 


" t"-oH.liui wUh 


" girt a 


n"rn 


Appoll 


• lute 






sicnl n. 


"igb 




simple 






Plant i, 
*f If pr 




l.-'u', 


d'l" 


•blp, and lives 




pcrly 







i of tl 



t pipo 






Levy, nf'SanDer 



Char 



; Jo 



i'nic 



i;;-;' 1 -'-! m.... cap,. n ,„ 

'"' , .M.irr, ,„, A!,, 






toifj 



lerful dii 

., t b e ,p e c i m;u."'o7'ric u b u o, , ;:; djac 

bltedare^ooderfol. Wbca „ „„, ^""f" 

shown a collection of ore. r Ic,1(r ' ln )' 

o mine, or U Covslhi . .' ° S " n 

- -reryrlcb. These mines belong in , V 

F - Newt*nd of Oakland are bcin \ 

'■""..odbytheuotice^rrl' 17 
elite* '" , " , '""" "P " ,Uf 'ra'perfeei 

••■". bnve be^n 

.y „- n ■ ^,0( " l, «■ ■» 

■«ry Doe 



"" ""»»■ I Of .ha, Z B \% Dn ° 'P"'™«- i- .ho"-,h.^b« 



«"" of 50 fret depth, and „ n , ,' 
^"TalVaV^res.^^ ^'^ 

Rood rannngeoient nnd " i" ° r "' 11 for ' 
bored so feet dcen Th ?' TbS "" 
I<1 "us 20 fr,, I Silvanl.ed |,o c 

«. pipo mr w£; a; t ;vs; ^"n"-- 

pump and fixing' s ": ^j".™" 521 su f 'be force 
M !U*Vd work jS,^",,* "''' s '">ckl'oo. T™llT w. 



ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING 

For Decayed Teeth, 

■ , ' i ''°'ViNT,\,u-Mi , .V , '' 1 ';'j ,u ';' ,jr r ,,n - ' u * k «!fi 

'''"'"'I'-ll'tk"'^!*!,'^,',.'" |" [''" '»" illrean la ™_ 

>'"■■■■■ r w ,'„'!., "j'.-i.'l-'i-l """.'.'"' " , " :, ■ , '" '■■'■■- '"■'■ '"' 

BE. PEARSON'S NERVIire 

'ri«»"i', D , r r.,° tJ r ",'l 1 * , ' ply " ')"°u»«™ia "ii *«••■ 

hea^nTD^SP 1 '' 01 ' 3 *'" r^lreU-re-l 

^•_0(nono In lu, uro . 'm-."""". 1 ""^™"^^*! 

ec-1 ttH^WJ*! 

aH90K«'| 




- «». mo«ly of tbZr * W ^ nt 

""pxei making To-ju »,„.„," ' 0^,, ■ U » »o- 




mxj-TO n A TJ^QENlXl 1 ABMEB. 



77 



Hew Eoltl 

K. B 1. to bear and to knots .hot Stoclctun is 

poring for » neiv nnd ,- n.J L -«l hold, bubscrip- 

tfonBOok! ore ojieucd, »nJ coasidi-rahle mini arc 
dreads mbicrlhrd. It •■■ to bo n large epaciow, 
„<]e1rg*ol structure. Tbis i) right Stolon 

-rf lo tb, sr.il IMOlic R lilronj, end other rood* 
BS » In contfiuplnlidn from tlmi city, will! the rich 



papal- 






, that 5locklonians 



itc f.r.,[ni<ci! is Terj 

,f Hunter nod Jlnin streets— a grand lo- 

BtgtDtlemea, Bad show (hat, as yon mj. Ibi 
bid ell; m Ibo Suite (boll 



Bierlplioo books should be filled up wilboul 

Jftilbe people are coming on our steamers 

r tbe olains by lboinind5, and lens 01 

Mods, and (hey will want homos temporarily, 



lutan Bath-Rooms, Stockton. 

and therefore can testify as lo iheii 

nrpriFcil that so few of the eitiicti! 
enjoy this great Ininry, for il is • 
M^eTCtyoaesboold enjoy. Wo wo.nl all It 
Bwrc" Ibii opportunity, and to enjoy tbesi 
His, as this water brought from a depth of 
1,000 feel, is higl.lv intip>r,itio|j, cuosiag a gei 
[fit [Sow of health, nod iofasing into the to 

flfeiwiming bath, both for ladies and genllcc 




m Hi )H m 

BAGS! BAGS! 
LEWIS & DETRICK, 

CLAY STREET BAG FACTORY 
•m, 2IS Clay street, 

BETWEEN DAVIS AND FROST STREETS, 
SAX FRANCISCO. 

j^WOOL BAGS, -WOOL BAGS, £^T{ 



1863. 

THRASHING MACHINES! 



'ITT'S, and C. M. RBSSELIi i* Co'i 

, ; |r ■■- CELEBRATED 

^ TliHffll lf | EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

' ! : ' < fMJl THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 



FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' LandtoRS,. Business Streets, 

Places of Amusement. 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices. 

WABM AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 



Tbr.r3nr,blr R.c 



I Newlj Fnrnlihed thll 



fsTot i-bn-i C r.i.i.».l b--r r-r.-. [. -..ill bo conducts 

.■:, n.MI'lJU.ICE PRINCIPLES. 

F. E. WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

418 and 120 JACKSON STREET, 



The City Railroad Can Pass the Door. 

The Homo is condnclc-ii on TEMPERANCE PRIN 
CIPL ES, which secure! to our Omit) QUIET. 

bj Ibo Dai. Weal, ur need. IVB SOLICIT A CALL 
FROM ALL. 

F. E. WEVCANT, Propr. 



F. E. Y7KYUANT. 



BOTH BELT AND GEARED. 



4, G, lO, and. 12-Horse 
16 and 22-foot Stackers. 

FARMERS are especially reoaeslod to eall nnd oiam- 
ino before purcbusloc; elsewhere, 

DE WITT, KITTLE & CO., 



PREMIUMS 




PRIZE MEDAL 
OHIO 

MOWER & REAPER! 

E.SALL'S PATENT. 



1. Th.earrlareof the 



., on rim" -.lib dij * 



£ 



I of the Inventor of '.i 



dodge < 



if Mr. 



rrard lo the IloekcTo Machine, wbl. 
.ed lbirly-«ii credit marks, at nbo. 
. l&e TahU D, p-0' ". ffcport if CWifttn 
boon tn-o circulars addressed lo on. 
Qomniltiee, opon the lobjeet or It, 

^ Premium to the Aollmin ft Miller Machine, nh. 

.L'S OHIO MOWER. Wo tboroforo claim I 
=0 the GliAXIl GOLD JIED.iL, offcred 



i of these, is r 
arcd Maehtoi 



3 The nolrtt of the Maohlne bo lot placed n] 
two Bhcols Initead of one. the Maohlne is not to or 
•Ink on nit frouud, biting ■ beailoe .nifaco of 
loch e i In i tend of six. 

i Tho nolght of tho eirriaajs nnd coario S atlacl 
to It, as well is that of boih ralior nod driver. Is thrr 
directly opon Ihe (wo drlTin B -wheels: by which the 
lonlnr ad'nnlaioj are (lined; Flr.t— The wheels 



Ajoi-'n Calharllc PillM. 

r inn- Urdielt 




California and Oregon 

FARMERS. 



i>» It'-. Sure, by T»i.tmll 4 Co., or Ihl 
I Polmer. TLo isMlilaei referred 10 are oc 
to lb',11 !-,!.[ by Trei'laell & Co. lo the : 



» machines were meoof.eliircd and shinned In 
" " «d r and olno -ledlnelr, that wo bad i 









MED ^L 

AWARDED TO TifE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LOKDOK, 1SG2. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWXIVGr MACHINE, 

Farls Exhibition, 1S61. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Arc iitiv.-nnlls Ackuotrledged 
TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN USB. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 



HI,-.. II:-.,- 



e Meehloe. both a* 



and This is the first 



It nuts six feet wide as a Reaper, 

Font and a-half feet as a Hower. 

ITS ADVANTAGES AS A REAPER, 

1. Tbi (rain li delivered at too lids of the nlalform, 
-uund. 

i, nhan his weight 

.era ho cm perform 

id deliver the grain in (he 

■or aod platfoi 

if the horeos, 

feet -ido. sod will cut ona 

tn or horses, nilhont Injut- 

™ ft reaper to a Mower In 

JONES & HEWLETT, 



GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

N 

STANFORD BROS., 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 

And will BeU Cheaper than any Honae 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

JJOKNINXr FLUID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TDRPENTINE, 
COAL-OIL. 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COMET ILLTTMIITATING OIL. 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL. 

MACHINERY OIL, 

RAPE-SEED OIL. 

CHINA MOT OIL. 
LINSEED OIL, Raw one] Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SHARK'S OIL. 

NEATSFOOT OIL, 

TANNER'S OIL, 



JF" Coll ond nomine before puretaosing. 
M. IT. WAD8WOBTII, Agent, 

lomor Mo i. Igomcr j- and Hoc mm OHIO streeU 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



»eljh( 



THE HEW STYLE HAT, COME AND SEE. 

tHATSI H*TSI ft 
JA3IEH C. COttJin, AHENT FOR^ 
n KOSESBEfU). EA'il.E HAT 6TOKE, Hew 
Frflo».' Iklt, 3W St.al^merj .iceet. 

Kew Spring and Summer Style of 
SILKIIAT FOR1863. 

■at of Bui.' unit Children'. STRAW UAPi. 



DR. KAOWLES, 

DENTIST, 

tO. OU CLAV STJIEET, RS.UB-S III 11-111 V<i, 
BAN FRANCISCO. 

Offloe Hoars: FromSA M., to 5P.M. 



BtRItER, IIUIII'V & CO. WARRANTED 

■.Iui*,i.,j„ wyil8S 3 i e 1 PRICES LIBERAL 



TERMS OA 
FIKU WORK IS 
FINISHED 



Harness. Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MAMUFACTUSBRS 
W_ andlmfortersof g^a 

' HARNESS. ^ 

s addlos, 'BrlcaioicB, 

W MIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE -WARE, & C . 

Hos. 214 and 216 Battery street, 

SAN F/CANCISOO, 



ie larieii Wheleiale Btoelt Id the oonnny, ■ma 
'■!■■■ and Roiatl i „.(,.,„...,, nl || r[ ,., :i , , oven sttoi 
on and btnoal that they can at imallor silobllil 

FARMERS and others will do well to call on i 
eforo norobailn», ai the rate of Eutern EicliM( 
jiIIOos ns In offerlne tol Bli at REDtlUED RATES. 



Japanese and Chiuese Fancy Goods. 



r ItECEIVED, EX STEA^IEIl 
id ZUnsgawo, by 



WM. HASELTINE. 

Japanese Bazaar, 
\n. 321 Slonlgomery street. 

Lvfllnnble inToico of Goods, embracing o foil 



RICH LACQUERED k INLAID FASOY GOODS, 

CABINETS, ETC. 
TORTOISE-SHELL, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD 

WOBK, Id great variety ; 
FAN'S, of every stylo ; 

RICH SILKS, CRAPES, nod PISA GOODS; 
EMBROIDERED SHAWLS, and APRONS, BASD- 

KERCH1EFS, ETC.: 
Together with a full snpply of EGG-SREL Land 

FASOY POILCELALV, DIHSER, TBA ond 

COFFEE SETS. 

JAPANESE BOOKS, PICTORIALS, MAPS, ETO ; 

25 NESTS OAMPHOR-WOOD TRUNKS ; 

IS (JAMPUOR-WOOD BUREAUS; 

SUPERIOR JAPANESE TEA, ot Wbolesolo dud 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWINC MACHINES 

WITQ 

New Improvements) 

JUST RECEIVED, 

ARE THE OHLY PERFECT MACHINES 

STITCHING, 
BINDING, 
HEMMING, 
CORDING, 
QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING. 

BMBHOIDEBING; 

HE MOST ECOHOUICAL 

Family Sewing Machines, 

IN USE. 



H. W. WADSWORTH, 
Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento street*, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HAYNES & LAWTOl*, 

«J) lUPOttTERS OF JH 

VCROCKERY, £i 

GLASSWABE. 
FRENCH CHINA. 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS, 
l'latcd and Brllanula TVare, 

Ooodi, which Ihej- «ro .cilia; In qaVltlfa tu iult, ot the 

VERY LOWEST MJttKET tt.tTES. 
ie cell particular oltenllon lo our CL6[jKS, which ore a 
The Hew Haven Clock Company's Manufacture, 



WM, T. COLEMAN & CO., 

SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

New York and San Francisco- 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

flONSTASTLY ON HAND, A FULL AND COM- 
^J plate nsjorlmew of 

Ant particular (lie, length, or doieriptloa, of Cordate 

MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 
At ehort oelloa. 

TURBS & CO., 
IS 611 and (113 Front .Iroot. 



North Point Dook Warehouse. 

STORAGE 



Adva JTi. o e si 

Made on approved Morchandl.o. 
„. Wll, T. COLEMAK 4 CO., 



78 



lomt glisctllanj. 



THE CALIFOBWIA FABMBB. 



THOtmmfe Br THB SEA -SIDE 
Tn« majeitfo MS— Ob, J lore the tea— 



Ho-plnmed ™* n .l thL, 

To il,, martial taM ar Weir olid M .-d ra . 
I ehriak llkn • ,'!iil.S, in »„id M f»r, 



How is their graodoor of freed 
!.'■.'- might) thoagfcli thn »::!. 

Or a prlnooer, "bo, io bondipj p 

To jtraggle inj from Ms dirk 
Attt >r«di lbs .hip irilb hor iq 
Like nUIi slogs aatiprasil to lb 

To. »u o 

Tint— thai— ahoold -. .,, 

Tboogh life', sea fc. d.rk, or its , kT be blaa. 

Shi epeeds like o bird o'tr * nolet lake, 

And thongb .be is ],,, l0 mr ' Mglr , igbl> 
I koo» where aha o.ilcd bj that path of ligbL 
Tim. would I piss .brooch Lift", mula 
Learius; a woke on lb. Ocean of Time 
PoBJfcMB, Ate., Apri 



who can afford that Ibej should d 
warde earning a dollar. Hence, It u a 
n lie , and n high bamanitj (a ■■ l ■ i . I v out n>s 
meant bj rrblcb young gMa can bo placed 



lbs nun pit. JujI as she reached lb d' di.-., ... 
thing tingled softly In tbe pocket of ber Utile silk 
apron— she atopped in the passage. 

"Oh, bj tbe sjgjj Philip, here i ■ the key of jour 
iron aofe. I found IL on the dining-raom table 
tbia afternoon ; and," (be added, irith nn nreh 
aparkle In her roughlah eyes, ''I IboagbL It v.inilj 
be an ricellenl opportunity for girlng bj husband 



HORACE WATERS MODERN 

mpnovED ov 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

u-'staytut. Prieoilrqniiasiio'lT'il. 
TKSTIHOHMLSJi 

■ OabtUn KSugaar.' 1 ' 

SIW.--.\i:h V OCTAVE riAKOS 

' dlircrcnl m.linr., fa, fit:-; do, with i-jm.i1 I''."-, ••*'■'. 
■J.iiJtH'J. a.ir.M.d-hi.i.i i>i»i.i. ....( ,iMrj...w =■ (;:., 
irn, iai.ro, tntwiiu. *i2S, »iso, .ud aira. 

THE HORACE WATERS MELODEONS 
AND HARMONIUMS 

nod Ibo Kqii.) TWeniuMt wllh Ibo P.Ko! 

."■■"i :■'-■"» i ■■■'■ ilii.wmu:,: i 



; 




THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL 

Is Now Open for llio Reception of Gn^ 

Tins hodsb has all tqb modkbu 
la.pro.ec.oot., ond win bo conduced " "fi 

olllet. ""^Mll, 

The apaoloos 

BEADING AHD EXCHANGE BOOte 
Novo boon filled up nUb special reference lo Lbs 

fl IS ■" S ' 'i'jVand ■ *»»• OAl?I»BT r pOft'ffl 
'1ALS. Alw- rm WS. 

A Branch Telegrapb om Ce 

:iball the lino, lhro U)f b ont a ' 

LEWIS LBUitU * CO ^™ 1 ' 
co, Jinrurj 1, lEKl. P( °PlBlo a 



ORIENTAL HOTELS 

Corner of Harkot, Battery, and Bush ,t„ . 
SAX FHAA'CISCO. ^* 



THIS HOTfiE, IS BEING ALTERED ASD Tu 
prorod, imd Bill borealtor bo roNd D r Cti „„ .i/ 1 ?* 
PEAK PLAN. Border, -ill bo furnl-hed Z\^ 

a^^'ol"Ref.e',o D rXktr",^ i LmrS 
condoled Id Lho mo,! aprrnV ed D iyi 0i lo M b .. 
tbe inott futldloo,. Tbo Tables will be- ^1^7 
"orj-loinrjof tboaouoo". Tbi. Ii,.|. lrt „ lcm „[,, u 
mllrolj .U.-nnri from ibo Hotel, tboujjb opoobt fraoilL 

ELEGANT STJITa OP ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 
Ai well u Single Rooms for Transient Palrooi 

Tbo location of Ibis Dotal la unsorpaued or.rloa.u- 
no Bay, and Biros one of tbe EooM prwrmlTikl 
loira of our eatlro oltf and tbo furrouodlog oobbut. 

." i.'ir.L Mtcuia,oucn & co 

Proprl. 



flUa. MnUcd ■j'u.o ra: ., , 

THE NEW PAtSSFic SONG BOOK H.P L D E N E A C L'E 

I2HOTEL>^^ 

Corner Setenlh and K .IreeB, 

SACBAMENTO. 

a "»"»• »-* Families," B ad fur lho Tra vol". 
Tha Preprieterhna apar'ed oehhor oZ™'o f , ' 

to£t"7 \r "■" ' ba " " ,naJ( " ( "«rt»W.3 

Nh'; h f fl r° r-^-^'V-roi^ioe, 

°"" ° f f™"" «» P^Uloa, aud br reeem ,Z«I 
i »otia6ed and feel at Homo. 



»f Ibo 



idle tbe co 



,-. »^,tmonu, bjr nell n.": 

>da and Beddlns, a„j a[[ ict al „ nlB j I 

'ided^.boTV^ ubl'^'^^lf ""' " I 

«»■■■«», to and from tbo Hotel lo tbe RaihnJ I 

limes. Free of Cbarselolli [• 



if tbo Hole!. 



:b the Hote, 



illolsbt. 



u -C- &. CALLAHAN, 

_^__^ I'ltOPSJETDK I 

Important to lis Traveling Ft* I [ 
AMERICAN HOTEL,! 

Tnoma, Dromicj, i-roprlelor. 

.^JV GEST AN0 lEST HOTEL 



Americari Hotel, 

MAW STltEET, PCTAMIM1. 



: i J. ■,:-' ,/ ..,'■: " :'■!;■' i.,*TEiHB 

AMERICAN HOTEh 

'^V.WI*U,"Sf' :,( "EGS LEAVE TO INFOUJ 




THE CALIFORNIA FARMER. 



T9 



COGSWELL'S MISSISSIPPI STOVE I 




calculated for 

Steamboats nnd Hotels. 
J. P. COCCSWELL, 

Hanuraalarer 
And Dealer 1" SUlp, Ilmal nnd Family 

COOKING STOVE& 

TINWARE, HARBWABE, Etc., 

11* CLAY STREET, 

Between Drumm and Davit Streets. 
SAN ¥BANCISCO. 



CELEBBATED FEACEMAKEB SIOVE, 
For Kale By 

A. P. BRAYTON & CO., 



f mEAHPrEH.S AND M O -TO" 13 H. » ■ 

„ OFFEK TO IDE OAUFOMA FAR11F.IS AS UStrAt, THIS . MAS05. A 1IACHB.E OTH 

K way adapted, is POWER. DURABILITY, 
CAPACITY, soiled lo the dei 
Tbs peculiar casuctaristlet or lb* 

I New-York OoxnTbinea >Xaelii?ies, are 

_. : ..... .., .. :,...,,,■ . !( '.;;■;::!> Jr. :u n H.ixor lo Rlipor, at Iba MgM 01 IBB tut 

rtlbl R*KEK^.»Vfco Grata-** HEM'AKDa DPMOnT. 



- am.-oni ut l»bor bertonnrU U , 
o-roHoticcoaiunttWlJ la lie 
bo X. ,«-Tork Huchlnt. 




HOMESTEAD 
FREE! 

TVe-w Oity of 

SOLANO COUNTY, 

CALIFORNIA, 

opposite 

ANTIOCH and NEW YOBK, . 

at [ho moil lb of tbe 

San Joaguin and Sacramento 
Rivers! 

las been regularly laid out, nurveyed, and pn 

TITLE PERFECT, 

, A , PATENT 

from Ibe 
CMTED STATES. 

5,000 

Building Lots! 
soo 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY1 
DISTRIBUTED FREE! 

To Bach as shall first make application, nnd 

f;iillTI. CLEAT, [IKKIIcirrniit.iri.-.' |iiii<..,i.lili l -i 

TO IMPROVE OR NOT ; 



%\Unxi &l|rn#erj). 



!,!,■ ! 



, f Controlling Temper*, 
innruins, the weak-minded, and the igno- 

er: great hearts and wise, nra calm, for- 



Tbe most imperinrnblo and the ablest dilputcr 
Dr bis age was ibu Scotchman Henderson. When 
a glass of water was thrown Into his face by the 
ungnvernnblo rage into which an nnlngonisl bad 
allowed himself to be thrown by tbo anticipation 
or inevitable defeat, the Scotchman calmly wined 
iii dripping cheeks and remarked rritb a smile 
That Is a diversion; let ub proceed with the at- 



It is said of ono nf the ablest m 
century, that, having completed th 
of a work which be bad been props 
eral years, be left the room for a fen 


35 


find on returning, that a faronto lit 
bis absence, turned over the candle 


e dug bad, in 
and reduced 


exclaimed, "Oh 1 Diamond, Utile do 
tbe Injury thon bast done," and in 
about tbe reparation of tbe damage 
Philip tho Second, after having a. 
hour in ibe night to complete su 


t thon know 
mediately sa 

me important 


tarios, who was so Hurried at this b 
that be dashed tho contents of the 


anchor duty, 


tho manuscript, instead of the snndb 
have been better to have used tbe 


ar. "It would 
and," was tho 


royalty's remark, nn sitting down 
Washington, when high, in corau; 


and, provoked 



a man to knock blm down. Tho neil day bo 
scot for tho person tn appear al bis hoadn.ua rtcrs, 
and asked his pardon 1 for, in reviewing tbo In- 
cidents of the case, be found that be was himself 

tcry of temper, which Is a nobility lo strive for. 



W& ft^r, g m, as a "II and joi« for JourcolveA EXTRAS of at] tin* away, on nau„, ai.a- 

'I % A lull Assoi-tment of Agricultural Implements. 



■ PorMloattheLoirest 



JOHN I>. AltTTJTJTIt & SON, 

WAHEHOU3E..-Coriioir'Waibli'B'nn""'' Davl« slreeu... -■" 



Ban some street, near Fine, 



BUODKLV:." HOTEL BLOCK SAK FRANCISCO. 

Oonoral Agents for tho PaclGo Coast, 

STORES, 

Tin, Iron, and Copper Ware, 

HOUSE-IT riNISUINU GOODS, £0. 
SOLE AGENTS FOK 

I HALLEK'S m 

] Patent ^.trtisJit fi» 
FRUIT-JABS, 

The only abailulely roliablo Jar in dh. 



■Twenty-live Cents ! 
■ AMBROTYPES 

■ J OIINSON'S 

Hrst Premium Gallery. 

Kio. MB CLAY STREET ...SAN FRANCISCO. 
FOU 3S CENTS. 



^holograph* Tor Sit per Dozen, 

i Phntocrapbi the an he 



^KcDc-ti.aVi!*[>D] r r; extra conies! One dollar. All 
^Blior smaller rii» to proportion. 




"Washing- JVXachirie 
E C O IV O 1ST Y ! 



ind iron perform Forja-rirrw: of tbo labor, while the 
jpnialor 1. obIi r«,ui«-l i.,f.i|.- J ii.luse.nnB 1 i. a. this 
I,,,,.,,,,..:. -.>:■■■ i.> o.^n.of Wo lorem 400 per cant lo 

*.™on*,ffi l "fDch«« la l=n c ih on tho Inside, and 33 
iReir tb l "3"lL» ar' C |?gl lot-Tbo ui.eVllie ur.!?! LLo"y are 



low i j p.[«:k uv 



SUGAR-CANS MILLS 







Money Loaned 

To Snob, as Build Immediately on the Prem- 
ises, at a Low Bate of Interest. 

inceat the Map uf California is all thai is 

!a selection of this magnificent site for a 
HEW CITY, 



IlKiliEST FLOOD LAST WB 






or fine 

if ll 



COOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR. 

First Premiums at Thirty national and Etate Pain. 

THE ONLY BELIABLE EVAPOBATOB 

"COn ECONOMY IK Ft! IX. .-■ t.Nli.o' l-i .r..ii.tr„cU-.n, 
m :,'Li' ; : "l'!','|." M," .',". : -,, ,' ' '.'r ,':.',: ,■ •■■■ \^:^- 

3.000 i'Si , 'SS;':S, , £Sv l ,VS»-r: 



lion rrorn Sno Francis 

as it has done for the Inst five years, then 

reason why Colliuavilla should not become i 

Great and Commercial City, 

it being a midway slopping- pi ace for ihe sti 
daily frnn. Ban Francisco lo SiiL-rnmenti). 

Alro.idy. at and around Colli nsvillc, lllc 
large number of inhabitants. They bare, 
Pest-Office, Store, largo warehouse, and a 

Magnificent Wharf, 



$10,000. 

The Farming Country in Solano County can 
not bo Surpassed, 

soil, springs of pnrn water, etc., etc. Tin 
Ho U milder, both In summer and winter 
almost any oltit'r purl nf Coliforoio, 

A city; 

such a situation, surrounded by so magnifl- 



Mirth especially is lo be encouraged. It Is 
God'a mcdicloo. Everybody ougbt to bathe in it. 
Grim care, morose nets, aniiely— all the rost of 
life ought lobe scoured off by Ibe oil or mirth. 
It Is better than emery. Every man ought lo rub 
himself with it. A man without mirth Is like a 

igon without springs, In which nne is caused 
nebblo over wbich 

springs, In which nne can rifle over tno roughest 
■ood, and scarcely feel anything but a pleasant 

A St. Louis paper says a physician of that 
place paid a morning visit recently to a patient in 
,no of the hospitals, In Ihe upper end of the 
own, and on entering the room nf tho sick man, 
he folloslog dialogue took place : "I any, doc- 
or, I've got yun cheated tbis load of poles." 
'How 7'' asked the doctor. Raising nn bis elbow 
,nd looking across the room, ho replied, "Look 
here, doctor, at that feller lyiog there ; ! got him 
o take thai pill you left for me, and il killed 
him in nn hour." 

A messenger having requeued n clergyman to 

be was urgently wanted," the clergyman added, 
from sympathy, "and let us pray lor mercy nn tbe 
poorpatienil" Tbe doctor, in a rage, demanded, 
and received, an bumble apology. 



229 Montgomery street, 

Oppt*lla tee lla» Jloutu, Sin PraactBce. 

I Bon ,,n, 1:s „ r „ [, r , L ,„ „ Qi i Eo-raie on Wood, 



OBBACCO-LEAF FOR SALE 

IllLEAf-TOilACCO POlt BALE 











111 be mueh tiniller. 




















[J ut Ean Joie, 














' Hi- ■!■■ i, j.r, J 


f. M nORNETt 










™.c n Br^aiuoB n Jjsen)o 








£*.■&££££? 


EvS/Si 


:.' .";':. '. 




















^oVuitTlte'cteC '£eSr°' aa'taW 














""■ T """ 1 ™ 


t%!X^ ati,Mx ^ a i 


SUiMt 












""^SiS 1 


lotKlHa, Has 


tmaHacir, 


a, O. It.a. 


Will 


*" V - Uo ""- 




WANTED. 




W A AEOiT- P 


inUuen 'or wen.1 Fa 


IS13 oaJ ORCH- 


am \tm ^urchaie.uu,Dey 
















i:ii r oj-ft(Jt. 












A Grand Chanoe 






«• florc wlUlSuek 


IHoodi, DwoIHde 














S C ^"F'L" P r i '" drUrl '""" Jel ' " : ' E 


quke.jfU.eMla, 




FOR SALE, TO LEASE, ETC. 



ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! ! 
A Tract of Land, 

^fL EMDRACINO AS AREA OP FOUR IinKTJ. 

•SR'.-il out loio I..H-. ivl.i.l, ore n-,.v ..ll-r-.-i 1. r :.,l,i 
-A— cn a- ,=.i-r„i.,l,|., I,.,„... . . „.,.■ ...,t ,IV,...| l.v 111.) 
vol!,,,,. ll„ii„..-. e .i.t A.-.-hniiTi'innur ihj. Tbo Tract 



A CHEAT and G! 
ferry is about to ho e 
on, Aailnch nod New V> 



t ' 1 1 . i; 1 1 i i m i 

Marble w orl£.B, 

P. J. Bevine, 

Corner of EL and Sixth itreeti, 

S Ji. C3 &.&. m ejet t o . 

AitDLG MANTLES, GRATES, UONDilENTS, 



end Qravo-Btoo 



I Pec 



r All kieuj of ORNASIESTAL WORK done *llh 



S DFSTLNT. 
shed between this 
inking the distance 



Over One llundn-d Milis tu those who Drive 
Stork to that Market. 

Some persoos. not realising tbo itnmonso lite On 
property io oow cities, may say : ■■How coo wear- 

Why, i --men. If by giving away 8ce hundred 

lots, we can Induce ooe boudrcd to aeitle, tbeo 

givtn a way, and tlioiit liiililing th.-'ri-m, lining 1013 
are the owners of a handsome property. 

The Very Lots Yun now Receive may in 

less than Three Years ho Worth 

Thousands of Dollars ! 



TO AGENTS. 

Any person who will act as Ageot, nnd get np nn 

iu^r.,! i u iheir lown, and send ut the nam, ■.. ,.] 
U>..- ia., I, :.„[,-, .,,. v.-m (jive them an extra lot. 

For Plan of the City, snowing tho l,,,:,^,,,, „i 
lllud., ii.i.l I.,, I., ur iiill,.or iniy ulb.T inf.,njri- 
tlon, please call no, or address by mull, or express 

Collinsville Land Company. 

3l8Calirornia Street. S.R.Cal. 



the Unit 

.,-,,11 ..,-,, ir, 11,., ,:,.,,[.-, ,,[ llio !,:,.:! f.ir 
l U .„ —i ,n?' [td ; n ,b-Jn*?vJt, ao ™i 



!i II,. i 



■lilna-ilLj 



nU for pl"F 

a i " '.'V S ■ i n ' i ' r!i i."l '°" "l'Jrelns ' 

rathe eorruptinff influence! .if .:,:,!-.. I l-ii y 1.1... rill 



I.I' "iiillinsnls ottac-a 



BASCHE Jt SONS, 



DEALEHa 3 



3PI ANOFO RTE S, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, Strings, &c„ 

A^enti Tor tbo Ooiahralsd Moourocturors, A II Oale 

'- I.'., No* V.,:l,- <■.. Moyor. I iil':l|itlin; T. Hill..,, I, 

ll„..|.,;i; Wl,..„ ]',„,„.. ,l le y I..I.J. ,:,|.l.,„llj.„, t..,a.J, 
(or StLi; ..o,l !,„ RENT. 



full .ui.iilj for Ho- I .-I «- .... ^ ,.„,! ,[,„,,„: Viu.iti ooJ 

I'l.in-. l-l.il.-u, 1 l'i:,o,. \'„,iii,„„,l ,!„;,, r . 1 I,,,,. .„,., 
Oo1t»(. Piano ou,l Hultar, Ilra» Unod mall and lar^n, 

PIANOS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL 



__ .,ltr-i,.(...| ,o.l „.,;„,,.,. I (,. ri ,ii [„., ,„,,,..„.... •.-„, 

Box »o. 1015 Poat-Omce^an FraneUoo. ^^C^hut.,.^^^ ^5X?' 



so 



THE CALIFORNIA. FAEMER. 



£l;t glarfctts. 

Wholesale Produce Retort 

jre#*r,Ei ta» Jirlca [i*!rt or EbedHlcrlO Urn p] 



l- Sa r |iliMs«*liuna«Dt,«iiiJpri™rL 

n-rilj [on ,o l,,tb tmtden and Hilar], 

Ins principal^ local. Thrro ii, hoir< 

■1 lii-J ■ fur (0 ft.. i ■ 11 .). i-|r.-,i- 



BT COHTIHENTAL TELEGRAPH. 
DATES TO APRIL 30. 



I'lWwroo.— Vent Crmdiilri lo Ibr I 



BTOOK BREEDEKS. 



TRAVELING. 



The (blp Kalhaj, far Jiang K 
aod-lu bp OaU. Viclorii 

Fettl ant goinc 




Alio, CouIitIh: Wnoml 3555 iki, I 
0«» 1.110 ikj, PoUlwu Mil ,1,, w 
Bum 392 ikt. 

W«J, "Mount- 



floo«— Stock Hop, l(i) S ; fat r Ingl 0L fQol 
Humx-dr™^. s,@U, n „,, rJinE u, qMlitr . 




Crockery and Glass 

WAREHOUSE 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO FURNISH. 
KG HOTEL AND FAJJILV SUPPLIES. 

No. 418 Battery street 

SAN FEANCISCO. 



II Ibn nbo70 BDLLS (bruin *< .. [r , 

Jl IV. SEALt, 

M«ju«|iJ.KaM. ! i:j. 1t , ,.;„. 



OAKLEY & JACKSON, 

STATE SALT COMPANY 

SOLE IMPUHTERS OF THE 

San Qixentin. Salt, 



» ItUfrnll,, Baity, 'ay. 



300 ton, SAN QUBNTIN ROCK- 
ED do OARliEN ISLAND- ' 
»• 4, """JWrtjauiD .* OAUPOB. 

Alllitt.tboi anow i,i„,|„,,. , 

■raimll u | 0B Loma, U[lrk( . t Pr , (o 

* dV £RJt/CMCO 



FARM STOCK, 4«i. 

An Extra Flock of SheeTforS&Oe 



American and Half-breed Merino 

EWES. 

600 "S£!BS«a'j?"f«V">. •' »=■. 



Paciflp Mail SteamsMp^J^I 
New *brk_Tia Panannf 

"" ""mil b. di.„..ij'- co "»"»,i 

On SATURDAY .'... "' M * 

NORTH STAB , 
I'oi- Pfew York. | 

H. FOIIBEa 

AltaotP.M.8^ 

California Steam HarigatiorPcnV~~l 

DrjKTIsri ilr.tlf flan BromJcrj xi„' , . , f" 

CABIOTQ roiTSD STATES '^'' 
lS PLENmD £^t 

O iii,».opo,;,;" ;;:;„ A.m.jgS.. 



SKissisjasaaa^ji 



J. wiiiTNer ja. PfMJa f 

COLL INSV ILLE. 

r-^ip=> A "tj.;am usury-boat ma ■» 

Til..- v,i,i, ]..,,:,,, i.; „ /. j '"; "-. ror loo w 
.A SHALL UOAT VoS PAS8&HGEJ13 -01 

r "or oUirr^iijut,-, m '?.il!j"i V™'!, ° Ti"* '" HB ' ™ S ™B 
The CoMiusvillo Land Cor^ nnvl vi|| ■ 



PACIFIC RA/LROAS 

rriis euascfliPTiON-iiooKi Q r n e rj,„„ 



_i F, ",Hi; t ?° ■"-^H 

_ cu or. c.n bo louonl by ^dra.Jng y^ Bajm,, 



Italian andjtoamon Bees. 



■5crlj.fi.irn b€joDll 



"SiSr^viJ J^sSs ""tin 

-A. LABOE and FUVE 

Farm for Sale. 



_ A- H. TODD & CO 

Produce Grain Brokers. 






New WaBhtog fflachine. 

"XHOWIEDQESHiU !E """SSiSED ■ 

)It=hin», -bicl, ho (1 at lo r. h * uT-VI. = ml ° n " nJ Wainiiis 



• •■ "i-d: in Aj.ril. :„ Ail nil : K i^M- i'?"; 1 ™. bl in. 






■.-..'rJ'^'.u'JI'r; 



'i- ■ i..u-l! j 



tda Cdi 



S. W. SHAW, 
Portrait Painter. ?'""' >■" -KSSSuS, .,!' !^ .' 

fin™. J n .'. . . . ' .' I.'ill.llrii- ' I ' ■'■■■; - fr.jrii (lii. , ,, ™, i,0 «'"TIfle t . 

j«>mu, 6 and mndo some nri.-B.™ T V Tba ™ hels kllleo 

6n F*urcii«. I llin iticfc. Pawner.. ^ daomg, done 



Comer of Buia 



Removal. 

DVSJi»n«A» ST, ,„„„, lJr 

3™ s * wiTHim;-" 

Comm lsslon Merohants 

■1^"•™..|-.l.™,I ,: "^ ;s ■"""■• 

Seed and Produce D epot 

T'SKSS°»» «„ , 

!" ."'. ' ' "■ : ■■■...!, 

" / . ' ' „' ' :, ■' True Hubbard Squash. 

to™,-,..,. ,„*«.•;„..,:, „>', I-......, -«i..I",:-i:,.'-;;;:-v."™™i»Tni, 

■""" " " ''..■:■/:"."•-:,:■, ;;;,»;-; f ■' /.-:■'.:: ;- v:-."^," ■■.-'.■ ■"' ■—,■■--■"-".::. " .-:: .' : .'-, :: " -■ "«- S 

l <t':£~"- ; -"»"'' , ."'-"., l ;i;/tfraM; 



Wool, Hides, and Skins 

"■""wan,,,™ 

H. FEDEBSTEIN 4 co 



"fttlTAHY GOODS.] 

a "" M i3i,!"™ a *' p •" ,, ■ s " j1 "'' * 

' B °^ o LU ' IIA ''"Bna^AoVM"[°TAHrEHDB0M«l 
6«l 01 |„, MllH ary aH C1 , i0 ].^ to I 

i»..»..,.i,'"°' *»"'■■ 

Sass r "• »» "".■°.".™s,."z;.," 





EvjOLUME XIX. 



SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNIN&, MAY 8. 1863 



^JUMBEK 11. 



'gjs folitauia farmer. 

^KffD JOURNAL OF USEFUL SCIEMCES. 

W OOLOWBL WARHEW, Bailor. 
1H «nU,!=OF,D EVERY FRIDAY MORHINO. 



„ oert»r,*l;forsb;nwol>l».asa For 
l BtBcriberi. dcllxrri by earrfor, 12% emu ■ Dumber, 
m i,aBd3nb.eriF-noosOTi«1l.ip»Id 



. WIN&MAKINa. 
Diaonsscs aud Treatment pfCioli 'j, Ditrt'l?,olc 
[Wr. commend the following inalructions to every 

no-ranker in our load. These hints, ao gcuert 

ily {firm. 



:e Bounty nB^emlnms far Ind natty. 
Bbavc the following letter nod docoment from 
ipooaing Secretary of the Stole 
Pcnlturil Society, which wepublishwithplens- 
■s It n-ill undoubtedly give Information of 1n - 
.wtrs of many of Ihe new crop! 



Wei 



lis manor of colli n 
_. . subject. Wo Bin 
iced In (ho original Act, n 



U lay iho whole subject before the people.] 

Ioclnsed please find a copy of a 

icany the Legislature, at iuluneain- 

Kunplemenlal lo Ibe law for Ibe "Encourage- 

llnres and lino ufaetn res," and yon 



» premiums offer, 
intents will bo t 
iolvo the queiliui 



v: 



-ecognizoil by certain spoil on the insitl 
re invariably corercd either with » Kg' 
yellow foam. The latter is the roost dm 
If the foam is white, take live pounds i 



ong tbo 



Uriels; 



are exceedingly grateful to the writer for the j 
trio tit spirit bo evinces in siring Ibo resnlls 
lii; knowledge and experience for 'he good of i 
Stalo; and wo fctsl justly proud of the com| 
menl so very handsomely paid ua in Ibe third p 
•graph of Ibo letter, by making the Calif-ob 
FAsatcn the mediant for imparting bla vnlun 

comply with bis reoucsl for copies.] 

&> sosi. April i. ISO 



butcd lo three causes: Ignorance, di 
relessnesa, anr! prejudice of Iho consnn 
The first ii easllj cured; Ibe second u 
; and the third needs lime. 
To do owny with tba former, every win 
nbonli londa helping hand. He ought lo 



Bre.Fnllonsnfwi 
This edec 



frorhj for I 



'. This 






profit 



c produciag. 



paper weekly, with 
joo" nod Bio the same awBy for fulnre re 
Very RespecLfally, yoor obedient sen 
I S. Haio. 
riogislbcSnpplemeotn] Act referred lc 
supplement! to an Act entitled i 



bout nine, or preteods lit 
imself bound to rnnko ii known lo the commu- 
ily, nud for their benefit, through some ngricul- 
iral paper thai is worthy Ihat name. 
•Without any mora words, I proceed TfUh n de- 
tription of the various operations thai barrels 
bould undergo to keep them sard, or if tbey hare 
taken nny/oui laiiu, to make tbcm disappear. It 
useless lor roe lo stale the importance of fceep- 
; wine In vessels (old of of fool tastes or amella 
it will strike every one at first Iboaghl. 
As aoon ns your ensk is empty, trash it ont 
anly with n, cbnin, and ifyou are not going lo 
a it immediately, the same day, sulphur it 
ubly, that is, wilb two inches of sulphurous 
itch. Tbca pnt it In a plnce where there is 
plenty of light, without being loo dry, nod where 
nlr Is almost (til). Every three months that 

ipte enre, your casks will outll 



bee: 



:■ in i'lli 



LoTAgrl. 



d Aprils!, I 



iry (In Ho. 1 of tbi 
fully every worm-bole and plug it i 
bare no idea of Ibe quantity of 
throngh a worm-bulo In the short space of 
sight. The amount of damngi 



'he 


(oard of Judges t 


.:r.: 


n named, 


■ ■„;.]..[ 






















































under 


aid Act shall Dot 


bu 


irejodiced 


This. 


et shall bo In effect 


from em 


ed April ST, 1853. 






ion to 


Clfttlo-RniaorB— Jerked Boo 


I sotpl 


s of beef beyond 


the 


consump 



If It 



; S cd the 



day, It mns 
side, nj I have nlrend; 
trof Ibe 24th of Feb 
ime). Hunt op care 






my per 



nulls 



loked Ii 



imelblog nst 
ml eiperiei 
damage is ten 



t. I do 



ilnntly. while the 



, rinse out the barrel either 
sionsspoken of before, or wilh 
somespirilsorwiae. \* 

Iftbe foam bo yellow, take out one nffhlheods 



it hnrrel is irredeemable, nnd ought 10 be immo- 
iaiely drslrored, ns its use would bo sure de- 
ruclionlolh'e wine— no in it tier what was done 
> It. I recommend all persons, even where Ihe 
olb is while, 10 lake out the head nod scratch 
ic spot ont. If you have no lime on hand, you 
in wilh nlmost ns much propriety, make ose ol 
esh woc-d-asbei-yon only have to employ tinil- 
,g bnt water, instead of cold ns with lime. For 
cin-pipe of 135 golloos, tnke 1 gallons of ashes, 

Very often barrels have not yet been Bpolted, 
od are still capable of communicating to the 
ine n most disagreeable barrel lasle. In thil 
i«c the work is herd and you can only be gnided 
T yoor own doubts. 

The only ohjeciioo there ia to the nse or lime m 
sbes is, tbnt thoyjfulirn the wioe, mnko it hard 
nd engender > smnll loss of alcohol. These nh- 

vnn bare lo make use of a ca-b, nnd It is foul 
There is another way to render tbo hnrrel sweet 
out Ills ont of the reach of most persons, Ibnt is 
chn nse of sulphuric acid. It is much more ■■(■ 
fectivo than either lime or ashes. Wash out the 
:ask cleanly wilh cold wnler ; let every drop drip 
jut; then, when perfectly dry, p 
gallons, I pound end a half of th 
phorl, 
the i 



The pood 
Ry office 



The apple I 

Iho eice pilot, 
ok well— th 
my places, 



IT ill t , 



very P :.i 



m the 



It run off; 

aftenrnrds with spirits of wine or on infusio 

The muify latlt comes from n greenish vegi 
ie mnlter, which seems lo grow on the insirie of 
isks, nod nlwoys takes a very grent develu 

ill air for nny length of time. AD the wa; 
:idi, etc., will da the mosty barrel no 
Tnke out its hend and born shavings in I 
iplotely chnrred 



uch the 



islde w 



ktbc 



od wash ont with cold water nudthe chain. 

nsks are treated this same way, nnd often ha 
_uf icg the ion-el laili— hot for the laller 1 p 
ihe melhads already indicated. 

But Ibo km 3 remedy for all these disen; 
have kept for the lest, as hardly any nro nb 



j/fcott 



rora Sonoma Count?. 

nd fond of "adventures" (anll-Quixollc, not hi 
ig nny Dulciuea), I hethonghl mo or rnmlnu 
Cooseqncnllj. 1 (ooud royseir on board the go 
"uma, which lauded me safely nt lis d 
Of Pstnluma I can say nothing nt 



e jus 1 . 



well for 



and has begun 
y complaint, in . 



oipect n good fru 
, the caterpillurs 



I urn surprised nt the limited cnltivntion of fins. 

gentleman with whom I conversed, nnd who 
lides near this place, informed me he had rnlsed 

pounds of seed from 1 ponnd. Let others pro- 
fit by this, if they will. 



have been kindly n 
nany, in fnct, that It 
rliO. I nm sorry to si 

ose prosperity has be 

bsttor; whose belt 1 
ntdB sustaining the hi 

rknew-a Governme 

jcstoipressionofthoi 
improvo; yel doiog 

ds of disaffectioo, by finding 



it possible 
inra are it c 
s and good property, 

■ should ho directed 
lovernroeot the world 
vbich gives them the 

ill with the A 



Loyal notArihs Lata Lcgislntnre. 

Tub nilifornin Lcgistntuto thntbns jusladjonruod 

IU ns patriotic as the most Union-loving clliien 

ind reiolntlons of loynlty, which wore pnsscd : 

Resolutions have been adopted complimentary 
,o Geo. Joe Hooker; to tbo gallant California 
,'oluotccrs who whipped the savages on tbeplaius, 
ind in honor of Gen. Sumner's memory. A radi- 
an! Onion Ssnator wns elected lo euccoed Latham, 
mil his elecliun served also to defeat and robuko 
in attempt to sell the new party to corruption tits. 
A hill bns nlso been passed, authorizing the is. 
lue of bonds to Iho nmouol of $600,000, foe tho 
purpose of eitra pny, nt the rate or 55 pcrmootb^ 
lo California Volunteers io iho service of Ibe 
United Slates. Another oct eileodi the elective 

other appropriates about 525,000 la aid of the 

been revised so ns to provide for thorough orgnn- 
!.-. iiii-.i. nnd drilling nf Ihe militin, and camps foe 
instruction, at slated periods io each year. The 
sum af 5101,000 is uppropriuted for arming nud 
equipping our citizen soldiery. Tho generul Gov- 

•uinll nrms, nnd ummunilion, for the belter de- 
lion of our harbors. Acts h-m been pas<cd mak- 
ing tho eibibitioa of rebel flags a felony, Bod to 



strife of war should 
a compelled to show 
:!r colors. Therefore, 



nl prosperity sod honor, 
do what little ha can for 
und If it should be necessn 



ooaHo opIoiODS io other ways, 
ins hnrrohing for rebel cbiertiaos, wishing 
.he success of tho Slave Confederacy, andcele- 

ivil cuses, and rcquir.-s attorneys to lake tbo 
I or allegiance or quit the bar. Still aoolbor 
provides for the punishrceol, by death or im- 
onmcut, of parties fitting nnl f iretical, ptlia- 

rig recruits Tor the rebel armies. A provision 
ha new land-law debars from Ihe privilege of 
chasing or locating on the public lands all who 
an to affirm their allegiance lo tbo Government 
be United Stntes. No person will berenfter bo 
wed to lunch In Poblic Schools who shall re- 
i la attest his or her loyally by taking Ibo pre- 
bed omh enacted far such cases. Resides all 

IsMuro subscribed nbonl S700 tn the fund of 
United Stales Sanitary Cnmtnission. Surely 
ch tho State may ivoll bo 



Phenomena i 



nee, and particularly ia Burgundy, n 

washing Ihe casks with a chain, they rinse 
with spirits or wine, brandy, or inrusions, 
This system Is excellent, especially if ynu nr 
little dnublfnl or Ibe cask. I ndvise every odi 
employ Ibem, and nbovo nil ivbeo the cask has 

The general quantity of spirit or braady used 
about a half a bottle per hundred gallons. Aa 
ion as this has passed over Ibe vrbolo Interior 
irfaee, II should be let drip out; somaleare It 



He attention c 



voges of sickness upoi 
rmy, is, Io n great roci 
Improper dietetic hahi 
mcier unforloantcly art 
of war, would bo greatly 
iluting for fat porV a i 
old of California ia the i 



Id be 11 






mr rapidly progre 
ilng implements ol 



urn Is let ran off after ngiloting the hnrrel It 

7 uirection. If during Iho vintage, tho hul 

c can with advantage bo replaced by fermoat- 

must, 

he Inrusions consist of different aromnllc flow- 

mind wilh a coople bandruls of pencb leavei 

, inns Into the cask, which is rinsed out 
The smell Ibis leaves Ibe barrel is highly 

eeabie. Any flowert, most, having no agrees 
aroma, may he msdo use of. You may ere 

without Bowers altogether. 

Che commoa diseases, or foul lastes, that bai 

, impart to wines, are: tbo "barrel," "musty 

1 "sour tastes." Those ate the exclusive on. 

Ill speak of, as [ho others, and there are man 



ned, may wilbout the let 



ask. Tho steam escapes with 
nc open faucet-hole. Twenty n 
uk completely, after which 1 

This Is the sovereign of all rcr 
Iways to be tnnde use or whone 

If my letter, In your mind, » 
rould you bo kiod enough to ft 



Ills thoon- 
, nfler being 



bnilcd with pica 
Hly every on. 



S- 



Steam on City Railroads, 
'wo bills are now pending before tho Leglslnlu 
t Albany, relative to the ndopllon of tho dumn 
nglnes, on the Brooklyo Central Railroad, and 
j reported that tho members generally are in fav 
if Iho machines. It is to he hoped tbnt iho hills 



nlso, are looking very 

ty, irihcreisnny rem- 
hc prevention, or cure, 
peach trees, It would bo 
y your numerous readers— 
ig n theory of lllijir O'.vn in 
edy; somebe- 
1 others ia the 
klod of tree. 
With Mr. Ferguson of Santa Rain, who hns n 



eby 



by W. S. Savory, the subject being the pbenom- 
onueclcd with denth, which he distinguished 



In ibis aspect lbs mora iniportnat 



,n Ibos 



ended n 



pie organisnlioo, such as polypes and worms, re- 
tain ritnlity or various degrees under circumstan- 
ces fatal to such complex organisms as ours. In 

arising from the 



, of c 



-of the 



\ i.rij.ui! 



Tho majority nf fi 
seem tn be very cnloi 
the first nnd greatest 1 



ling, Tur 



rlly of lane 

heaullfying their homes, or making cxpcrimi 
with new seeds or plants. Another reason 

*nnt of 



useforlhw 



. Tho 



<i. Hi 



,;y of tho wine, and no care can be eauiidored loo 
great, if they are avoided. 

Tho barrel Uste Is, according to my Idea, t, fer- 

uodergoe. some change. In lis intimate parts, 
dging from the u>m of wines bat bave acquhec 
Barrel taste, I should say thai this supposed fer 

.Iks that are liable 



Stooxtox Municipal. Elcutiok. — Tbo monicipi 
elocliou in Stockton, Jlnj lib, resulted In favor . 
the T/nlon llcket, by a majority of about three 
one. About 600 votes were polled. 




odea termed the "irlpods or life," the 

lungs, nud tbo brnin, Sir. Savory expressed bis 
own conviction that death was primarily occa- 
sioned by either the sudden nr gradual L'Mpp ,l:? 

uf tho late Sir Benjamin Brouio ihal, in nlmost nil 
cases, Ibe paint or death Is treo from physical suf- 
fering. He duly described nnd analyzed Ihe signs 

tlnn termed njor morfu, Ibo coaguloiioa of Ihe 
blood, and finally, decomposition. Tbo last, bo 
said, is always going on in lift, bm is then ac- 
is ceases after death. 






Tho body then 

■od physical forces, nnd is resolved Into Its com- 

liun of new orgnnisms. Death, then, is a condi- 
tion of lift. Our llmiied space olone prevents ns 
frnm Introducing some of the Interesting delails 
with it blob Sir. Savory elucidated bis subject. 

The vllnlily uf hair, finger ned toe-nails long 
after the body is stiff and cold In death, has been 

uf sudden accidental death, the gastric juices of 
the stomach continue their functions, and In the 
ubsencc of a supply of rood, have been known to 
allnck and destroy Ihe Inner lining or tho stomnob. 



ir dissolving i 



fl.ytoa, Hay 1, by soldiers 



82 



tlcsVlB Sonoma I 



THE OALIFOBNIA FA.RMEE. 



Land TlticMa Sonoma and Mario Couur.lco 

Tho BnUa do Tom i 1 as Claim. 
Toe tilles lo Ibo Bolsa d« Tamales, ii n in.r 
hepplly decided in fetor or lbo rightful di 
lbs sdtlcrs, wo give bclowo reriew of tbe hlslory 
and proceedings ip tbe case, while In liiigatlot 
lame two years ngo, by odd fully competent Toi 
tbe Insli, which will bo of interest nl Ibe present 
lime: 

la the Pisirlcl Court of lbo Untied Sulci for 
the Northern District of California, on ibe 3?d 
day of Jsnoarr last, Judge Hoffman delivered lbo 
npininnof tbe" Court, confirming Ibo cln-fm of J. 
D. Galbrafib to the Bolsu do Tomales, being for 
Bto leagues of land in Solano end Maria counties. 



This ci 



then 



Ibei 



Ii nil! be covered by Ibis grant, should thi 
anu finally succeed In (retting a Piilont fai 
Ime. Jly object in thi* communication is tt 

review the 1 

action of the U. 5. official!, 

(hll greet. 
This grunt purports to bare been made by Pi. 

Pico, on the 12th day of June, a. D. 18M, tn Joe: 

of. PadrJIi)*, at B time, us tbo history of Callfornli 

the United States, end when the grantee bimscl 
end bis bund of cut throats were actually en 
gaged is perpetrating, npon the plains of Sants 
Rosa (see Bryant's "What I saw in California"), 
Ibo most foal and brutal murders tbst hers ere 
disgraced the history of any civilltcd communit) 
The petition purports to bare been made tbe 2011 

of Mnnoel Castro, the Sen. Prefect, who reside, 
at Sionterey, at s distance of some 200 miles Iron 
the piece npon which he reports and or which h 
had no knowledge, except wbni he bed from tb 
grsolee himself. Now wby did he apply to tb. 
Prc'ecl at Itonlerey when the proper officer togif. 
the necessary Information as lo whether the torn 
was meant end grnnubtc, resided at Sun Rafael 
within 3D miles of the Balis do Tonmles? (Se. 



eitlemeuu at Hodegn, at tbo Lagunn do San An 
oul n, Jack Martin's, Black's, and Gnrcln's, all tb. 
egloo between those selllemenls and tho Pacifi. 



,) I Ii 



wild. 



lemiognltb game, ibevcry elysinm of thesporls 
an, the like I Dover ngoiuelpecllo see), the roil 
rue is easily accounted for. As I have stud, I madi 
icse discorories, 1 took the affidavits of then 
en, f placed them la the bands of tho law urn 

Calhoun k Blinding, whn as I learned from 
icmselres placed them la tho hnndi of the As- 
date Law Agent for the purpose of showing tbi 
iturc of the testimony which could ho produced, 
bleb is dow notwithstanding Judge HofTroan tc 
,e contrary, held lo be of vital Importance by 
a Supreme Court of the U. S., as I will endeavor 

show before the conclusion of this corhmunicn- 
iB. The result of all this was [but ih-n mt&itu 
rr no! produced, the offidariis utre lost, and the 



i the 



of Rami 



or Canada dc Jan 
,e.] Tbe reason is quite evidenl 



of II 



out after Paddllin had fled from this portion of 
tbe country, and after Pio Pico bad relumed \. 
Los Angeles after bis celebrated trip lo the north 
after nil Ibo country north of Los Angeles bni 
fallen into Ibe bands of tbo victorious America, 
forces, and just on the cvo of tbe flight nf Pio 
Paddilia and Ihoir reminds, to Mexico. There 
Tare tbo conclusion Is inevitable that tbls gran 
was ante-dated some trc&b, because, bad it beoi 
■Die-dated some months tbe trend could at onci 
hare been detected. That il was made for tbi 
purpose of speculation, in ouord lo nil, and no- 
lo carry out the c 



laksblc. 

Tbe parties fled Id Mexico, wbcro they n 
main Ed uulil tbo rntiBcalion or Ibo treaty of Gun 
dalupie mdolga, when they Erst discovered tbo 
tbe Mexican nation in this treaty with tho Unite 
Stales, pledged htr faith that no grants of lantl 
were made in California after Ihe 1Mb day of Ms 
1. D. 1810, and that none made after ibat dal 
should bo respected by the U. S. fiovtmtneo 
TJpon making Ibis discovery, Puddilla. or bob 
ono for bim, erases thojjord "Junlo" is \htgta, i 
and substitutes tbo word ^Eebrero," and bid tbi 
Land Commission scro linked"*, esc cases as cln ( e 
]y oa Ibey night have dooe, Ibis lo ibem wool. 
":, qaita nppurcnl, and ihe; 



i Ibeii 
i, ssy "that in tbe ribs 
on tbo part of the Govornm. 
ing mode out a prima facia 



tbe pan of the Governmen 
or tbo U. 8., when the cl 
influence (and who that kt 
claimants will deny His gr 
but tbe then Attorney Gen 



imony 



Tbero are many points In it Ihut have never been 
passed upon by that Court (job their opinion In 
Ibe Cambnslln cue, How,, also their opinion lu 
Ibo Keonlos case, 2Sd Hon.). It Is utterly desti- 
tute of merits; Ilia now infinitely weaker than 



s that the present [T. S. District Atlor.ir-y 
I'onbern District of California, Calhoun 

■I l"r..r„ '^...bil^r,,,',. , u (nk,. .„,.(■ slqiS 

practice; and not only Ibis, but 00 t 
, be bos forwarded no abstract of t 
Was 
lendii 

BBMHBhB 

to Ibis 7 I hoi 
ho will not. / 
bey may huvo 



>L-[keikci:.l' 

...-.ni.-.l, [■■ 



. sly , apology Is lis I 

ilego of i imoll spore 

>m 8 subject. 

s, Joux Kavis 



l/t 



a It i 



lerool fame bo it said, refused to accede lo lb; 
real, graud and magnificent fraud; becefused I 
c a party to choking oft" the case ; ho said il wn 
estimte of merita ; he pronuanced it a fraud, 
irgery, and in consequence It had id como befbr 
ie ordeal cf tbe Supreme Court, and there lb 
ecreo of ihe District Court was reversed and tb 

ne court slating thai tbe prnof of possession wn 
nnflicllng, and that the case m presented to lb 
oorl was d„iiluIcof n-rili. The caso comes bac 



by tbe (Cillers. The Jud K e' (llutTraan) aficr P 'lhe 

f coorersntion wilh'.Ibo counsel for both the 

thru li!M>iJ nol aider, un.i il,.-' .|...i : i,.„ ( ,f 1 : i , '.-.,. 
Court; ihut ibey confirmed End rejected 



i thai 



ruction Ibal bo could 



American Hctrtlcntluro. 

Tnocou one sketch of tho present slate of horll- 
g us is quite imperfect, nlTording but 
gllmpsa of the ample Held which lo- 



ut which Ibo practical pleasures and family- 
rl of rural homes would bo greatly abridged. 
for to garden-seed culture. It may be Ibal 



poalied on tlio skeltlon BcuttoldlDg within tbi 
building, there to remain until the seed Is snffl 
clenilj cured and dry enough to tbrnsh. TbcBi 
drying-bouses arts hulldlngs or uniform cbnrac- 
lor, Itvo stories In blg.Lt, nnd CO ftot oquaro, con 
slroctcdsons expose their conUnls to sun ant 
ale, and each provided with a carefully Itild tbrnsb.. 
Ing Door, extending Ibrnngb Ibe building, wilh 






i fit 9 



bouses nro fall, nnd tin 
thrashing, Ibo engine 1b slarted sod ibe work b< 
gun. Ono man, relieved by olbors from Iliac I 
timo (ror tbo labor requires activity, nnd con 
sequent!}- la cibausling), feeds Ibe Ihrnshcr. wbicl 
with its armed leetb, moves wilh focb velocity a 



lopping for 



rl L-yliuJ 






,mba— puff, pulT, onwnrdtbo work— i 
iumph in thrashing, as in print! 
leu and boys Bra ilntloned at tin 
ler la remove Ibo atraifr, and roughly 
seed from lha shattered fiukii— otbi 




jedln 



■.' dried 



from Ibe scaffolds, and placing It in a suitable po- 
sition Tor the feeders. When ono drylng- 
bns thus been emptied, tbo engine Is rumor 
analber ; tha same process Is pursued until the 
circuit of ibe buildings bns been made, and tbi 

tirsl bouse bns been thrashed, Iho work of nil 
id, and skilled bands thus ei 
gnged follow on In tbe track nf tbo engine. As 



i il is placed in bags of two bushels each 
ill a requisition from the cily-wnrcbomc. 









robahly In many case 
s though It were Iho i 
kill, which, afier the : 



euro itspuriiy; m 
makes Ibe purch 






would o 



many ihinga connet 
der ibey decision 
salisfBclory lo then 



npmion confirming the ci 
if ibe grantee In doing luia 
, but certainly It was neilh 
say farther "th.l 



ir Ibo inefficiency of Ibe official or his aj 
a before ihe Land Core 



mission. He, bowi 
cnuot, and it is boo 

"nothing extenuate 

ice," ttbich Is tbe spirit Ii 



After 



-11119 
s w«o I 
aed [fen 



witblbcold seniors then in il 
eoonitj, made ioquiry toucb 



I found, moreover th 
iluoal wilnc.1, wooel 
o weight la a conrl . 
tr was known, and. n 



it of Paddllio and hit 



roelty/bn, m those wbo'kue'h.t^rJorlluJo'f 



It properly belongs I « 
their own concluslous- 
Ibcy adhered lo tbcii 

Ibstlflb 



ought n 



■ ■ 



of tbe lenrotd Judge (ce 

Ibis Jodgo lioffmso Bled 
Ibe claim. ii« finds as m 

forgery; bo fire's f„,ia" 1 
e'er heea takeo by [' .1,1.1 



"ly their Import) I, 
oVnlon'cnn'nrmin, 



jt sd Id tbe prodocilon of saods ; many are tbo 
iure of watchful euro lo bo bestowed upon II, 
d storn and unyielding are lis demands on ibe 
illed oye and the untiring hand. It is because 
some coses iho eye is oat skilled, and tbo head 
'.en tires, Ihat so many seeds of more ihon doubt- 
I wurlh are Imposed upon Iho market, filling 
tho village and oross-road shops wilh tho germs 
fdisoppoiotraent. Th* bisiory of tbo seed-col- 
jro In the United States Is not wllhoul Interest 
) Ihoso who, like many renders of this paper, re- 
do la tbo quid country; to every family tbu 
iluuled, tbo certainty or obtaining seeds of trust 
worlby quolitj-— ccrlnla to vegetate, and suro li 

can bo appreciated by Ihoso who rely upon lb- 
city morket, nod havo at nil times oad season, 
nmplo supplies or vegetables wllhin easy reach 
On looking round for some individual eMabli^h. 



nip-seed. And bt 
roach ? is a natural inquiry. Of all tbo vo- 
es, Including tho rula-hnga, about 1000 busb- 
is tho response. Wo should havo thongbt n 

rre nro reminded II la In pari exported lo far 
.nl lands. And what la Iho crop so much 
turnip, bnt still green, and apparently of 
oro vigorous growth 7 That la nun nf Iho 



from kind 
italogut 



till another, reel; and 
,lk over ihe gr 



iislcd it 



SEED WAEEHOTJSeI 

(ESTABLISHED UT Ibsq.j 

W. MOOR E | 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALggJ 

ALL filHDS OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRiji.fl 

Agricultural 



Oniameiital Tree and Siri 
S Mj EDS, 

SO. 40S CA!,iFOSt\li STIlEr: 

Old Sumhcr uo, 

Between Sansomo and JfonlRonitrr I 

SAN FRANCISCO, C*,L. 

THE ntTLERSIOtfED HTtj ESTAIJLISriEDS 
correspondence and business In Euro|4 mIsh 

.ar.bBinrecolpl.aad la ondlo.s variety. Jap 
eetly frum France and Eneland, from a-ellton, 
poailblo bnusesi sumo of lbs most , jn , oaiBJI 






i ibe 



rally t, 



a tbi 



idesl.knowo t 
nd if tbe reader will join us in a trip tbltbcr, <y'i 
ball be pleased with bis company, and perchance 
e may not wholly regret the time occupied in 
no Meursion. Tho period wo shall chooso for 

On a bright day wo tako onr seals in tbo ears 
'. Jersey City, provided with the talisman to in- 






-'..' 




.fr 


vbo nr a 0kB "n nt,d 


th.; L 


> r y, r ,, o 


ho 


nlypa 


lies 


hohnreeooil 1 ! 




'l""|" i ' 








F^K-^IIJonrlV 


Hiv 




nd 
ad 


a pet 


wiih 


their wives an 
homo on tho 1 
lemn acts or C 


d lilt 

icitic 


i uf plain 




a or'lh 






knew 


be plow- 


tht 


r inbab 


t.ni 




nn' 1 " 6 


'■ r, ' r '" "" 








detbis wilderne 






:■/ 


B/f7na 


•OB 


•at It uotild 
jo FmouLHCo; 


UL™w 


•t m th:, 
1 tho Su- 



J^-Iodgo UoiTman ought lo 

grant was made 
purpose ofearryh 



'i Ihe Supreme Court, In the 

XS"har^i! i ^^<H 






and jus 



ow, STr. EJiior, 

Iwo coses. In I 

none of Ihe condillt 







h fertile fields and 






whir 



indowofotree, 
od mnko some inquiries as to ibo place itself, its 
[ lent, tbo course of culture, tbo description of 
auuros used, ole. Onr cicerone assents lo Iho 
opoialj nnd proceeds to answer our general tn- 

10 ocrcs; it has a frontage on ibo Dclawnn 
anal, nnd is divided Into two nearly eqonl pnrti 
by the Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad. Tbi 
soil Is a tight loam, easily worked, suited to rapid 
percolation, admitliog of Inbor immediuidy after 
benvy rain, and not liable lo suffer by 
The manures used are principally crudi 
from Ibo city, and landed an Ibe pren 
sballnps conlinonlly plying, laden wilh 
errs or fiimiing." Street-scrapings urn 
tbnnslable-mannre; bone-dast and „„ 
largely lata tbe 






md Ibts 



BSrcgnl 



«ids in 



najest 



"ifnd !1 " 0d '"™ r ' ° D " B -" iDS ' b ° F ' tmi - 
es in iho English style. To ounmorM^ibo 
trees, In groups or single spoelmeni, 
nnst invito our nnllee, would Interfere with 
n object ar our visit. W have como for 
'I purpose, and wo can only allndo to a 
v of Iho species lo which oar ultontlnr, 



non lha sward, upwards of iUt, f flB i Io drcQ[n 

Ionia ,D bfgl,t : lbo tophi 

« tL high' anTaan a y PDnE '" 



lo the fce-simplo of an ordinary farm." Thi 
ere [a that donnminatcd drill; but nf conrsi 
h of It is simply straight lines drawn by tbt 
. /''? W ™ Cb lb ° rD ° 1J forB,!edin E fl «pl''nted 
by bund Tbo ground with lbo excep.ion of Ibo 
o, nnd a portion occupied from lime to lima by 
is for home use, Is divided by wagon-ronds In- 
used ; and each crop forms o distinct feature, 
accessible at any fitn gu r growth. Tho several 

turnip, eabhage, beot/lciince, are planed widely 
"bechanc^of th?t wl?"^'' QdmiltU "' b " 
is popularly supposed, olTurts having' bciju' use" 
"perltnenlallytoiestl^prac.icabilliy, B0 d ,hM 

' '■ii','.tu l,it,.|r,i,l i-[.., 3 ,.|y allied, wlrhn^r ... 

Although iho enent of ibe groa 
io be formidable, even for n faro 



In California are nol full, reliable and eaossl I 
liflo knowledge shall bo given luthn bejiaui. 



BAS FOH SALE 

K. "i.,„, mue-grnsj; Orchard Gran, 
fi-d-iop Grass; Sainfoin Go 

Engliili liyt-grass, Tim,-irlir <:,,-.,. 

moi™„ »-i,i,,i', ;.;■„.,„ 

Crimson Clover, Luccrnn, &c. Ai 



ompt recropplng— Iwo craps In end 
tactcd, only n small part of tho la 
uuubl._du.y, the cleat annually p, offcd \£ 




tnnnyc 


nsoontlTOweek ° °" ,£ " cuUnr<! ' '»sti for 








^nowbologcul. Thewark 1 "performed 


stem of 


irsleml,culuntilib b r aaT lb, n" ,Ill " C, : 


arc dep 


Bi.ediucnnv B ,!hl cl "' r, "'- Whtnln V 


!■"!' ", 


ao'seTblcb^ ' ^^^ '" , ° lb '"' 5; m "" n»"«*to 






tin ■ 


hJsLTZ':,^ """""e ""Boos, with 












arrived Ibe, 8 tt ""° '" "» d '^ in B- 


remort 


b J .opo,od,.ckIe: b nd l ,n B e"c , o':re 1 n'i. , " d t 



amounting m ccnrlj tlv | c0 l!l0 „„ , , bo 
ThchcnrjbnuliQ e l a p (t f ormodby 0Icn |[|o ' 

I.™ pri»,i,.ii,- b, „„i„, ,. Utb m „;,„„/,; 

r. ™rZ,'."r,'C'',,'.°,"™!; " '"■""""*"''' 



BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT RVD13H TCBJT 

OUCl'MHKP., JIELdVS i l-'TTITV ti'viO^ 

TOMATO. EARLY AND LATH PBJS 

BEAKS, Ac, io., ic. ™ 

Tobacco Seed. 

IAVAMA, TIIlGIKfA, COyKECTICDT SB 
LEAP, AKD ItARVLAND TODACCO SHU 

COTTON SEED. 

Gnano ftom Johnnton's Iglaiiil. 
rLOWER SERDS f300 TarleUB 
BUIsBSs 

'rnnrrl'll*, T( "-IPS, IIVAamA 

id in ondleis vnrlaly, imparled direct Ursa!""". 

From bis tons; oinorloni7^r,t.n «„,, n,riosJ 
Irloen yoirs), aod hi. ver „i .ire ,t«kc(H 
this klod, U»H 



ler tbun tbo humid climate ol 
! bt l'°," Pnr,a . ti0niDnn i''=- 



»«n "u tnghsb soil. M barno „,' " 
hamlet,, south and west of Z L ° ° f 

Interrupletlbythnwar w .„ ™**«PM^ uulil 
dre.h's seeds The be '[" *" ^i with Land- 
qudrleraoracnturyagn ][ r °; t "' cJ °™"y threo- 
Ihc second nntl tl,i,',i ;",',.„'' .""" iaLllll ":l 1 ..d by 
wllb which itorlainn,^ ; xj,","^ 1 Ibo ^"j 
ily -lirc,:t..| r r o U f hD , s > ^ B '" 1 1 1 "!"! Ir.da.trj.tead" 
■-111 "P 'or americ. ' """' * Ui tt "pnlalloa 

ForR ei ^ 01 , Sale 



Mentor his ability to ,aib;r> 

35 Nallve California Ei'crgrMfl 
TREE AND SHRUB SEE" 



THE TJNDERSIQNED, PRo.lI KIS ESTS^ 
focllltlos nnd 

^MEO Stook of Ev ry Variety of 

Can offer unusual IndoeemenL. le 

xE/iarAATs rir the trade, pasO 

AXD LARQE RANCH WSBSi, 

Who wish lo bosupj.liDd In his Has. 
sold recommend Ihat OriDinn ro» Si»' ' 
3T Io tho UndonlgnK,, (Lrati.-h tb' W* 
• \, otborwlig panioj rqn | lut ]i[-K ,M 
d upon, tn uuo tholr Orders should bs 



' "*« °'^» f« See Js^D^rocelptinr'foMl! 
Th. nodor,l„ od j, n|<0 ^^^ |o „,„ 





otr. 




rnlaP 


rm 


r, who 






tT 
























super! 


















Send 


for 


On la log u 







S. AV. MOOBE. 

SEED WABKIK" 6 
408 (old No. 110) California «^ 




- 1 - J 3 - -*^ _ - =^f^^ to r\ -TO" 15 



83 



K , r ^rt^jnn^lfron FHrnCTofM.rl.'O 1 

Hjnr._YI.-MISCELLA>.-BOTrS ADDESDA. 

n , Inaiins of Owens' Lake-and Southwards. 

**" i Q di fl n- av.-ar btokf oiii btiKCL'D Item nod 
Kwbile settlers in April 1852, in vfbicb the l0 ' 



.^...IMlloODflh^ljGoTHDm 

;toad from ebool Ibo year 1703 l ° " 
lU ,in T alueblo historical matter relating ~ 
lj settlement and progress or Ibo Mission 
; and the relations of ibe Spanish nnd Mes- 
ican official. wilh the Indian tribes, wild aon 
ehrtl U„ „r .a*, bev shore, and rivers, for along 



Ion of tho ! 



no part., n 
i of or toed. 



SalTa Barbara Indians. Father Josfi Sent* 
lately nlso discovered an old catechism of tbo A 
if Faitb, etc., of ihe Catholic Cburc - 



with lbs Santa Yo.. MSS, -111 make about 


Bite co 


octavo pege a. 




Tor. Sao Gabriel Mission Indian., and the 
B u.go. Hugo Wo his letter of ISSlo 


rLan 

nlhes 




(«!■* 



!i!,..l I 



r^gnoes" Coritnnos nod OirUki 

JDl bcn tribes of \f«W»Sw Sleiici . 

*"' ■'.',":.. -.,., i'.llUiniij between the Tcjoo Pass 
^Strlngon ^ _ ^ ^^ &oBj (bB fol 

San Francisco. Yor; 
bVn'owo or iho ethnological 

il-d with tbeni two or three years. 

Indian warriors of tbo Totagun, La- 
j, and Curtate tribes— who inhabit 

LbJl^arrivedi^biroky^Tb^pro- 



„ tuvcligent men. They 
riaty of performances, coosisling 
W&T~°l «« ™ J f «" o«oOM."-pEey, 1863 - 

I It Is estimated that the Indian, in Owens' Vol- 
iber from sii to eight hundred, with aboot 
iid rifles in their hands, which Ihcy know 

Indians have ron off considerable stock, 
ling to, probably, 1,000 heed.— [Lfls An- 



ludinnology, W61), •■!• Mr. los6 Marl* Zalr 
tdncod this language to grammatical fen 
\ (1.8:5), spoke it well, and preached sermons In 
ied at tbo Mission of San Juno DapHtrtr 
1 1B30 or 1B35 ; and wo have little donbt t 
i corioos and valuable philological 
1 bo found by properly searching for 




THE SUCCESS WHICH THE 

BuoJieye Mower 

Das met wilh in California, baa led « '""^ l " S 

THE BEST MACHINE IN USE 



THE BUCKEYE A5 A REAPER 

la Ibo Bucko yi 



BOWte^ BBOTHBE, 

whohjsalf. Am mml BB4IOTS ™ ffSh 

STAPLE AKD SELECT FASOY \ ffigSSiL 

GBOOEBIBS, 
SSrfSiF Ship stores, Ranch and Farm Stores, 

.„„„■„ .....to <• •»■>' «"« » '^"utie.. :., ... _. 

"""OLD^AV* COFFEE, »• •» "^^T„^ -"■ '■' '»«I '»' 
TEAS, ^ '!" " r - T cUO ' ' , Cn ,,w Fort d.«d, ..'l » r "y choi " voriDlr - 

SPICES Innnmcratiiu anu j ■ , choicosl Eastern. 

5pob rtai -« cflar tbem- SPANISH OLTVES, of auperior quality. 

«. ttba^ntbor."! n P .od" L ,:. C.,.U» — * - ^W^«?^Z& 



iportantadrantaeosrhl 
nlda 



, oil ordor; 






rjliiiii 



t Hill be at 



Ordon.-lll hat 
odorl to nlth tho 



„:. ii'j. 



can It), wbicli is fornisbed tboro, as joo are 
rore, by the fly of Mono Luke, anfl wbleh can bt 
in in swarms and balls opon the Lnko nl al 

uil is gathered aboct the shores by the Indians 
nd prepared lor use. Tbey slore .1 away m *« 
kcts undergronod, till wanted ; they then take U 



it lh;,l 



,1 |.urt 



■any 



before 





3d Sept 196* There wonld appear to 






be so 


( ,on a set down io tba route of Mr. 












No 3 of Hib Vol. B. H. Biplor. of 1361, 








Indian fortification on the Atnbwon, or 




k of the Yakltno, which last b a northern 




n!(,fiboColu[nbla»odE«storiboCB.cndo 




These remains are not far from Int. 40j=, 






", 


do wltb Wuboe, Coso, and Owens' river. 




ore maps are tho only reliable ones of the 


C r, an , 


y *ef t of the Back? Mountains. Mr. Gibhcs 




known In the literary world as an eminent 


India 


ologUt, and prepared lately a grammar o 


tb, a 


ore named Yakima ftiver Indians, in whose 








ISOu and '01 Reports of tho Commistioncra 




on \ITuirs, contain valuable information os 




j/uj of all tho Indian tribes treat of lb 


iBoeky Mo no tains. 



tably i 



a whol 



eoytes, nod averylhlog oboe 



, Lake, aro as fa 
onr fight myself. 

The Beach of Monterey Littered with Fish, 
lary, 1B63, fr 



, -., .-.'BUCKEYE Is 

Tho Machine tor California. 

thissoaacn. 

i We are also Sole Agents In San Francisco and 
Siarisrlllo, for the 

Haines "Illinois" Header, 



Solo AgeoU for tho celebrnted- 

Sweepstakes Thrasher, 

Mannfnclnrcd by 
O. ATJLTMAS i CO Canton, Ohl 



BOWEN BROTHER, 

Corner California and Hcntgomery £«£ ^ 



unAScn STortE-wi" 



BIGEL0W BEOS. & FLINT, 
GENERAL INSURANCE ACENCY. 

FIRE A3STD LIFE. 

Orr ,e E -N.r.U«0.. Corner M .». g . m e, r a»a Sacram.o,. rtr,rt..< 

Capital Represented, over $9,000,000!!! 

LIFE DBPAB.TMBNT. 

ASSETS OVER $5,000,00011 



„..u«Fni v -* 'j ;• ''•""•' •'; AKrioultural Implements. 

most lingular pbenomenoo. tbo ocaca oroonu o 

.. . ^._ r„ „,n„ it, nn iwn miles was entered wiib 



EOTJITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 

* OF l^TB-W YOKE : 

, i •»„!. rhewam m JmrrfcJ ifloie Warier proc/a-u iJioi nil tho profits lhaU 
Purely mutual. Tht- only onl : i Sio-r-: L-^"»'j "> J"™ ^ 

t. A- n .-JW nro rata otBonj We folrtir AoWeri, 

uaal del.y of ssn^lne apppHcatlom to Now York. _ 

■da TerrlU.ry. and tran.lt to aod fmm tho States lo C.llforn 



a Bollnica in tha Upheaval* of Bints BaTbara 
Cnnnty— Soa-Linea. 
| Os lh5 line of tbo seashore, in tbo high olio's 

ui overlooking the bench, may bo seen lo 

"o pirallel line of over two miles In length, im- 

mtnse depo.lts at L«t™i<a, Thalifa, etc., of the 

I" burrowlog varieties, with J/yliJIm, Otitis, nnd 

r fsmilies of the California llollnsca of the 

nl dnv. The depnsils are In many places 50 

almv> the beach, on tbo faco of Iho cliffs, in 



nd very f«t- Nearly everybody in town bos eaten 
f those- that wore taken from the water alive, and 
have beard nf no sickness from it. The Cbiocso 
nd other fishermen have gathered from 20 io 30 
ons of them, aod aro engaged drying and snlllog 
hem for market. All tba spare teams In town, 
,nd tbo snrroonding conntry, were engaged all 
lay Friday and Salurilny io haoling Qeb for mno- 
iring gardens, orchards, nnd agricultural fields. 

.muling will probably continue for tho gtonlor 
part of Ibis week. In mnny places they still lie 
from twelve to fourteen Inches thick on the bench, 
and out in the hay may he round acres of them so 
thick, that whaler, find difficulty In getting 



3- Farmors send for a D00K nlth fall dosorlplloi 

HAWLEY & CO., 

Cornor of California and Battery street 
""X-JJV FRANCISCO. 



iitlwn 



DlrtdeniiiC 



sntof Pn 



r added to polloy- 



thro 



h with thci 



is bee: 






tour U 
■beach upheave 
(ion. Tbe dep 



diamct 



i feet. A henn- dij.u-ii 
line places 4 feet thick, 

„d ere evidently nn ole 



of tbls mnrvelons occorrencc, I 
led witb any solution that has 
t. Tbo oldest inhabitants s 



eolbeCoOsdo 

tho Doa Paehlos ran- 

»"ab««c Santa Barbara. We tblok 
,t he taken for any Indian camp re- 
f are tno regoloc and eitensivo. Still, 
■ from Ibe late discoverits of pnal popolalloos lo 
*" "a the Lacustrine de. 

"■ . 1 1 - 1 1 ■ - r ■ _- ■_■ parallel de- 
of human art. It Is 

o great claystone for- 
ring sea, which were 

aea, and alio other 

, tea feet of soil ovei 
s a place easily sltue- 
.rollonj, should shos 
,ad habitations, it wil 



nmoog Ihem, 
any of them, 
basket 



k- y-i 



similar phc 
[n the fall of 16iS, which 
riter, in lb. Monterey Sooti 
Tho Cres.nl City Times, of A 

,l.r pH 



id up wltb 

my. 

rred at lb 



AUTOCRAT OF THE KITCHEN, 
» Oristoal P. P. Stewart 1 

Jnol Saving aa4 Comfort Produoing 
LARGE OVEN 

Bummer d.,0 Winter All-T! H l>i 

COOKINC-STOVE 

Wood and Anthracite, or Bitorninous Coal. 

ISIPItOVEO IS 1S39, 

be Addltli 
lomPluc 

tention Is Invited to the following points of tupei 
Iho Star 



lly, in rt 
(IMS) c 



: of 1801 



a similar flood 



Santa Barbara County, from I 

Carpentaria, in which 100 wuo.ii ot 
e piled with dead and dying Tub. Many 



rS 



effecu ere seen all over the Slate of California, It 
be Immense amount of fossil toolln.cn, ubocld« 
niacin, and marioe-fi.b, to be found In overy dls 
tilet of the State. 

iSnrMeilcan Item of IB30, One or Ihe cipcdi 
lions fitted out by the Viceroy and Ibe Convent 
JtfMeiico(viJe Davis el Gringo), to recover po: 
ilcwionufihe New Meilcnn Missions after Ibe ri 
Bolt of 15S0, and also Insnrrection of 1GB0, ttnrtt 
from Ihc town of Santa Barbara. It seems fro 
■Ute descriptions (ISC*-) that this small town 
flllneted on the Ilio Grande, not far from Fo 

Thovne, and nrr.tly opposite Mesllla, whero tL. 

rivor Is VM i aids wide— lt« population la ahon- 

'' Bis Franclrcn Oitj Archives. TbcseJISa archives 
* which arc conlaioed !n some twenty lergc boend 



New Washing Machine. 

'KNOWLEDGE BHAL1 BE IHOfiEASED.' 

rpriE SttltSOnlDEB WOULD OALf, TIIE ^^ 




ilTaraJc, Aloo 




CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.. 

OF HAKTFOIID. OOISTN: 

E»ldm.. !• Clifoiolo F«o •' •"'" «>«»•■ 

„„ c. W .T d..1«.. » I" — »'"■"■ '"■""• "* "■• A ™* "" " "• '""" *'" * '"'■" 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
of uahtfokd. oojsnsr: 

ABSEIS, $1,000,0001 

DEPOSITED IN SiS PRANCISCO FOE THE SE0OMTT OF POLIOT HOLDERS, 

SJ50.000! 
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK: 

ASSETS, $1,800,000! 

Letter, of Credit for $3-10,000. 

S'lif r £.«"o. C °- , Ph..i I P i ,.i™r„ooO.. 

Park Fire InsutonoB Co. 

Board, of References s 

iSK? SIS™ ■«?■ J ' P ' ru tf T vS>»t»i» •> "•• 

HES RY OAREWS J^ ^ ^ ^ £ 

"-WKSSi o. r. poiM ff Oo - 

jous H - ssk a- jomatoa^ H o|it e°;-„ 

J. D. KITTLE E,, 8 , »" '"'""■ 

ol Deivilt, ERllo h Oo. 

BIGELOW BROS. & FLINT, 

AGENTS. 



THE "GOLDEN HARP," 

TTrTTPi "LEAUBR," 

TWO flPLEHDID HEW AHD tUPnOVED BTOVE3, 

The BiY STiTB and other Stoves, 



id Fancy TIN-WARE, Kmimeli-d r. 

...i iittts-wAHi',, fiirn:i^-'iii.t.^, 

lUKIM.VKXM, SAIt-IROHS, 



B. O. AUSTIN, 



|uNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
THE BEST MILL 

EVEtt OFFEitEB TO T11E PBBUO. 

Greene, Heath &■ Allen, 

SOLS AGBMIS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Wnshlngton Tenllory 



Bee Keeper's Directory. 

Bt I. S. aaltlltiOH, AnUrlan, Bscr.ateulo. 






rOR SALB. 

WOE1K-BOX, ouuld 







7 



84 



% Mihmh Jtast. 

SAM FRANCISCO: 
™*0AT -KAY 8. 1863. 



TBEE OALIFOfiWI A FARME R 

Jtoom'tKkine la our City. I ThS&aciao Railroad Thu 4™S 0' chnl 



Reeling (be highest orei 
and Indniirli.l skill of o 

IT* have visited «exe»I or these factories r 
— illy, nnd seen ibe Industrious workmen, at 
gathered many fuels that show Ibis brunch 




ir qualitj- io any thai arc imp 

nrn Ig of n mpcrinr cbnrnclr, >u<i 



A PEEBIUH. 






TYb will present ( ; t p.cfcBpt, 






Tery new subscriber, [lint dtrir 


















ve or ten subscribers, in one lo 


















1 ibe subscriber mime, nod 






em. Also, lo old sobscribcrs p 
nd rcnen-lng, do ire ciiend the 


&u 


rreorngea 



Ur. Von Lnafc's jbop on Dn._ 

boat sao doien brooms per week; employ 
unds, nnd furnish lo tho trado broami fron 
o SG per down, boring usually nbont 300 d( 
■rooma as a flock 10 men order). Tho bn 
orn !j grown by conlrncl for bim, Hie prlee bi 
ow about Sl«i> per ton ; cilr. broom Bill ci 
land 5120; la SUO. 

Jlr. Ward, on Drum street, makes etaonl 
doien per week; employ four hands- baa m 
' rge quantities io former years in Sneramei 
id bus shown bis work m our Stale, fairs w 
eai success. Mr. Ward, lifceolhoroftbo mak. 



Lit every well 

pence, and 
of nil Ibo 



ThSTocillo Railroad 

Suto giro his belt 



Tho flijrtint; at ChnuDoIloraViliB. 
eleoranii furnishes the following nccono 



I of III 



To our Fatren* aD to Farmers aid Dairymen in 

Tomales and h»U Boyes District, Marin County 
ITe-ir Qui — i. n...—__ . _ . . _. 



regularly 



lo our Journal Col. Preston', P„ Jln ,„, 
Point, Mcjrs. Koyei i Ernie. no a Jir. Dl.. 

Her at ToatSa, will o« f nr „, and ne hope 

"ijfrirnJ. roun.l (Lil .liilricL 






Surf.™ ani Dtton (7n ,^ | BfBtd n 






anil, , 



»"H pa, Ibem well, for we will herald tLt 
eis for and wide. We know those wbo i 
«ir holiness nil) find their interest! wc 
'Died by advertising In Ibe Fnian. 
iizD Qat 




ood on D- 


vis, e 


nd Mr. SielG 


« nn 


El reel, also 


have 


world hop! ; employ 






kmen, and lu 






nf wn 






rmes i Co. 


re la 




rr-n 


noag the ea 


liesl 


to make broo 


i in 




rrfin 






ity mode p 
nt 300 do 


r wc 


k in our eity 
nd the succe 


will 




eolo 


r household g 




wholly slopped 


ho imporlatio 


n of 



■irii with Ibe Internal 
quiet, and general prosperity 
interests or the entire Pacific 
- .- ..J inleresl tli.it will not he grc»t- 

k; nil anr Industrial relations will bo graatly 
;filled ; nn immenso opening for all kinds of 

pcroui market Tor all kinds of prodaco Tor Ibo 
farmer j every article of product will not only bn 

donld thoroughly know (bo effect upon ibelr 
roperty of all kindi by Ibe speedy proocculiou uf 
lis work, and Ihere is do way the farmers and 
ockraifers could enhance Unit value so specdilv 
i (o slep forward nnd suhscrlbo according lo 
leir utility for Ibo Pacific Railroad. The email 
ir cent now required cash, will nol only enable 
em to show their Interest In it, but » —m -tin- 
the world (hat the Jinn do wl 
ork lo go on, nnd that Ihey urn lis I 
ery farmer that en go nnd e ubscril 



ity. The deep, rlefc 



an, wbitc bronm, (he soil should bi 
ighllonm. Oor hard, lumpy soil, 
cd wet, nod leftio lumps, will novel 



ipatlon, nnd thus show 
..-.JWith Ibis grand enler| 
San Francisco county will B . 
ill lo he understood. 




^agno-Vilcing in Etockton 



'"" tlieaiafl", n-uli |ii:,i,.l d ,1,1,1 iabe'ra, voinly endea 
■»"■'• oring to P tay tbeir flight. 

.be arlillery combat continued fiercely i 
Inight, Gen. Hoc' 






lig wagons, and im 
en, and twelve, 
i K !,i. 

• «\ P. Miller, Esq 

Ig wagons, and bo 
Stockton has 



nads of goo 



e teams, [I, 
Bight 



litbs/ 



sryddy 

if tho Ersl lo hnild 
s found in the Union, 
s, than any other BlMci 



nnd black- 
beSiale; 



Pnrenjslng Agency. 

*foraUwbowlshotw» 1 tT^rf,niof(hoaor pi,n arisin P fr °m the feed; besides, Ibo seed « 
^"fJ^'TarocIa rt Bjerch.Ddn D f„ „„. noswer if oot wholly ripe. 






a long, and the bales should he 
not over 100 or 135 pounds. Tbi 
'bould be given in putting up in 
tho broom is dry, otherwise the 



When In Slocklon n visited sctrr„: 
and eiamiued ibo wurk. We saw a n 
leated rockaway, at IVm. iluDWs sh 

ightuod airy, made to move nt pi 
:ould be used for nn open wagon dally, 
he top, nod make n fashionnblo ''go-i 
arrioge. Jm. HuDner made the irue 
tnlbony Brant the wood-work. It Wi 



t be fou 



' ■!■' 






rapondent, daling his lei 



Anutlier Tun 
u undaynvenin t , ... . 
U<" ll «,.rdyront, iha.lher.b.bJ.r. w,:„, i 

idny oighl in cullinga road past his right, 

ot much attention was paid to tho fact. On 
''"■'""" : i-'iiif.l.iy, it ij reporti-d l.y pick- 
ets on [be right or Gen. Silicon's /rent, !bal ivag- 

cre Been mnring nil day [.--—■ 

ind Gen. Sick! 



Ibo 



■ of Juc 



rejected. Uy 

IV'o gath 
il Ibe growe. 
rejoice to herald lb 



I never Take 3pi Bewipaper nnd Brad It without I 



I— mode for Ibo use of the Eldorado Brewery 
. solid aodhijhly finished manner. Tho cost 
this wagon was S]50-could bo used as n 
mess wagon, or converted Into n family car- 
le, and carrying 12 persons. Thcro nro num- 

■ " ' hcc "^ , "'- m ^"'' n "d we were glad lo 

End them all busy. 

Mechanics of all classes are fully employed In 
this county. Wo tisited several stock-forns 
ranches, vineyards, and gardons, ul which* we 
■hall speak hcroaftcr, rrilh^aoles of Insano Uospi- 

lM '"°- y£, 

Celebrations. Em In a—, n , 



a heavy for, 
, anus uisadvai,,:,. i,.|| ; 
)'■ Tiny. I),n. Si t kl B j i 

■: T,v,.(,(y.ibird Georgia 

.-i.Mt, rm J,,,!..,,,'., ,„, 



o'clock In the ovening, slntemhai n. 
attacked the high,, ,., r r . ,^„ '.",; '■ 
.■..rrjm,; (I,,,,, |,y el.lrm, ca'pl^,,,,. ,'»" 
nnd Eigbtoenth Jll^i f .ip,,i r ,,J "" 
company or (be New Urli<„„, \y '."'" 
Icry with eight guns, Inking ov Pr ,,,!,"' „„ 
and Gen. Gibbon planied th s,„J ' f<i% 

Gen'. Sedgwick ^"wkriiZ^TiJ' »42 

or^'^h^oTra^^lf^i^^ 
crllorsvrllc, nn Ibe plank roail 11 '"J'CI 
severe Bgbt with S.irl'a r,hel d | v l, '" F tf l 
iclnforced by Ue, but hn rcpu| Jed ^ *«lts, 

i" between Hooker and Scdjrwick ° iJ?°* '3 
dicidedly with uk. Tbe HoralJ ,,'""' 'O 
-tormlng (he flights of FredericVjh ,."" '*A 
l-t'O killed nnd wounded Tl,,' u- * - J > <' 
p.cdootsaystbebiitUcre.nm^^^'.c; 
a most desperotc affair. The rebels ir , i' 
and superhuman nltnoka nt all nuln. ! w 
repulsed Willi terrific slaughter nA'.^l 
strayed Ihn bridge in Ibe rear of i[ 

<h " eaUo n Richmond Ua C<,D,pleu ' l J' 

Fresh Cotto^s^ 

1 nnfiPorjKDs FitKsnsE-imi". 

A:!i!r:,V ' ' n,n -° n S h ^[. r °\SEKn U .^ 



j ortielo Ho ha. b.-ic.M .1, .„. ."• -in 



i..U-TboCo((oa Iro-n obi, 
fold in Ntw i'ork at 81 70i.or 
•»''" quality. 






Silel'sjVo^irauccessfuNrrr' 1 ' 3 CarpS C ™" 1 ' 

r . , "" ''"--i"! i-n'^.',.uiJiii'," [ jV' i , l 1 ' l 1 ;'.".; 

j- --^.n:Mn.!r gave way, iboisand* throwing 



OOTTOTV- G-xM 

Tboia Hb. .„, w.nl tattoo Ob. (ho P r.„ , 

Tie DonWe-ciUQder Sa w . B „ 

■ -•--'-•s action, and w 
Ibo feodinc rp 

..... ....|..„ lT [be cotton 

" freely frnn il„ .ced. i 



nor 



mtheti 



'"yiv'i^ 



ad the brigades of Cols. BusboecK .,,,., 

.1? 7 , GBn A Slcltl *'> " ho nn| l been tie, 
pnTlion ^ h '. n,iiliam ' 8 *"*""> "(urn 



lusly 



— /. Geo. Lj.van . .... 

the whole of bis army by ibo , 

^^■.■■-■■rd.redauigbt attack 

"'■-"■'* 'Ingiido, aldedby Best's baderr m nn » 
^%u l cc"»fa 1 |, l andt '^^T' ?'* '"" ^"^ 
g n llanty; r reien. l '' n0 """'"* '"^^W.rt™ 
n| Tbo enemy were drlveo hack nearly o .oilo the.,. 
Silurday night oor men slept on tbnir a™. 



Mile »nd a't^ioVi"^ ^"' 



,,-h-l. 



.Cbit, 



<ii. M ... 



Mil do well when In the city 1o call a, M, En! 
^..'s. on CUy street wharf, and el IT, 
"00".!^^?' " " ''""^ ia '" ~ 

It ern'^r*. , , te - BW . D hr °" ! " ori °E of groin, 
"conom W,lh " fel J" an0 



'upply them lo tho verr best art 



before It reqnir. 

ireadvlsoibemtocall.wbeu'in"^^, 
".«r..LewI fiD .t,rick,. t ,heClay 
factory, So. 113 Clay iireel. Kn hnn 

rertising a 
<•' &a-/«ocd OHUm.~V/ t have received from 
7nr - k Co., Oommlsiiion llereb 

...,..» ,ir.;s T:" n r, ""•"■■ 



made manifest in, 


eader. of s. ne™ e 




wttS 


s^aHn^her '"' 


promiseuoo 
», nod afte 


pera of the day, b 


eforeibem, nnd y 




gam an insight In 
of each man by his 


d (he business a 


nd chnracte 


awnkened in what 
or what is nearest 


im. True « the 
e inleresl or eac 
• sol before him, n 


oeedle to th 
h reader b 
ndwillspea 


Mu u artein 1 






Becently, Inconv 
Son Joaquin Dhuric 


ersingwlth a sin 


ngor, In th 


t, after apeaking o 


fall mailer 



VwL 1 wfl0 ""' V • ■heM. P On, 

our ad J i? 1 "*' 1 t "" Dei ' »"d in 



Feu;.; irT^sL^ln':;^ '"; 0dd ^^^t^l^Tr^ 

„ ,r "" Wl < fo ™»^ T«W. buUdia,, 0B '?»plln.en.,i oG ^.V' k „ G "■,^'»?fc .•"» ^ 



chine, ahlcl 

EXCELSIOR COTTOlil-ClM 

if'fJ"! '"T'enpent on the East ft 
iias"M."n™ i" J "' ! 1|,, ° '''"""''■ 
" ! ". , ' ,J -■' '' !■"''"■-:■ cl.nnfreoiibt 
enrmcur I], -kins" Iho fiber, and , 
han the Sow-Qloi, lo its orii-inal ki 

Cotton and other PEESBH, 
r l'^ cmsKRY > geabisgT'asd b 

zurtv n ru , 
■at iho Farmer Office, 



icrly Tortg,.', iai] 
U Mlow. f f0m otw "J^ 

,; ■' ""''■■■■""'■■- A iriomphal 
I. and appropriately tnoltwd. 

of Odd Fellow, over a milo 
■eortod by millUry, marched 
-•-lOlbeSlelr.,,,.,!!,,,., „„..,. 



peraiehanJ. lD . nond fl 
'-"lv frightful. 
'" ^ dl '" J "ml wounded 



0ErTEB4X AOEHTS, Alfrj 

Commission & For\rart 

MERCHANTS, 

602 WASHINGTON STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO; 

UEEKSIAh- STRERT 

NEW YORK. 

ARENTS for , noraW Df M(ini| 



FOR 

AGMCOLTUHALIfflPLEMHtl! 

laor h,ra i),. . , 



WARE. 




So less than KOO,000 bog, werTTTekert in ni,r 

^,.. J »,..,c,.,,L,,:^;,r i " o,h 1 . to „i,- 



1EWIS & DETRICK, 

° LAY STREET BAC FACTOBV, 
»o.USci. r Mrool, 

■"« °«H ™ D„„ m 
'V FRAXC1SCO. 

o Q-rain-IBfiga 
DUNOEE HANd-Vewed 

W "0I, BAGSl"lf0OL BifiSI' 

™ «.»AII,l»U ! , iros pj CD . 



:: i"S;s? 'Ss;Li» D S^£ PMm ' "u*. Mm MD S r Era 
S;,:;j~5 ,«« ; » fcjriii *«■»..« ™.. ,„„„„„ „ 




^T^ B CALIF0BNIAJ^2S1 



—B.rUo^.., chmc.er. Tb* nun-ber of ibis 

**.»rlb . .h, Idling «1W.« b,C« "Ctr.- 
J l1tJ aod J-.lr.-M-n,." "The Fo,. M . 0. .be 

■&.* MUiT," -Tb. CoogrcHmnn, or, I*. 

■fed or tbo Capitol," s poem by n* H rj Mor- 

HRrnll of strung thought, etc. TVo notice in 
. ft ,rilto<i'l Ji-prtrtment « very «/■'"'"' e "''"' 1 - T ' ,n " 

K|u» critical nolico of this journal and one 

HK „ b ptesuinc a response will coma wheo 



Ths Sicbamisto Et-icrtos.— The entire Union 
icltet for cUjt officers wa* successful bj a major- 
ity of o«r two to one Tho Railroad bad "Yes," 
,791 ; "No," 47.4 in tbo city. Tbo country oul- 
de so far as heard from, Rives the railroad 
2S1. Union Supervisors bnve 



bicn'cleciodinitll thedl: 
Mm. Ell 



[titling on ihc Folrero, 
husband, Mr. E. B. Barrett, 
in" three children, Wo boys and a girl, ench 
ichlnir nine pounds. Mother nod children, nt 
e.l accounts were doing well. Tbo happv 
her is orirr«u'.l=u'.''] tin, .klijbt ol tbo liberal 
dispensation of Providence 



^Ru Oil.— A party imposed of L. Lewis, E.P. 

IbCrdT. G.cr^c Gridl-j, and SU-lTio K , b""' J ' ! - 
^■ri.caal oil .print in Column county. Th. 
■fc gashing rroma-craricr, in the sl'le rot*. 

Ta.r rout .i sLuTt 12 f-vi deep, and round the ol. 
■Krg. q n nntltt«. It has been tried, nl burn! 
^H). A company hns been formed In Slnrj-sville 
1Mb an nrtcsinn well trill be bored. 

"HARDEN & FOLGER'S 
CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE, 

■yyincii n.i? .-^.lor, nir. test is A ^; t ™ K 
■ lATUSAL COFFEE FLAVOR AND 5TREN0TH. 

pioneer Steam Coffee and Suite Mills, 

P BSO FRONT BTBBET, 
SAS FRAS01SC0. 11 



A steamer, supposed to ho the FlirriclLaue, had 
me down th« river ul Cltveston. It »M ibougbl 
.( the rebels «vor* trying to raise the Westfield. 
ir fleet off Galveston consists only of four gnn- 



CAUTION 

California and Oregon 

FARMERS. 

rTi° r^l""um|,le™™t°!n C |le Slate, of Clllfor- 
t» and Orepmm:»iii«biifl<.e,»llin(r, ■'"«"-• *" " lB 
[arresting Machine", or Header", inlvoducod Ibis wa- 
in laic- those Slate, by Troldsell A Co.,*I rh-lr j«ni, 
[r.Talmer. Tbarnichioe.. referreJ ton" q-J"o !'"»'- 



INTEENATIONALHOTEL, 

JAOKSON STREET, 
A lew door, .bore Montgomery, «AH F1XASCUO. 

FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING. 

MOST CONVENIENT TO THE 

Steamers' LanfliuRS, Business Streets, 
..r.AHD.... 

Plncea of Amusement- 

OPEN ALL NIGHT. 

Reduction in Prices. 

WARM AND COLD SHOWER BATHS, 

FREE TO GUESTS. 
Thomnrhlv li-nwiied and Wmlr.Fi 



PREMIUMS 

AT THE 



P.iei 



",_■.!:,,( ,T,: 



>hed» 



. Tlp-.'l.l'i 
' 1 (','■'■ hn'r 



to that 



veil t 



,66!, tailed Ibo "Firraor'l Friend," aod area*™ 
Tlngemoot on the Uaino, Fat on t, new owned by i 

■nfrin.-ia^ mir righto. 
Tho machine, «ra mannfieturcd and shipped I 

r^rLi" r^e^irp^t'l e^inTt til bo 
and hence our only roeoorte 1j to ftltow Ihem In C, 

3 lwd Swhu CoerU, the heavy 



iuUic 



THE SPLENDID 

Full Blood Durliam Bull 

MASTER 
BXJT"J?JEItCTJI > s 



nolby.. 
We ibal 



d vlgorftu meajcr 



PRIZE MEDAL 



) V TEM PKKaSCE PR1N01PLE3. 

F. E.WEYGANT, 
Proprietor. 

TBEMONT HOUSE, 

4IB ond 420 JACKSON STREET, 
A fciTdoorv Imlow Hrmlcoin-rj, SAS PRASCISCO. 

The City Railroad Cars Pass the Door. 

The Honro I. wodocted on TEMPERANCE PB1S- 
Cf PL ES. -hlch K eere, Te U nr Onert. QCIET. 

The rrleof f« Board :.!■■! ll'"[Ji. »r« ;-:;■ i;"-!";' 1 ; - 
l.vih-l-iv M-l.I, -i Kect. UK MH.IOir A I'.ILL 
FROM ALL. 




Sl^HfiftlMtwni'il'C'.L.'] I '■ ■J,plr,.T,l I., Kr.'l-.L- 

j MISTER OnrTERCUP 

- , Atwa^'il r mi. '-.1.,! J^ij J It. 1--V- G.H tr Imported yi 

Gn-.ll, . : ..■ I.- , .-I : ^,- :r'-.^ I-, ;"■■■:;'-■ I. i^y Ht- r :. 

SJU,,-, -Ii—IItTH. p. t. :.j ,L II--. .t, 1. 1 T!,fcTJ,. : 

*^' ■:=■".-":•■', -:,: L [. ll ^ r ::;: , ;i";;^ r ^ 



B.4.KRER, IIAWLEI & CO. 

■ iiLisoia, Jaon.ry, le63. S* 



HATNES & LAWTON, 

"\ iMPOBTfiaa of £L 

CROCKERY, aOt 

GLASSWARE. 
FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY, 
CLOCKS, MIRRORS. 
Plated and Britannia Ware, 





F. E 


WEITRAHTT 


Propr. 


Fnr Ibo a. 




n ef my m 


Irene 


1, I have liken 




i.U,, 1,1,0 


















i„_- ... |,u 


Lr i*rL*i'h* 


'!,■ t ,u 


,-UJ., 














10 











GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES 

STANFORD BROS.. 

121, 123 and 125 California street, 
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK 




And will SeU Cheaper than any Honse 
in the State, 

All Kinds of Lamp Stock, 

LAMPS, 

CHIMNEYS, 

WICKS. 
CAMPHENE, 

BURNING FL0ID, 
ALCOHOL, 

TURPENTINE, 
COAJj-OIL, 

KEROSENE OIL. 

COHET JXLUMINAT1NQ OIL, 

SPERM OIL, 

LARD OIL. 

MAGH1NERT OIL. 

RAPK-SEED'OIL. 

CHINA NUT OIL 
LINSEED OIL, Raw ond Boiled. 
POLAR OIL. 

SDAHK'S OIL, 

NEAT3FOOT OIL, 

TANNEU'ti OIL, 
Sit. Sit. Ale. &c. 



M E T> A. L 

AWARDED TO THE 

WHEELER & WILSON 
Sewing Machines, 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 

LO.VDOV, IS62. 

First Class Gold Medal 

WHEELER & WILSON 

SEWITf Gt MACHINE, 

ParU Exhibition, 1SG1. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Are Dn Ivors ally Acknowledge d 

TO BE THE BEST 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES 

IN TJSE. 

NEW IMPROVEMENTS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
3- Coll nnd eiamine before purchnsiog. 

H. W. WADSWORTH, Agent, 

u.i,.,- i|.,,iti:.,v.u-r j- and. ancramtnto nreeU 
BAN FRANCISCO. 



MOWER & REAPER! 

N/ 

ned Aoen.. 12, IBM, and December 1, 19S?. 
In England July SO. 1MT. Improved 1W1. 



1. Tbs oartlairo of tha Mieblno li mounted oo I' 
n'urnboel aod pinion, maliiart tho Machlno .Ironi 
md morn durable than any ilnfflo- geared llaebi 



-- >.oi«ber 

ri.hl or left, tbo mnal -peed of tho knife Is retained 
.d clog-Bine avoided, nnil in turning nnd hieHInn the 

3 The noieht o£ tho Maohino being placed upon 
vo ■rbooli loitead of ooe, tho ^flebioD li nnt ao apt to 
nk on >ofI [roaud, bavini a bearing nirlaca of tea 
.rhuinilcad of six. 

4. Tho weight of the earrlago and gearing at Inched 
i it, is well i! thalof bolhrnkor and driver, is thrown 
Iroctlynponthotwodritin^rrheeHi by which the fol- 
jTtiog advmnUgos »re gained: First— The wheels are 
rovonted from illpplng on tho gronnd, and tbus pro- 

.nd oEclenl stroke to Ibo knlfo Is p rod need, onabllng 
tho Machlno to out any kind of rasa or grain vrllhnot 
diffioulty. Thlrd-Ko violght being thrown on either 
the plntforro or ontlorbir, but that of its own, side .d rift 
dated and tho Slachlno raado to run lighter. 

llo oott-r-bar 'which Invariably nd»pls Itself to Ibo 

on enrfaco cf the ground. ThL, I, the first sumsm- 

fol Maohino lhat over combined this principle, end It ll 

mwt a universally admitted fact among intolll. 

rmenandmoohaulH, that It Is Impossible to eon- 

igood MOWINO MACHINE ntihonl having a 

fleiiblo cnttor-bar and Iwo driving wheels. 

It cnts six feBt wide as a Reaper, 

Pour and a-half feet as a. Mower. 
ITS ADVANTAGES AS A REAPER. 

1. Tho grain Is dolIfered v at tho side of Ihe nlalform, 
mllrely out of tho nay in tho*neit round. 

2. Tho raker rides on tho carriage, nboro his weight 
Wi Incrca-o tho fide draft, and whore ho can perform 
bis work with rout ease, and deliver tbo groin In the 
best condition for binding. 

3 Tho position of tbo raker nod nlaTorm bolng In 
tho roar of tho driving wheels, alt unnecessary weight 
U removed from Ihe necks of tho horses, 
i. It cuts a, swath ill foot wide, and will outone 
:ro peTlour, with one span of bortm, witbool Icjor- 









a Mower in 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

Agents (or Cilifornlo and Oregon. 



JOS. F. 1.111 1>» V, 

Agent. Knna City. 
AUenis for JOKES & HEWLETT, E 



WM. T. COLEMAN & CO,, 

[PPIHQ & COMBLISSIOH MERCHANTS 



DOMESTIC EXCHANGES, 

Hew York and San Pranoisco. 

lized Iron Lift Pumps, 

1 SIZES, 3, 4, 5, and 6 IBCHEB, 
stoctw. San Jong Patent ralves, 

QUtEXTED TO RAISE WATEB 12S FEET. 

CHAS. C. ERNEST, 

STOCKTON. 



DR. KfliOWtES, 

DENTIST 

0. Ill CLAV 9TIIGET, It \IIi-. 
BAS FRAKCISCO. 

Office Hours: Prom 9 A H , to 6 P. M. 



Saddles. 

MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

M.A.N'l-TFAaTTJIiETta 

Wo| and Importers of fiyj3\. 

* HARNESS,* - * 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. 

Hob. 2L4 and 218 Rattory street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



IS 



TERMS OABH 

,WHEN WORK IS 

FINISHED 1 

PRICES LIBERAL. 



tlon and btntfit 
FARMERS and 



understood that at 
stomon will rccel 



o which some 
.ongbwokcer 



rill da well to call on > 
<lng, as tbo rale of Eailem Eiohanj 
offering goods al KEDUOED RATES. 



SUGAR-BEET SEED. 

I OTJPEP10K Stt4 ,.[ ,h« Oeooino Imriurcd Sugir- 
'- 1 L, :•. fur :■.;■. at this '.■!_.■ . 



San Francisco Cordage 
Company. 

po-ISTANTLY ON HAND, A FULL AND COM- 

""cordage. 

Any particolar ilio, Isegih, or dcKriptlun, of Cordage 

MANUFACTURED TO ORDER 
At short notice. ^^ & co 

\ u 6IUnd013Frontttioet. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FAMILY 
SEWING MACHINES 

IVeTT Iinprovemeiits. 

JUST RECEIVED, 

ARE THE ONLY PERPECT MACHINES 

....FOR.... 

STITCHING, 

BINDING, 
HEMMING, 

CORDING, 

QUILTING, 
TUCKING, 
FELLING, 

GATHERING, 

BMBBOIDEHIMO: 

THE HOST ECONOSISCAI. 

Family Sewing Machines 

IIN" TJSE. 



H. W. WADSWORTH, 

AOBNT, 

Cor, Montgomery and Baoramento atreete, 

SAN FRANOISCO. 



18 6 3. 

THRASfflNG MACHINES I 

TI1E UNDERSrQNED ARE XX RECEIPT DIRECT 

rrom Iho Mnnofaotnrors or a BBjrorlor lot of 

QBHUINE 

PITT'S, and G. 01. mssiiLL &. Co'a 

CELEBRATED 

EIGHT AND TEN-HORSE 

THRASHERS and SEPARATORS, 

BOTH BELT AND GEARED. 



....ALSO.... 

-1, 6, lO, and. 13-Horse 

16 and 22-foot Stackers. 

FARMERS are cspoolnlle requostod to call nnd eiam- 
loo hofore purobulng eliewhere. 

DE WITT, KITTLE fit CO., 

9 Sentome street, near Pacific- 



Doane's Hay-Press. 

'p'C !':.i'i..i .r ■ , ,' I. I.lij.ly li„|,v,,v, lL P.VTC'\T 

y |-.:'-i-.l ■ li ,.,„!.■ ■ ,- 1 i:n [.. ,i.- ,:■ iii. y.^L !■' V- - ^'-.1!. ;.,. 



U.E. UOSVABD'a IlONF.r STALL. 



North Point Sock Warehouse, 

Can be procured InThlswoll known Ware how a on tho 

m Bvary faollUl Is ..gorod for storing Whoat, Barley, 
Floor, and other Do mis tie Prudnco. 

Advancos 

Mido on approved Mercbandiie. 

WM. T. COIEMAH A CO., 






86 



THE OALIPOE NIA F A. B, M E It 



litiiit glisrtllanj. 



^ 



IKIES ssonr i 



o heroic gtmcosity or 





cbed 


lh 


o formidable 


' nt](l ultbough 


rre 


bnd made r 


possible f 


r cm 




E It in mfcij 




II. , 




ur last camp n 


wakefulo 


91 Of 


I: 


ess rolled an 


.ndofilik 


C9l0 


In 


mpedo our sic 



Idj.w 



Heralds of a llrn 

Struggling Bptrard fri 
EilentroieaswiBlnKplrll 

From Its dreams or eirtliljear 
Visions; (airy-like Id splendor, 

Finn .■ILtria! on Ibe ilr, 
Wbilo «•»[ FunoJ copir.1 Niton 

Id her pletorcs rich nod ran. 
Eoilb rcjnlclng, lift. !,vr tr.lira 





OD gU 


B 


i nod 


I Ibo 


gbt 


ibem 




BngO 1 










of 










■tile 














On 


ce 




!iu 


band 


nd lis 


cni 






1 in lh- 


be 


ef. 1 








MlMH 










of the 




ceded t 


c 


jralno 


They 


fou 


1 Hi. 




and [il 




catt 


b in 3i 






Si 


ntlj as 


p 


MiulB 


tbey > 




nnded 



and dro 



fords I 



wllb spurs and belli Jingling, roil In union 
wllh wild rrlcs and shoon, throwing fin 
cr>, nod cvidcntlj trying lo ran them ol 
On finding themselves delected, tbey nmdn o 
nil speed, 






Art ll ■ i In ity flowering lUmmer .' 
InUieSi.yorjoyJnstd.wcmg?' 



D wisely in tho spring, 
mid griefs sinter, llilca I 



Spring, on thee, shiD^anDuiDir. 
rtlsnd, Mn, April 1EGI Jr 

Sketches of Mtrant Ufa— No. 
Lluls Meadows, as ii pnl 



i Ihe 






ding 



We arier 



ory, b 






abounding in tule grass 
bald hill; la the dime, 
How far It is affected by tbs'tate of mind in whic 
l[ was Titwed, 1 cannot taj- ; bat a weak. and di! 
rery brillian 
view anything. Bo 



medium I) 



■ngb which t 



camping Bine 



o the i 
II this. 



(Tor the Humboldt, 


asBll who 


ream ibirit, and h 


d the sum 


all had almost call 


d the most 






ii seemed an earn 


st or retnr 




tlfl could 



NEW GOODS I! 

KIRBT, BYENE 8s CO., 

HAVE JUST RECEIVED 

A 1ABBE SUPPLY -OF HEW GOODS. 

Comprising in SILKS, 

taffetas, aaoa dk zuricii, iilack uitoa qrain ; 

BicbMoIro Anliq.ua; 
Facer, Plaid and Plata silks. 

In DRESS GOODS, 



Plain and Fit'd Ottoman and Merino. 

Rioh ull-mwl ri. ..J-. French de LiiDB, 
Mohairs, Eplnjlioe, Fonlirds, 

and every Tirloly of NEW DRES3 GOODS, now at 
in Noir York, Inoloding Ihe popular, 

KOBE IMPEEATKICE. 

Id CLOAKS and SHAWLS, 

Kren thine Now 

in Style and Material. 

In FURS, 

Fur Cloaks, 

For Mas till*', 

> For Ti)i|Hut, 

and Fnr Collars, and CufTs— New. 

....WE HAVE RECEIVED.... 

DIRECT FROM THE JIANUFACTITRERS, 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR OUR TRADE! 

AND HARKED WITH OUR NAME, 

IRISH X.IJME3STS, 

SHIRTIKS LINEN\ 

X.UNTE1J SHBETINQ, 




HORACE WATERS MODERN 

IMPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS 

Full Iron Frame Pianos 

for 6™ jean! Frltc. trum B»i3 lo tUB. 
TK9TrM01!IA1.9: 



THE HOHACE WATERS MELODEOSS 
AND HARMONIUMS 

'!rj ro IMmHSSi' ALEXANDER oniiAiid 
^me^ehurtliB, 8 
K ivATKKS.Aj't. 



THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEt 

Is Now Open for tile Roceptloa of Gney 

T!i1E,"- ™'J°i™""" * 

.,™, r,.i, ;:i» lb" J-'lf.-l l\.\-: II ii,.,., , I ,i '.''l''. 

clllsi ""allian 

READING AND EXOHAHOE EOfjiuj 

A Dram H Telegraph Olu Ce 

Cannnntlns wllh all the linos thrombin! lh. „_,. 
LEWIS Z.ELAXD A (-(, ""1 

Faisnsco, Jinnsrj 1, lea. Pre I"i«lcnL 



ORIENTAL H0TEI^~" 

Comer of Market, Battery, andBajhrtnaj 
SAX FJlASTCISGO. 




Lin en 



And Line 
Addition 



and Napkins, 

n Cambria JJ an dk orchitis. 



a locks of Embrn 
:andre's Kid Gloves, 
Skirls nnd Skirting, 
ing Goods, Flonm-ls, 



me that be had tried lo gctoui of the 
■igbu, and had stopped thera oa the 



ed. The 


nimol soo 


dlfd 




bodj was 


loatcd to e 


nennr 


mooiei 


some of lh 


slock BBS 




Dd va 


onedaj, 1 


conld nnt 






the fecond 




waioi 




a Battened 
















offensiu o 


or. Poin 


eg an 




the gcollemen, tbej 1 


am si 




coosnmptio 


n appeared 


onei 


mlnntl 



told ne wo. on. to ticito the worm. 
Two sislors bad left the Slates to j ( 
bands in California. On the Platte i 
leaTiog three Bmc.1l children; am 
nolber of i«o children, was fe,t ,[ 
eleep which tnoir. no rraking. 1 
wbo bad come not to moot then. 



udoochnl)- 

A gentle, 
bcilnrrhe 
ajropaibj. 

tbeir has- 
! bad died, 



KIBBY, BYENE & CO., 

Xo. t Motil trfnil try. 



le Temple. 



'""."' ""■■• ■"*"■ "»l™"IOHit will i, 

r.nr.lf l„„ K i fll ,in tbn Holel, though "r-nloefraiU. 
ELEGANT SLITS OF KOOMS FUR FAinUB, 

AsuellHSinsleRoomsforTr-- ' - " 
The locallon of thii Hotel is onuii 
Ibe Bnj, and giro ono of Ihe Gi 
itlro ellwand tho inn 



fore the i 



:-. people to c, 

tlleji wiih a 

eo fallible 



I>It. SMITH'S 

Water -Cure and Pnrenologica 

INSTITUTE, 

020 CLAY STRET, bet. Jfontgomcrj £ Kenrnr 

ExaminatioiiB in r egard to Health-, Free 

!n"V&M.DeBt"r a ™ P0 ' b rn ""' n ^ ,tBl0 Medbatl. 

S-r™ R osSgit 5S 






and all t 






He v 



icognilioc 



■J, botweoa Big 
■ Lake or ~ 
of ibe propbos/ ■ 



to mett lovo Bnd bapplnesi, found oalv 

-and deaihl How oftea, amideL Ihn vicl, 

ol this ..range land, have I wondered w 
b 1 er,.l, ! .f n ,. of[WonIO[llD|her| 

The poiiioo or Qi 
and Lit lie Ueadowf, ! 
is buiadiearw Inlflli 
bead or source. Like thi 
man life, It promised f.ir lo Ibe"^^^"!^" ! 
bj- derloos wandorinns beeomc nf,™ . V 
.ilc, n n,iNa,it, ( i Dn ,e I i UD g| oriooi , X u . c " 

a, l.i, I, i. t e ndj . to spread disease and death 
t.ir; li.nJ, ivbil. drcarj d.stru , uce , e j tu 

i». ... ., ki.a..,,, ,.w„j ., ,i, s - 
H..MJ,, , , h .,i .,„, ,„ e „. j, „,„,„.„, 

"'.'™ V . e " nB 1cilIi U '" ' miJ hmiil me in the d 
ling ror pure water; and wl 



out loo 

■ prlng iomeiFo'or I 
tble only bj Bwlmnlng 
(limnlei! ha took a cam 
neck, and ibe firsl Imitna 



nine prcjemed lo king! 
fall; received or bigblj 
watcrj and I .ball nen 



eg, slung it nb 
ob we had of hi 
ting ibo said c 



„, llp ,_.. 

J^^zz^Tidst or bu 

C ooih" D f" ""^ ""° hl ' J "' ,be Ooipel.TaTd ! a 




fttpl lb. benefis, d*. [ -bont. aad furnishes W^ r«U?P»" olC. **"'*- 



THE NEW PATflrOTIC SONG BOOK 
THE HARP OF FREEDOM 

S^SeK pi™ 5 !;* ™*gl,t''™'? '"' f '° aS ' 

BUTH: A SACRED CANTATA 

s^, lafe'JS' "'""' ^ ™^ *" i^™« i ' ta- 
THE REVIVAL MUSIC BOOK 

'»'i" l -',"r, , i ;!| i ' Z.-\['^',\':':'',,!'?'"')]- ''■" '- no1 It rorltai, 
■eg ocopl=, lOceau, |g peMuu. tbi M u ^ :J t J ]( fJ 

THE ATHENJEUJI COLLECTION 



COLDEN EAGLE 

Corner Seventi, and K atieeU, 
SACRAMENTO. 

IlirS HOTEL IS OFFERED TO TUB PtttUOaJ 
a ■■Hnmo r>.- FamllloV and for Ibo Traveler 

Tbo Proprietor haj , P ared neither ommeor 
make bis Hotel ono that shall alwawsbeaccoplil 
pleaiont to all that may favor him with a calL 

Wllbotnplo accommodations by mean, crspstku j 



Enlles of Rooms 
commodotlocs, _ 

■. -iii-u-1 and feel al 



iliconlidon 
1 at Homo. 
Ion will always bn paid la 






"' A ° 18 ' l0 aai from tho Holol lo lha RiUMi I 
■ or IheUntol! " ^toio^nnii^L ""' 

'DnBeledwllh the Tfo.el is a Fire-proer STA613 I 

ill Ibf the caro of Horse, and Crri.jM cftVi I 

rj. ^CALLAHAN. 

I'ROPRIETDi 

ImporlMt lo lis Traveling Pnlllil 
AMERICAbT HOTEL, I 




,?J^I'"'h.d: M U 



^ii"CALIgolll££ ABMEB 




S- W. SHAW, 
JPovti-p.it JPainter*. 

Somber 15, 



PRG9IIII1I 
Marble "OT"o:l?1s- 

P. J- DEVINE, 

Corner of E and Sixth htrssU, 

S .A. O R A. Jul E N 17 O . 

MARBLE 1IAST1.E3, CliATES, MUNIMENTS). 



IltDtU SDil dllfMch, 



id, sod madn la orJor 
of 0RSAS1BNIAL W.'UK dom 



ii low price to thoaewho will rank 


Imnrova- 


mcali daring tbo comloB yen 




TO AGENTS. 




ny person who trill net na Anml, am 


got up no 


















on, pltn.au call go, gr uddieia by mail 


or «prtaa 



CollinsvilleLand Company. 

OFPIOBa 

318 CaUfornia Street, S. P., Cal. 

Eos Ho. 1015 FoatBOffloc: ian" Franouco, 



him. Il Is boped iL 

rlh nod new dtacovcrici mndn, eo IbmCnli 

ny soon be iudtpcoJL-ni of nil lonigp supply, 

r we beliovo out lofty uioontnlns nod our 

"lilily pin.' I'ortais, will m «i« us ibnt supply. 
ud If Iba lubacribcri cap only oblaiu ibo 



11UCKS* [.AMlllir.T, 
tola, Sun 1 racist. 

A Grand Chance, 







nMpWrle. 9 

'■— i-rr.-i.. .. „ ^ 

' 'V: ■■',': .".. ;. "" . 



iinnru yoioa 






•SuS? 1 ' •;,*»■;* 



J"lp« M.. 

ii.li..."".. pj„,; 



Usu «tb. 

BtiUrr, Cil'...^6 



iffltgp.. .. '.1-a ..\v%&b,££? 



ibnrp light. Our 
rbllji ihe rebel. lo.L it 
lUiilcr, nnd 30 priio 
■ ] B hth>ck. Thtobj. 



;itr bnrn.il (be 
bill bod tetrcalrd, 



Ibc RinEi^Iiiinnack nl lln. '..^.. .7° ' ,lcb ' e ' 

«<,JU.,Z,,m„ ,„"„':'",:■ St",,;;, 

lb, rti,b™,„J, nnd ,l,b b,!.,",?,, , Gnrd <""'"' 
bldtJb.rlbUMvHI,. Tbui, „.|,b ib, „,bk™i"? 

;;r™S;',:risirj.tr.?"r 
.1..W., ,i, ■.,:,Vf3', a , , ".l"i,". p „'s: 

•■,.b.t ib, n, i.b,i ,.„, |„ ,i'," r ™ 

■■•ftiulbM'M"?;,""" ""■■ ""•"" 
•'•:■ ,;";,';„" mT..";",,":™'; 1 ,'.,";,*; 
s :":,'.',;• ?; "" '"","' ■ b-,m ' ""■' 

lunlil , ' ' P"8,nH°K bbtnciboi , 
.1 bbmb,» ° nr " lUler J l0 "K"* "" m donb h 



i' ", 1 '!"^ "' 10 ™ snjl l!,nl 



CALLAHAN & SANDERSON, 

WHOLESALE 

Crockery and Glass 

mwiooiai attemtom paid to pun'msn 

BO nOIBL AM) PA, ni . v bjphjjj. 

No. 418 Battery street, 

SA^ FKAJJCI8CO. 

Hei aovai 1 

T)AVIS A WITIIAM b.„ „.„„„. lt , 

DAVIS & WITHAM "*"' 
Commission Merchants 

Hah P»j1.ciic T ° U| 
C?" PinkufM mi.Dii« r»i* . "' 



FuU-blood Merino Slieep. 

Poikd, wUblDgPull-blood HorlnoShM,, „„ 
kttar or nVrZ^rl nTb Lr ""''"r""-' ,0 "" 



Fnll-Blood Durham Stock. 



BALMORAL NURSERY 

Seed and Produce Depot, 

Fort street, Victoria. 




Wool, Hides, and Skins 

_ PmoHaaea ESJ 

At THE HMMST Iijhhe, j^ 
B. J7ETJERSTEIN & Co 
s -"' riu.icisco. 



True Hubbard Squash. 

;::: , '^ ll -.'r:;' l ;:;i;,,,: , ''-;; i -: i ';''*"^; 11 



OAIJPORUIA FJ1.R3MIBB- 

"r!ii f iu"' lU1, '' Po,1 " ora "' ttodl11 ™ 



.,r Ccl ,fl«^" 



n, «. Wi„ T „ p FOrcl B n AgcnM. 

: ^V.:,v l :-> l ' 1 t ':;:-; : '-f- i -'.i ; ' : =-' : ':';V^: 




(volume XIX. 



JIhItRANOISOO. OA^IFOBNIA: FRIDAY MOBNINO. MAY IB. 1BB3. 



NUMBER 12- 



Be Witeift Jtarasr. 



TDBLWHEt) EVEtlY FHIDaT HORNING. 
T I. E. PHILLIPS & 0O. 




crop this yea 1 

lists. "So c 
rested speculators. "No ciop this 
raided is hcirEij. by thus o who know 



trcoj 



log ub 







Horticulture of Japan. 
X, Y. Horticulturist, fee April, jolt received, 
lunl ,| D , BI1 interesting letter from Mr. Thou. 
Hngg, dated Knuagawa, J»P» n . De0 - M i 1BG2 > 

Mead, Esq: After many delays, and tbceud- 
s long sea-voyage, you may readily imsg, 
delic/ht 1 experienced on my arrival here, 
!3d of August, nod Ibo realisation ol long 
ed hopes of viBiiing thit strange laod. It 
out ten dftjs after our arrival oa the coast 
we reached this port, and daring tbat p 



dim 



land, 



i considerable client 
lo land, and sparsely 
is only apparent from 
iviog together io llle 
3 , not of the way of 



with- 



rc seldDt 



the custom of toe people 

vnllejB, nnd sheltered noi 

: !j;in-. v.-[iich ibeir froil h 

stand. 

" Tbesideiof the 1 

tivated with cereal or vegetable crops, but a: 

chiefly planted Triih timber trees, which are car 

fullj cared for by the laws of the country. As v 
cded north Ihe bills become less abrupt ui 
reached the coaii of a large client of let 
ry. Approaching the gulf ol Yedo, ll 
ry agui 



aucOBaBlonVf Garden Flowers. 

persons suppose that 

planted once in the spring. They can ho : ■■•■■ 
■tlnoonsly. Plant 



je Scindopitya in 
eautifol epecimet 



planted o 



sodryweat 



Only ■ 



nontb. The 

the follov 



lie plowing; 

otbye 






mofsis 






. The 



union, rational =; 

quantity of b 






r'y- L 



And i 



■IS, from perfaclly not- 
iltricW, noder a beltei 
onld bare resulted dlf- 

re assume the. aen™ 



will i 



outh 1 



. Theroii e 

teraplnyarn, a fen 

for perfect symmetry of farm, is equai tonn,.mu B 
>ng Conifora f over beheld. It la much cnltl- 
:d bj the Japanese gardeners, and deserves all 

ihnt was said in its praise in the "Gardener's 

The Crypiomerlu is hardly behind either of tbo 
hers for boaoly, nod is certainly one of the Gn- 

.rdihood with yoo. Its dense rfcrk foliage is 
ry conspicuous, though having Yf large ninsses 

iricties of it, some of them quite dwarf, and they 
will take a place with the dwarf Spruces In ornn- 
il gardening. Neither Tbujiopsis dolabrnln, 
■ics Grma is found in any considerable quan- 
tity near here, yet there mast bo large trees of 
them not .cry distent, as well as of tbe Seindo- 
pitya, as I have bad no difficulty in procuriOB 
of them all. . Abies firmn, or A. bifida. 
i is the same thing in a young slate, will un- 
doubtedly prove hardy, as 1 have procured seed: 
wiih other Conifero, from Fosi-ynmn. Thi 
n) it vary nccordiag to the locality it come. 



. The 



E of the 



The great cen 
m, wilb Severn 



iciglibors, which i 
ly to see tbo thiuj 






■,-,-ill I 



covered with 
.1 they requin 



! seed tho less deeply sboold It 
■lb. Snmo seeds are so small 
ily lo bo sprinkled, over the 
gemly pressed into tbo soil, nnd 
tie weather prove very dry, a thin layer 
moss ought to be placed over tbem till 



|Abo Kccc si: 



sadly for Bodily Eternise. 
Tub human body isn wonderful machine. Viewed 
.ulomotically it demands our fullest ndmira-_ 
Ion for Ihe manner in which It performs its 
nrions functions. Man is an automaton ; ho Ifl 
ino not only in habit, but oIbo in thooght ; be !a 
,pl to do as he sees other people doing. It il tho 
liege nf onr people to drink in public to a greater 
ir less eitcnl; it has become a standing joke 
— in. i „., ibat, when friend meets friend, tbo in- 



.,.iable! 

Imblhe. Man Smokes; hoi 
be adopted tbe practice ; thro 
direct physical disturbance, h 
thonrt of drawing in tho fun 
then puffing tl 



o Ihe 






I, this 



Ther 



D fev 



itcds, as Petunia, Horti 
-eighth of an inch 



eptti; those oj 
It Alyl. 



( out one qonrler of on inch in depth ; still Inrg- 
, as Balsam, Morning Glury, Ac, three-quarter, 
no inch ia depth ; and eccds of the largesl 

ipth. They mast he covered with fioely pulvcr- 
ed soil, or leaFWnold, slightly pressed down, anc 
should be kept Sjfderaloty moist by shading, or i 
iprioUliug of water, until they moko theh 
iboulnncinch in hight th' 



from 



st smooth, while tl 



Ls bright Eh in 



itcd. Along ibe 



oenlo valley, 
in Yoba and 



. we shall have a general good crop ! 
more to spare ibnn all tbe shipping i 
will lake away. 



W Abf 



Aaparas°>- 
for Ibis vegelable, 



dwe 
Ire 


dily recogoittd f 
f Fortono's and 


Vcitch' 


lied with 

blisbfcd d 
collection 


WIS 


1 could transpo 


t as they 


stood sore 



sof T 



a, lliu 



s, Osmaatbus, Pod 
4c. Thajiopeis dolabiate has hoeo pi 
I, and perhnps justly, tbo unfsl etergre 
jonntry; but ibe Hvtinoivota may fall 
portion of tba bono: nccorded to it. Tbi 
' 10 species or varieties of n, and il tbey 
piove hardy with you, they will be invaluable oi 
splng variety, similar in nppea 
ping Chinese Arbor Vita;, b 
afthcmoslbeaulifulpenduloi 



vs the largest single s 
As on high ground, o 



Camellia sasnnqua has jn